Sage Capital Advisors Limited

Sage Capital Advisors Limited

Sage Capital Advisors Limited (SCA) is a Ghanaian wealth management company licensed to provide world-class fund management, private equity, etc.

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18/06/2018

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29/01/2018

INVESTING TIP #18: ADD SOME HIGH DIVIDEND PAYING STOCKS
Many investors concentrate on building up dividend portfolios and there's a good reason why.
The companies that consistently pay high dividends are a good option for investment, as they provide you a steady amount of income, and also have the potential for growth. Even if the share price doesn't go up every year, you still make money by way of dividend. Use high dividend yield, percentage of dividend compared to its price, to pick up shares.

25/01/2018

INVESTING TIP #17: LOOK FOR HIGH PROFIT MARGIN STOCKS
Successful businesses make money. And one way to tell if a company is going to make money is by looking at their profit margin.
A company that consistently delivers high profit margins is a good buy. A higher profit margin indicates the company is more efficiently run with lower operating costs and higher revenues. The company’s good performance and high profitability are expected to yield higher growth.

18/01/2018

INVESTING TIP #16: PREFER DEBT FREE COMPANIES

Debt free companies usually make sound investments.
Companies that have no debt cannot go bankrupt. Look for debt free or below-average debt-to-equity ratios. Avoid highly over-geared; a company with low equity and high debt. During bad times such companies may face difficulties in servicing debts. Market rewards companies with little or no debt while punishing those who piled up large debt on their books.

17/01/2018

INVESTING TIP #15: BUY SHARES IN CASH-RICH COMPANIES
When you're choosing investments it's crucial that you look at a company's financials. One indicator of a healthy company is high cash reserves.
Invest in companies with good cash reserves .A company with a strong cash position generally reward its shareholders with high dividends, bonus shares and buyback of shares. Shares of cash-rich companies face less downside risk.

08/06/2017

INVESTING TIP #14: STICK WITH MARKET LEADERS
A few weeks ago we talked about the importance of choosing market leaders over laggards. What we didn't talk about was pruning poor stock picks from your portfolio.
Review your portfolio periodically, say once in a year or two, and prune nonperforming assets. Continue to hold market leaders. Don’t get emotionally attached to your shares. Keep Leaders, Not Laggards in your portfolio.
If you want a winning portfolio don't underestimate the value of reviewing your investments and eliminating your poor assets.

Credit: The College Investor

08/05/2017

INVESTING TIP #13: BUY LEADING STOCKS, NOT LAGGARDS
A leading stock will outperform or at least keep up with the market. A laggard will underperform.
Look for high-growth companies that stand out among their peers in an industry or the whole market. A leader is not necessarily the biggest company in its market. Compare their financials, profit estimates, and long-term growth. William J. O'Neil, the founder of the Investor's Business Daily, advises buying market leaders, not laggards.
Do plenty of research before picking a stock or talk to Solangè Capital Partners for expert advice. And remember, bigger companies are not always better. Buy leading stocks.

Credit: The College Investor

20/04/2017

INVESTING TIPS #12: ACCEPT YOUR INVESTING MISTAKES
You're only human. All of your investing choices are not going to be 100 percent right, all of the time.
All of your purchase decisions will not be always right – that's a fact. But it's always hard to admit that your purchase was wrong. Don’t allow your emotion to stop you selling such shares to avoid further loss. Don’t wait the market to revisit your purchase price. William J. O'Neil, founder of the Investor's Business Daily, advises to cut your losses at 8% below the purchase price.
Be willing to accept your investing mistakes. Doing this will save you a lot of money in the long run!

29/03/2017

INVESTING TIPS #11: INVEST IN THE COMPANIES THAT CONSISTENTLY BUY BACK THEIR OWN SHARES

One piece of criteria you can look at when choosing stocks is for companies that consistently buy back their own shares. This is a good sign.

Many good companies reward their shareholders through share buybacks besides regular dividend. As it reduces number of shares and enhances earning per share, the buyback has a positive effect. Companies that buy back their own shares have proved to be good stocks to buy.

When thinking of investing for the long term know that company buybacks is a good thing!

28/03/2017

INVESTING TIP #10: KEEP SOME OF YOUR PORTFOLIO DEFENSIVE
The best sports teams excel at both offense and defence. Your portfolio is no different. If you want to be successful, you need to be able to find winners, but also protect yourself from huge losses.
The key is to add some defensive shares that are comparatively immune to recessions and economic slowdowns. Look for a company which fulfills basic needs, such as food and health. The consumer demand for their products or services is likely to remain intact even during difficult economic times.
Investment in defensive stocks is considered relatively secure, less volatile and gives steady returns over long run. Plus, many pay dividends!
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24/03/2017

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INVESTING TIP #9: INVEST IN COMPANIES, NOT STOCKS
Whenever you invest in shares of a company, think that you are buying a business, not a stock. Graham and Warren Buffet, two great investors, emphasize that there is no difference between buying a business and shares in a business.
When you buy a share of a company, you become an owner. However, you're a silent owner. So you need to make sure that you're comfortable with what the business does, how it operates, how it makes money, and understand how the management makes decisions.
So, keep in mind that below every share of stock is a company that should be making money!

