I don't often make predictions.
And, I simply don't like being wrong…
But every once in a while, the evidence is so conclusive … I simply cannot ignore it.
You see, some four years ago, I uncovered a report which indicated the coalmines that supply Eskom would reach the end of their lives between 2010 and 2020.
And I told investors:
In the next three years, w... ››› Read more
Global markets remain robust with no clear signs of a downturn as volatility slowly declines. Investors are buying even the smallest dip, which has seen the market remain in a bullish phase this past week.
On the currency front, we could see gradual rand weakness over the coming months due to the global interest rates rising.
A Federal Reserve member stated:
"Interest rates ... ››› Read more
Q. “I want to start trading but don't know how to choose a broker. Can you help me?”
The safest way to find a highly reputable broker is to find one that is FSB approved and regulated.
You can do this by looking up the Top 10 Stockbrokers in South Africa. Once you have a list of brokers to choose from, you’ll then need to go to each of their websites... ››› Read more
I've just finished having lunch with one of my contacts at Super Sport.
A real rugby nut head - who always seems to lead the conversation towards the weekend's rugby games.
So much so, we hardly talk about any other sport.
But its this kind of passion and insight that helps me improve my rugby betting.
Out of this discussion, I learnt three things I need to pay more attention to wh... ››› Read more
The time has finally arrived.
This powerful indicator just revealed the JSE is set to rocket to new highs and it's all going to happen in May!
I'm getting three clear signals that there are some serious profits to be made in May and not just on the ALSI but specifically on two retail and two banking companies.
Let me show you what I mean…
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The world's richest and most powerful are buying crypto.
No I'm not talking about…
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
Legendary investor Warren Buffett
Microsoft’s CEO, Bill Gates
Not even the world’s richest person, Amazon owner, Jeff Bezos.
I’m talking about people whose wealth spans hundreds of billions.
Don’t know who I’m talk... ››› Read more
There is only one way to profit from Eskom's Coal Cliff - and SA's energy revolution and that is to invest in these Three Penny Stock Eruptors:
HERE'S HOW TO CLAIM YOUR COPY TODAY Read it and you will discover:
Penny Stock Eruptor #1:
A coal miner that's set to quadruple production and come to Eskom's rescue
Penny Stock Eruptor #2:
The only such business in Africa, with th... ››› Read more
I've often been asked around the office for a sound sports betting strategy that will work time and time again.
But I've got something a little better.
Four tips that every successful sports bettor has applied to their strategy.
These four tips will not only help you in developing your strategy, but improving it as well, as you become more and more experienced in the art of sports bett... ››› Read more
Now that I've revealed the most profitable trading pattern I've ever come across in the past 15 years of trading.
(Make sure catch up here, if you haven’t read the previous article)
I promised, I’ll be sending out profitable trades based on this pattern alone.
I showed you how the Cup of T pattern works, what to watch out for and where to get in and out.
... ››› Read more
On 4 May 2018 RECM and Callibre (JSE: RACP) announced that it is offering to buy out investors in Astoria shares (JSE: ARA).
Astoria shares traded at R11.71 that day, and RACP offered R13.50 per share.
That's a quick 15.3% gain investors can make, nearly instantly.
But is this a good deal, and should investors accept it?
SA’s new energy law could help make you 120% in the n... ››› Read more
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