The Rand took a hit today so I happened to look at the ZAR vs USD chart. Noticed some very familiar price action. A lot of it looks like what BTC is doing.
ZAR vs USD:
BTC vs USD:
If this were to keep repeating, BTC would go a little higher to between $9600 and $10500, then drop to around...
Yeah I don't know why people think land = wealth. Only if you sell it but that's a once-off. Yeah you can avoid paying rent but you still need to eat/live. Way better to educate yourself and get R50k a month whilst paying R10k rent instead of living on some shitty un-maintained piece of...
Yeah it was never about just farms since that would only affect like 0.01% of the population. ANC has always mentioned they are doing this for their people and that their people can't wait for land any longer.
If it was just farms and the 0.01% then this whole massive process would just be a...
Hey we're making this change and you have one week to comment.
Due to this sneaky change the whole committee should be disbanded and the process/talks start from scratch again as any commentary on the proposed bill changes is now moot.
Think one of these regions will be targeted in the next couple days. Lots of intersections of resistance/support.
Dump also started exactly at daily start today so the plan could be to pump tomorrow (whilst bots etc. sell) after painting a big red daily today.
So what's the difference?
With RET the plan was to nationalize stuff but they didn't. So with this new plan they don't plan to nationalize stuff, so they might still anyway? The plans and actions don't seem to correlate.
Just did a quick google because I don't follow cricket anymore. This dude actually had a bad start to his career but look a the last 5 months. Top test batsman in the world based on recent performance. That average is actually going up...
I'm not going to argue or try to convince you as you seem to have made up your mind. Maybe read up about how income levels affect fertility rates all over the world.
eg. Article: https://www.stlouisfed.org/on-the-economy/2016/december/link-fertility-income