Tag: investing

Why Warren Buffett believes most people shouldn’t pick individual stocks, this what they should do instead…

Investing legend Warren Buffett wants you to keep it simple and trust index funds when it comes to investing your money.

Our top share picks for the brave investor: Finding opportunities in times of adversity

“In times of extreme market volatility (and corrections), it is often unnecessary for investors to look far down the quality curve to find attractive opportunities that will generate significant returns in future. This is oftentimes the correct strategy as those economic uncertainties causing market volatility can have far more dire consequences for lower-quality businesses,” writes Stephán Engelbrecht, Fund Management.

Experts share their best advice for making your first investment

It’s easier today than ever to invest; new technologies and a host of digital wealth managers have opened up entry into lower-risk investments from anywhere in the world. CNBC Make It spoke to some experts to find out their top tips for getting started.

This Nigeria-based tech start-up seeks to reduce barriers in cross-border investing

Nigeria-based tech start-up, Chaka is seeking to break down barriers to investing. CEO of the company, Tosin Osibodu joins CNBC Africa for more.

Op-Ed: Agribusiness: Africa’s new investment frontier

Africa’s agribusiness sector is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2030, so there is certainly cause for optimism. Consumer demand for food in Africa is growing at an unprecedented rate. But what is fueling this growth?

Op-Ed: Why global and Pan African investors need to set their sight on the 2019 #AfricaInvestmentForum

2019 will be one of the defining moments in Africa’s investment landscape. Bigger, bolder and more ambitious projects await delegates and investors as we prepare to kick off the second edition of the Africa Investment Forum.

Ghana’s construction industry is lively but it cannot afford to remain stagnant and uncompetitive

In 2016 and 2017, construction contributed 13.7% to Ghana's GDP. It remains among the fastest growing of the 21 sub-sectors of the economy, according to Ghana Statistical Service data and it employs at least 3% of the labour force.
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