In May 2018 I told investors about Eskom's impending coal supply shortage, the Eskom Coal Cliff.
For years Eskom hasn't invested in new coal mines, and it hasn't been willing to sign new contracts with large mining companies.
Whilst diversification of supply is a good idea, the fact remains there are only a handful of miners that can supply the massive volumes that Eskom requires to keep its... ››› Read more
The GEPF recently announced that it plans to invest more of its funds offshore. This move could have a massive negative impact on South African financial markets.
How big a negative impact?
As much as FIVE times worse than the country being downgraded to junk status.
Some of you ... ››› Read more
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has grown in popularity over the last few years, with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) having been sold for $4 billion earlier this year.
Yes $4 billion!
The industry has grown immensely, and now it's your turn to learn how to profit from this sporting giant.
In today's article I'm going to show you how beginners can start betting on the fastest growing... ››› Read more
Q. “I really want to learn how to trade but I hate reading. Instead I watch YouTube videos, which I find more helpful. I also would like to watch a number of trading movies. What are the best trading movies to watch in your opinion?”
A. I have every one of these trading movies on DVD. Here are seven of my favourite trading movies I watch for inspiration.
• Rogue Trader
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Following on the theme of buying shares at a discount, today's company is trading at a discount to its net asset value as well as paying over 6.5% in dividends.
You will get paid to patiently wait for the company's share price to return to a premium to its net asset value (NAV).
The biggest reason for the discount is that it failed to comply with credit regulations in the past. These issues... ››› Read more
Since 2015, gold has climbed higher and higher.
From $1,047 up to $1,377. If you've been a Trading Tips member since then you'll know, almost every gold article in the last three years have been strong buy predictions.
And, they've been correct 90% of the time.
Today I have a new gold prediction…
I believe the gold rally has now come to an end.
It looks like it's in big trou... ››› Read more
A useful currency should be a medium of exchange, a unit of account, and a store of value. But to this day, Bitcoin - which was touted as a viable alternative currency - has failed to achieve this.
You see, because bitcoin is so volatile, a consumer or an investor can significantly overpay or underpay for a product. A product that costs $7,000 can cost $8,000 or $6,000 in a few hours.
Also... ››› Read more
Buying shares at a significant discount provides some downside protection.
Knowing you bought R1 of assets for 79 cents gives you comfort, and one investment holding company is trading at exactly that.
While investment holding companies typical trade at a discount to their some of the parts value, when these companies sell or distribute assets, the benefit is received at full market value.
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The world of betting can be a tempting place.
When you're on a winning streak you want to keep on betting. And when you've lost money during the weekend you want to try and make up for your losses.
Both of these scenarios are dangerous. And they'll ensure you don't make as much as you could...
And that's why today I wanted to share some of the five rules of betting that I live by...
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Q “First of all, a bladdy well done on the accurate Brent Crude prediction article Timon… It hit the $80 in just a matter of two weeks.
I missed the entry as I was already holding a number of stocks but I can't wait for the next prediction. Where do you think the Brent Crude price will move from here?”
A. The target was simply based on the falling wedge analysis. Basically, when there ... ››› Read more
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