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The 9 Fastest-Growing Companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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Businesses with rapid and consistent sales growth often make great investments. Here's a countdown of the fastest-growing companies on the JSE.
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The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange was Africa's top-performing market in 2014. Here's a countdown of Tanzania's best stocks.
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Africa's Best-Performing Stock Markets YTD: Tanzania +27.2%, Uganda +16.7%, Kenya +14.6%

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Dangote just slashed the price of bagged cement by 40%. It's stock plunged as a result. Here's why it makes for a compelling investment opportunity.
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Africa's Best Stock Markets YTD: Tanzania +30.0%, South Africa +18.5%, Uganda +14.6%

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Is There Hidden Value in Shares of Stanbic IBTC?

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Shares of Nigeria's Stanbic IBTC bank have had a terrific run in 2014, but the market may still be pricing them at a discount. Godfrey Mwanza shows us why.
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The Botswana Stock Exchange's main index flat-lined in 2014, but many shares posted excellent returns. Here's a countdown of Botswana's best stocks of 2014.
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Tracking down profitable stocks on Africa's Wall StreetsAccording to the IMF, 11 African economies will grow by more than 7.0% in 2015.That's a serious tailwind for the companies doing business there.Over the past three years:the Nigerian Stock Exchange gained 74.3%, the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange soared 103.8%, and the Nairobi Securities Exchange skyrocketed 144.1%.Unfortunately, it's not easy to construct a profitable African stock portfolio...
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What to Make of GSK Nigeria's Big Earnings Drop

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GSK Nigeria's earnings slipped 23% and the stock is down almost 16% over the past 30 days. Are the shares bad medicine or just what the doctor ordered?
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Do Shares of Britam Kenya Still Have Room to Run?

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Britam Kenya is among the Nairobi Securities Exchange's best performers this year. Is its current valuation justified? Here's my take.
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A field guide to African stock exchanges
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Investing In Africa is a field guide to Sub-Saharan stock markets. Your editor, Ryan Hoover, publishes articles three times per week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Stories discuss everything from hot stock tips to the ethics of investing.

Popular recent articles include Five Essential News Sites for Africa Investors, How to Invest in Botswana,  and the Birth of an Africa Investor.

The blog attracts a wide audience - everyone from beginners to old hands.

So, join us as we explore Africa's capital markets!