It’s the start of the month and at the end of last month as part of the Revix service, they do something called a rebalance, but what is a rebalance? Sean Sanders explains it all in this episode. Also find out how rebalances help investors, and what’s next for Revix after their risk-free promotion last month.

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It's a busy week as the US Fed cuts interest rates. Trump imposes an additional 10% trade tariff on $300bn worth of Chinese goods. Meanwhile back at home, the boardroom brawl continues between Old Mutual and Peter Moyo, Eskom reports a R20.7bn loss for the financial year, and the Rand plummets to close Friday at R14.76 against the US Dollar - after trading with a 13 handle just a week ago. And Woolworths reports rather disappointing results.

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Ever wondered why you should sign up for Revix? Sean Sanders explains the benefits of Revix and what sets them apart. Only three days left for you to cash in on Revix’s special offer: Buy any crypto bundles in July and Revix will guarantee your investment for an entire month!

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CPI inflation came in again slap bang in the middle of the SARB’s target range. Eskom gets an additional bailout of R59bn, and the chickens are already coming home to roost as Fitch kept our credit rating stable, but downgrades the outlook from stable to negative... and Moody’s warns that government debt is now at dangerous levels.

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This week we’re talking Libra Coin. Sean Sanders unpacks Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and why it's set to be a game-changer. The US government however, has different views. Brought to you by Revix.

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It seems like the markets are not loving the renewed talks of China/US trade wars and the seizing of the British “fuel smuggling” tanker by Iran in the Strait of Homuz. Anthea explains that, as well as sharing the good news of the SA Reserve Bank cutting interest rates and Ford committing to creating 1,200 new jobs as they ramp up their new plant here in SA. She also reports on EOH, Pioneer Foods and PepsiCo. To wrap things up, she discusses how Netflix has fallen 12% in after-hours trading on Wednesday after indicating that it had lost subscribers in the US for the first time since 2008.

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The idea of emigrating comes with many questions. Thankfully, EB-5 expert Dan Wycklendt from FirstPathway Partners has some of your burning questions covered in this interview with Gareth Cliff. FirstPathway Partners helps foreign investors become United States Citizens through the Department of Homeland Security Immigrant Investor (EB-5) program. Dan eloquently discusses your options for emigration to the United States through investment here.

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The market is swinging in all directions while the Rand is constantly flirting with the 13 handle to the USD, but can’t seem to settle on this figure. Woolworths releases a trading update which is in line with what was expected. Health is important and FNB’s banking app now rewards good well-being. The CEO of the Stringfellow Group hands himself over to the police in Honeydew, following allegations that he may have misappropriated hundreds of millions in client funds. Plus, more on Richard Branson’s space-tourism venture, Virgin Galactic.

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Sean Sanders chats diversification and why we should do it. It's Risk-Free Investment Month with Revix, all the details around that are discussed in this episode.

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With Gareth away, the rest of the team take up this week's finance conversations with Anthea, starting with a look at trading volumes and US non-farm payrolls. Congratulations go out to Christine Lagarde and Phuti Mahanyele-Debengwa on their new positions. Anthea then unpacks Eskom’s debt for government bonds or ring-fencing it in a special account, before giving details of escalating battle between Peter Moyo and Trevor Manuel. She wraps things up by helping a listener find out more about Karatbars.

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