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  1. To support economic recovery, government will not raise any additional tax revenue in this budget. The personal income tax brackets and rebates will increase above the inflation rate of 4 per cent. Government will increase excise duties on alcohol and tobacco by 8 per cent for 2021/22. Inflation-related increases of 15c/litre and 11c/litre will be implemented for the general fuel levy and the RAF levy, respectively, with effect from 7 April 2021. The UIF contribution ceiling will be set at R17 711.58 per month from 1 March 2021.
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  2. Budget Tax Guide 2021.pdf2021-Full-Budget-Review.pdfBudget 2021 Estimates Of National Expenditure.pdf
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  3. Never heard of it. For a high frequency trading bot I have setup Hummingbot which is created by traders for traders, and is open source and created with python. You can run it on your PC, or what I did was setup an instance on Amazon that can stay on 24/7 and trade. Hummingbot can connect via API to all the big exchanges, and I also have it setup to connect to ice3 locally. You can do Pure Market Making, Cross Exchange Market Making, Arbitrage etc. all the usual stuff. There is a bunch of great youtube videos by the guys who made it where they show you how to use its features. Check it out here: https://hummingbot.io/
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  4. Simon Brown always says that before you buy any stock, you should clearly be able to give three reasons why you want to buy the stock, and be prepared to stay in the trade for as long as those conditions are valid. If you can give three compelling reasons, and there are no cautionary announcements on the stock, sure, go ahead and buy the stock. However, with any penny stock, it wouldn't be prudent to buy than 10% of your shares portfolio. Otherwise it's no different to gambling.
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  5. It's that time of year again - albeit a very unusual year! So my personal top five stock pics for next year are as follows (in order): #1) DGH (Distell) - This one's share price has been hammered by the lockdowns and stocks are dirt cheap. But drinking never stops and eventually, sales and profits always return. This company is also huge and very resilient. If I had to choose just one stock for the coming year, it would be this one. #2) APN (Aspen) - With an agreement to produce a COVID vaccine, the exposure to this company should be massive once they begin production. #3) PPC (PPC Cement) - This one is tricky, because they have a significant debt problem to solve. If they fix their debt problem, they could be at R6.00 by the end of 2021. If they don't, they could be at 60c. But this year has been fantastic for the company. They have increased profits and reduced debt considerably. If they keep it up, good things are in store for this company. #4) DCP (Dischem) - Dis-Chem has launched it's new innovative Clinic Connect - a nurse-led healthcare system where nurses take your vitals and symptoms etc., and can video-chat a Doctor for a script should one be required, with clinic visits being substantially cheaper than Doctor visits, and you can still get a prescription. If this takes off, this could do wonders for the group. #5) SSS (Store-Age) - Largely unaffected by COVID, because people who rent storage keep renting the storage, even during tough times. With a dividend yield at over 8% and good financials, this one is bread and butter, even through terrible times. Other notable mentions: CML - Coronation L4L - Long4Life CPI - Capitec DSY - Discovery SRE - Sirius
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