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You’re almost certainly – no matter what you believe - crap at investing

You’re almost certainly – no matter what you believe - crap at investing

Data shows that almost everyone sucks at investing, says Warren Ingram. Here's how to avoid shooting yourself in the foot.

9 tough questions you should never be afraid to ask your financial advisor

9 tough questions you should never be afraid to ask your financial advisor

Times are tough. Don’t spare her feelings! You must ask these questions of your advisor, implores Galileo Capital's Warren Ingram.

3 best JSE shares to buy this week (by 27Four)

3 best JSE shares to buy this week (by 27Four)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield asks Nadir Thokan (Investment Analyst at 27Four) what he’s buying right now.

Pay up to 45% less tax by investing in a small business (Section 12J incentive)

Pay up to 45% less tax by investing in a small business (Section 12J incentive)

Dino Zuccollo of Westbrooke Alternative Asset Management answers 12 FAQs about the Section 12J tax incentive.

13 random thoughts on living a happier, less materialistic life

13 random thoughts on living a happier, less materialistic life

702/Capetalk's Kabous le Roux shares 13 thoughts he has on being less materialistic and living the good life right here right now.

3 best shares to buy right now while the JSE is recovering (by FNB Securities)

3 best shares to buy right now while the JSE is recovering (by FNB Securities)

Chantal Marx (Head of Research at FNB Securities) shares her stock picks of the week on Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show.

How to retire (or stop working for money) by the age of 40

How to retire (or stop working for money) by the age of 40

Warren Ingram recaps the principles “supersaver” Julia, a young client of his well on her way to financial freedom, is following.

How to buy your first share (even if you only have R50, or less)

How to buy your first share (even if you only have R50, or less)

Got R50? No? Got R5? Personal finance expert Warren Ingram on how to buy shares with tiny amounts of money.

Why women must be far more careful with their money than men

Why women must be far more careful with their money than men

Ray White talks to personal finance guru Warren Ingram, who reckons women should take financial planning more seriously than men.