The NFL is one of America's favourite past times.
Now I know you're probably not all too familiar with the game, since we are a proud Rugby nation.
But I know for a fact that any sports bettor is looking for that one edge against the book makers
So from The Winning Streak Team, I want to show you how you can make money from America's favourite sport.
So let's start at the beginning
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I get this question asked, at every Forex seminar.
“How can I make money trading gold?”
In the olden days, if you wanted to trade gold you needed a calculator, conversion tools and a Bells.
In fact, you needed to do the following just to trade gold.
Step #1: Open an offshore account and deposit $2,500 (R45,000)
Step #2: Open the gold chart priced in US dollars
Step #3: Use the ... ››› Read more
What if I told you NOT all companies that appear undervalued will make you money?
This is one of the biggest challenges investors face.
In fact, professional investors refer to such undervalued companies as “value traps”
Typically, a “value trap” is a stock that seems cheap because it's trading at a massive discount to its sector, peers or net asset value for a period of time.
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On 29 September 2016 Wescoal announced it would issue 124,995,373 new shares to a BEE investor, for an amount of R211,410,862.
At the time Wescoal's entire market cap was R440 million. So this is a big deal - it is nearly 50% of Wescoal's total share capital being added.
Usually a deal that dilutes earnings as much as this one will, is a bad thing.
Shareholders don't like it.
But since... ››› Read more
Dear Trading Tips reader,
I don't know if you know this but…
While you were sleeping in the early hours on Friday 7 October 2016 morning, there was pandemonium in the Forex market.
At around 01:00am, the British pound crashed over 800 pips suddenly.
Some brokers, traders and institutions went bankrupt in a number of seconds. This is known as a “flash crash” or a “fat finger” ... ››› Read more
I'm sure you've seen what too much sugar does to a three-year-old…
They become hyper-awctive. They stop listening to all reason.
And as soon as the effect of sugar wears off, they hit a low. Until the next hit of sweetness.
You might be doing the same thing to yourself when you invest.
No, it's not that you're adding too much sugar to your coffee.
The mistake you might be mak... ››› Read more
Guy Algeo, Founder and Director at Prodigy Asset Management gives you an exclusive look into what he'd consider a buy this week and which shares you need to take out of your portfolio......
Stock market overview
Gold down 4,5%
Bullion’s strong performance for the year saw a shape correction last week it was down $60 or 4,5%.
The Rand held firm and so the softer gold price had... ››› Read more
Here's a simple question…
What do you think is the best investment to own during and after a market crash?
Well, logic will tell you that safe haven assets like gold and silver should be number one on your list, as investors flee to protect their portfolios.
Even government bonds will spring to mind as investors seek guaranteed income.
But this is far from the truth.
In fact,... ››› Read more
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