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  • The secret to long-term wealth…
  • Investors will search high and low to discover the real secret to what generates wealth in the long term. Today I'm going to tell you the answer is simple. Professor of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania and well-known market commentator, Jeremy Siegel did a comprehensive study to discover the best investments over 188 years. And what he found proved, that one particular asset outperformed the rest for nearly two centuries. In fact, one dollar invested and reinvested in this one asset since 1802, would have accumulated to nearly $1 million, by the end of 1990. Hypothetically, this means $3 million invested and reinvested would turned into an incredible $3 trillion - nearly equal to the entire market cap of the US stock market in 1990. I think it's safe to say this asset is the ultimate way to build long-term wealth. Let me explain...... ››› Read more
  • [29 August 2016]
  • Do you have the right “investment checklist” to uncover the most profitable opportunities?
  • Do you have the right “investment checklist” to uncover the most profitable opportunities?
    Before you even part with your money, the very first thing to do is to understand what makes this business tick. It sounds simple but it's not. It takes time, effort and unfortunately there are no shortcuts. Michael Shearn, author of The Investment Checklist: The Art of In-Depth Research, once said: "Many professional investors believe that in- depth research is a waste of time. To them, great investment decisions boil down to a few simple factors, such as an extremely low stock price." He simply means, a great investment isn't solely based on an attractive stock price. You see, recognising this will put you far ahead of the vast majority of investors out there. That's why today, I'm going to help you develop your own investment checklist so you can uncover the most profitable investment opportunities.... ››› Read more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • Two experts who predicted the 2008 crash are predicting a crash in 2016
  • Two experts who predicted the 2008 crash are predicting a crash in 2016
    Only eight years ago, the global financial markets went through one of the worst events in the history of formalised trading. In 2008, the American property bubble burst. In less than a week, investors around the world lost their retirement savings, homes and investments. The impact of the crisis quickly spread across the globe as billions were wiped out of the market. The Jerome Levy Forecasting Centre in New York predicted the 2008 crash before it happened. Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, saw the crash coming too. In the years leading up to the crash, they wrote and spoke about it consistently. But bankers and mainstream economists labelled these investors, “Doomsday Conspiracy Theorists”. They ignored the forecasts...... ››› Read more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • Am I going to lose R45,000 in my CFD trade?
  • Am I going to lose R45,000 in my CFD trade?
    Here's a question I got from Tony last week: “I am new to Trading and having bought your Red Hot Storm Trader Service I am not sure what my loss would be if a trade went sour - I use your example below: If you buy 10 Sasol shares at R450 per share and at a gearing of 10 times, you'd only have to pay R4,500 (R450 X 10). So essentially, you're buying 100 CFDs on Sasol. You'll have an exposure of R45,000 (R450 per share X 100 CFDs). The margin requirement is 10% you need to put down. So, you'll only have to put in an initial deposit of R4,500 (R45,000/10).... ››› Read more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • Are you investing yourself broke through property
  • Are you investing yourself broke through property
    I was recently at a property auction. The developer of a complex had been liquidated and was left with 7 apartments that needed to be sold on auction. Before the auction these properties were advertised for around R560,000. And there was not much interest in them. Considering they could fetch around R5,200 in rental per month I hoped to pick one or two up for a bargain at the auction…... ››› Read more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • 21 Complex terms experienced investors use - that you don't need to be intimidated by
  • 21 Complex terms experienced investors use -  that you don't need to be intimidated by
    Do you walk into a room full of investors and struggle to understand what's going on around you? Are you lost in the jargon and anxious that someone is going to ask you a question, you just can't answer? Well, if that sounds like you then I have some good news. You don't need to play second fiddle to your investment advisor, your broker or even your smarty-pants friends. You don't need to be intimidated when they throw big words at you anymore. I've found 20 of the most annoying terms that investors use to sound smarter and listed them below. I don't want you to read this just to sound smarter, you should understand these terms because they really can give you a better chance at successful investing.... ››› Read more
  • [23 August 2016]
  • What nonsense! Why you don't need 10,000 hours to become a successful Forex trader
  • What nonsense! Why you don't need 10,000 hours to become a successful Forex trader
    Dear Trading Tips reader, I am sure you have heard someone say that you need 10,000 hours of trading experience to master the art. This is certainly the case for many career options such as becoming a professional golfer, rugby player or even a movie star. But I really don't believe that this is the case for Forex trading. In fact, that really is nonsense as far as I'm concerned! With the correct support structure in place, you can be successful from year one and this is what we aim to do at Trading Tips. So today I am going to walk you through this thought process and show you why you don't need anything near 10,000 hours to be a profitable trader. Let's break down why 10,000 hours is a waste of your life! Most beginner traders set aside a certain amount of time per day to study Forex trading. Let's assume you have decided to put aside an hour a day to do just that. Some simple math shows us this would mean you need 10,000 days to master Forex trading. That's a whopping 27 years of your life practically equal to a life sentence! Now I don't know about you but to me that just doesn't sound appealing. Especially when I want to retire in the next decade or so. In fact, I wish you to have a comfortable life style and enough time to spend with my family, in less than five years.... ››› Read more
  • [18 August 2016]
  • The world's next great investment megatrend
  • The world's next great investment megatrend
    89 million babies were born around the world this year. In the same time, 37 million people passed away. That means the world's population grew by more than 52 million people in only eight months! That's the equivalent of South Africa's population added to the world. Imagine that, an entire country gets added to the world every 8 months! And all of these people need an education, homes and food…... ››› Read more
  • [17 August 2016]

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