24/03/2017

INVESTING TIP #9: INVEST IN COMPANIES, NOT STOCKS
Whenever you invest in shares of a company, think that you are buying a business, not a stock. Graham and Warren Buffet, two great investors, emphasize that there is no difference between buying a business and shares in a business.
When you buy a share of a company, you become an owner. However, you're a silent owner. So you need to make sure that you're comfortable with what the business does, how it operates, how it makes money, and understand how the management makes decisions.
So, keep in mind that below every share of stock is a company that should be making money!

23/03/2017

INVESTING TIP #8: DON’T BORROW MONEY TO INVEST
If you want to invest in the stock market, you need to do it with your own money – don't borrow money from others to do it. Or, don't borrow money from yourself to do it either (like using a credit card).
Avoid any instrument over-geared to make money. Don’t invest in market using borrowed money, especially if you are a new investor. Any adverse market fluctuations may force you to sell your position and you could owe a lot of money.
Simply get started investing from your savings – that's it!

09/03/2017

INVESTING TIPS #7: DON’T FOLLOW THE PACK
One of my favourite Warren Buffett quotes is, “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.” It's one of the mantras I live by and it has helped me be very successful while investing – I bought some of my biggest winners during the peak of the 2007 financial crisis.
The goal should be to buy when others are pessimistically selling and sell when others are greedily buying.
In the wonderland of investment, courage is the supreme virtue backed by adequate knowledge and sound judgment. The time of maximum pessimism is the best time to buy, and the time of maximum optimism is the best time to sell.
It can be hard to do, but put your emotions aside and do your research.

07/03/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #6: INVESTING IS NOT SPECULATION
One of the biggest mistakes that outsides make is thinking that all investing is gambling or speculation. Nope – it isn't. But not so savvy investors can treat it like such and will fail.
Avoid making investment decision based on short-term market movements’ predictions, rumours, and gossip.
Fisher, a great investor, warns buying a company without having sufficient knowledge of it may be dangerous. You need to do your homework. You need to think about every investment you make as you personally investing as an owner of the company. Would you buy the company if it was a local shop? Think of it that way and invest, don't gamble.

03/03/2017

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02/03/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #5: KEEP AN EYE ON VALUE
Growth investing is fun, but value investing is where many of the most successful investors made their money.
Focus on value investing in companies that have sound fundamentals. Look for the companies that are worth more than their market value, invest in them and hold the investment for long term.
Benjamin Graham, known as father of Value Investing (and the mentor of Warren Buffett), says over the long-run, performance of both the company and its share price generally matches. So, take advantage of short term fluctuations or bad news, and use that to profit over the long run.

01/03/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #3: INVEST IN HIGH QUALITY GROWTH COMPANIES
There are two main investment styles: value and growth. Being a growth investor focuses on companies that are poised to grow over time. One of the most famous growth companies in history is Apple (Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana) Others include Google and Amazon. These are companies that have grown over time. The trick for investors is to find these companies when they are still infants.
Pick up the companies with that offer strong brand names with competitive advantages. Many of the most successful growth companies are ones that redefine industries or create new ones altogether.
Remember though, growth companies carry risk, so be warned.

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28/02/2017

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28/02/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #4: DIVERSIFY, BUT NOT TOO MUCH
It is essential that you diversify your portfolio – it's one of the best ways to ensure that you portfolio grows on pace with the market over time.
You should diversify in different assets classes. Diversify but don’t over diversify in same asset class, which usually cancels out all potential gains. A good example is owning a stock like Apple, but then owning the NASDAQ 100 index. Apple makes up a large part of that index fund, so you're not really diversified (plus, the NASDAQ is mostly tech, like Apple).
Invest in different assets classes such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, bank deposits, gold, forex, real estate and other instruments. And, even within an asset class, say stocks, go for good quality companies.
Philip Fisher says “I don't want a lot of good investments; I want a few outstanding ones.”

27/02/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #3: INVEST IN HIGH QUALITY GROWTH COMPANIES
There are two main investment styles: value and growth. Being a growth investor focuses on companies that are poised to grow over time. One of the most famous growth companies in history is Apple (Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana) Others include Google and Amazon. These are companies that have grown over time. The trick for investors is to find these companies when they are still infants.
Pick up the companies with that offer strong brand names with competitive advantages. Many of the most successful growth companies are ones that redefine industries or create new ones altogether.
Remember though, growth companies carry risk, so be warned.

20/02/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #2: INVEST FOR THE LONG TERM
Investing is designed to be a long term endeavour. If you want to trade, you hold for the short term. If you want to invest, you do it for the long term.
Holding period for a stock may be forever. Warren Buffett is famous for saying, “I never attempt to make money on the stock market. I buy on the assumption that they could close the market the next day and not reopen it for 10 years.” By this, he's saying that he wants to buy good, solid investments that will pay off over the long run.
Ignore short-term fluctuations. Patience is the key to investments. When Buffet buys a stock he buys it with the view of holding it for life. When you invest in the stock market, think for long term and not quick gain through trading.
Contact SolangèCapital - 0302-225-010

15/02/2017

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13/02/2017

DAILY INVESTING TIP #1: START INVESTING EARLY

The sooner you start investing the better. By investing early you allow your investments more time to grow. Money has time value. Money earns and grows with time. Money grows with the power of compounding. Don’t waste your time and start investing today.
Remember, the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time to plant a tree is today!
Contact SolangèCapital Partners on 0302-225-010

17/01/2017

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