As we predicted, the S&P500 reached a new all-time record high on Thursday 21st October 2021 at 4549.78. This officially means that the correction that it was going through is over. That correction took the index down to a closing low of 4300.46 (on 4th October 2021) – which is a 5,2% decline from the cycle high of 4536.95
In our opinion on Hulamin, last updated on 3rd September 2021, we noted “What is noteworthy about this share is that it has a net asset value (NAV) which is more than 3 times its current share price making it a possible takeover target”.
On Thursday last week the company issued a bland “cautionary” notice
Calgro used to be the darling of the institutional investors. Every fund manager in South Africa was buying the share and it rose dramatically from as little at 50c in February 2011 to an intraday high of 2275c on 11th August 2015. At this point it had a market capitalisation of R2,8bn and was trading on a price:earnings (P:E) ratio of
The S&P500 is in a correction which began after 2nd September 2021 when it made an all-time record high of 4537. Since then, it has fallen by as much as 249 points to an intra-day low of 4288 on Friday (1/10/21). This correction has taken 20 trading days and amounted to 5,4% at its worst. There are a variety