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2019-07-23 13:56 The rules that bind us If we are to move our economy forward, we need to break free from antiquated laws that are restricting the growth of our industries.
2019-07-04 10:24 Why the series you binge-watch could affect the next election A recent study reveals that the media we consume has serious psychological consequences. And the poorer the quality of what we watch and read, the more dire the effects
2019-06-20 10:56 Why South Africans are emigrating and what to do about it Yes, many South Africans are leaving the country. But emigration is not only a South African phenomenon. It’s a fairly normal global trend and South Africa can benefit from it.
2019-06-04 15:08 Why you’d want to be the neighbour of an African president A recent study shows that Chinese investment in African countries is often used to create infrastructure in a selective manner. This can prove detrimental for many of a country’s citizens.
2019-05-21 08:59 How to permanently escape poverty A prominent school of thought suggests lump-sum cash payments, or even a job, as a means to assist those living in poverty. But recent research suggests neither of these offer a permanent solution.

Why Eskom is unfixable 2019-04-01 14:53 In March, South Africa experienced the worst period of stage 4 load shedding yet. Eskom’s debt is out of control and President Cyril Ramaphosa’s proposed break-up of the state-owned enterprise wo ...
Rebel with a cause 2019-03-28 09:10 Anyone who questions the implementation of a minimum wage in South Africa will be met with fierce opposition. But the merits (and demerits) of such legislation require broader debate. Even if thi ...
How celebrities can save your life 2019-03-18 14:23 A recent study has shown that when celebrities endorsed a measles vaccination campaign in Indonesia, it actually made people immunise their children more.
Why trade policies matter 2019-02-25 14:09 Protectionist trade policies may have worked decades ago. But if we want to improve South Africans’ economic well-being and participate more productively in the global economy, we need to liberal ...
Can Cyril kick corruption to the curb? 2019-02-14 10:11 Although it's early days (and Eskom's shadow looms), President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation address contained important announcements that will be game-changing for our economy and gover ...
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Why you always need to stick to your strategy

Aug 14 2019 13:14

Investors are humans too – which means emotions can influence one’s trade decisions. Maintaining discipline is key in helping you to avoid making those emotionally driven mistakes.

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