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JSE stocks pick 2019
An unusual pattern has developed in the market since 2016 wherein stocks that yielded the best returns were among the best in the subsequent year, that pattern carried over into 2018 and from all indications will do the same for at least one in 2019; Pulse is still not fully priced and will remain on the list for the fifth consecutive year.
Jan 2, 2019, 12:18
Palace shareholders not amused
Palace Amusement listed on the JSE (Jamaica Stock Exchange) in 1973 with 1,342,000 shares and has increased its issued shares by 95,000 units in 45 years to the paltry sum of 1,437,000
Nov 11, 2018, 02:04
Clarkes on the wrong foot
The Roman satirist Juvenal, commenting on the limited desire of the Roman populace said “two things only the people anxiously desire bread and circuses”.
Mar 31, 2018, 10:32
KAT with Mine Lives
Investor’s negative response to the mining tax is baffling.
The Bauxite Levy imposed by Michael Manley government in Jamaica in 1974 offers some useful insight into the likely outcome of the new mining tax in Congo
Mar 11, 2018, 13:23
Employee share ownership, a path to wealth (Updated)
The employees share ownership plan (ESOP) is one of the best ways to align the interest of employees and employers, but far too often employees sell their holdings for short term gain.
Feb 4, 2018, 22:27
JSE stocks pick 2018
The markets did not generate the level of returns we saw in 2015 but like last year some of the best performers in 2016 were top performers again in 2017
Jan 1, 2018, 12:27
It is unfathomable that investors could one day purchase a security at market price and the next day be faced with a demand to tender to an offer, made in private, undisclosed and predating his/her purchase at a greatly reduced price (haircut).
Jan 22, 2017, 09:52
JSE stocks pick 2017
The Junior market was the place to be in 2016 average price appreciated by 44.82% compared to the main market appreciation of 27.60%.
Jan 1, 2017, 10:51
For financial year 2012 PIL changed auditors from KPMG to BDO; it also significantly improved on the timeliness of filing its quarterly and annual reports with the JSE. In fact, the first quarter 2015 financials were filed ahead of the due date.
Dec 13, 2016, 22:22
Finance Minister, Mr. Audley Shaw doubled the special consumption tax (SCT) from JA$7.00 to JA$14.00 per litre and has not spent a dime to purchase any contract; the SCT was siphoned off to pay for his party’s election ticket.
Dec 12, 2016, 00:44
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