The stock market may be forgiven for schizophrenic impressions of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). The company’s products save lives, are entirely dependable, and many are gentle enough to use on the new born. However the marketing of JNJ is like the behavior of a ferocious dog, giving no quarter to any competitor!
Growth Funds – Growth Funds are aggressively managed Mutual Funds that are directed by the fund manager to invest in promising new companies and/or companies that appear to be poised for rapid growth. As there is an added risk quotient to growth funds, they are typically bought by younger investors as opposed to those nearing […]
Africa's stock market has certainly seen extensive growth in recent years. The number of Stock Exchanges in Africa was boosted from 10 to nearly 18 between the 1990s and 2000s. African stock markets are located in South Africa, Botswana, Egypt, Côte d'Ivoire, Mauritius, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Morocco, Namibia , Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia, Tunisia and Uganda. From the ...