How Shareholders Benefit From Stock Buybacks

A stock buyback (or share buyback) is a process whereby a company buys its own shares on the stock market. Buybacks are a sign that a stock is undervalued in the eyes of the company’s management.

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Day Trading Vs Value Investing

Simply put, Day Trading is the act of buying and selling shares within a single day in order to make a profit whereas Value Investing is the act of analysing a business, identifying the value of the business, and buying the shares at a price below that value. 

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The PE Ratio Explained in Full

The PE ratio is calculated by dividing a company’s stock price by its earnings per share or EPS. The PE ratio is relative and can be misleading at times. 

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Lumber Depot Lists on the JSE

Lumber Depot Limited, the newly incorporated company that previously operated as a segment of Blue Power (Jamaica) Limited will list

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MailPac Group IPO Analysis – Caribbean Value Investor

MailPac Group Limited was incorporated in September of 2019. As mentioned earlier, at this point, the company took over the assets and liabilities of MailPac Local.

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7 Terms Every Investor Should Know

In this article we want to cover 7 of the most common terms you are going to see in articles related to company earnings. These are terms that all investors need to know.

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The Benefits of Unit Trusts

A unit trust is a pooled investment plan. Unit trusts provide investors with an opportunity to build their wealth by

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Using the Moving Average to increase returns

The Moving Average (MA) is one of the most popular indicators within technical analysis. It works by taking the last X days price action to make an average…

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What is a Stock Split

A stock split is a division of a stock or share into two or more additional stocks or shares. When a company does a stock split, the number of shares that the company has increases by a factor.

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