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  • Read this before you rush out and buy an Uber car
  • Read this before you rush out and buy an Uber car
    Uber is no doubt one of the most convenient and cost effective transport solutions in the country right now. As an avid Uber user myself, I've never waited more than five minutes for the driver to pick me up once I make the booking on the user friendly app. The car is always clean, the driver is always friendly and I've never had an incident where I was unhappy with the service. It's safe too… When you use the Uber App, you can see the make, model and registration details of the car coming to collect you as well as the name and face of the driver. You can even share your journey with your family and friends so that they can track your journey online. As a result, many alternative investors looking for an unconventional income stream have considered buying a car, hiring a driver and registering with Uber to make extra income every month. But before you rush out and invest, here are a few things you need to know about investing in Uber.... ››› Read more
  • [27 September 2016]
  • You're still missing one of the most important rules when it comes to trading Forex
  • You're still missing one of the most important rules when it comes to trading Forex
    Let's say you have your proven strategy, correct mind set and strong money management rules. Is that all it takes to be a successful trader? For the first four years of trading, I believed it was. Until one day, I woke up and realised I was down R70,000, in just three weeks. I didn't understand what I was doing wrong. Today, I want to show you how you can avoid making this mistake with an essential rule. Let's get to it…... ››› Read more
  • [22 September 2016]
  • Will the next sports empire be built on e-sports?
  • Will the next sports empire be built on e-sports?
    As a traditional sports bettor, betting on e-sports seems a little out of the ordinary and to be honest a little out of my comfort zone. So when a college friend of mine suggested that the next big sporting empire wasn't exactly your traditional sport, I became intrigued. Being a little into gaming myself, playing your traditional sporting games on console, such as FIFA, NBA and even the NFL. It seemed odd to me that your next sporting empire will be played in an arena with nerdy teenagers pulling in millions of viewers with a frantic click of the mouse. Let's see how we can profit from this emerging E-sports phenomenon.... ››› Read more
  • [22 September 2016]
  • These two stocks could also be victims of the #Feesmustfall movement
  • These two stocks could also be victims of the #Feesmustfall movement
    I'm not about to go into a political rant about the violence on university campuses or about the pros and cons of having free higher education for all. No. What I want to talk about is the newest campaign that just happened - on the back of #FeesMustFall. It's called #DataFeesMustFall! Thousands of people are unhappy with the data fees they're being charged by South African cell phone companies. MTN Nigeria charges R44 for a 1.5 GB bundle, Namibia Teleco charges R139 for a 1 GB bundle and the cost for a 1 GB bundle in Mozambique is R21. In South Africa MTN charges R160 for a single 1 gig data bundle and Vodacom R149. That's the most expensive of all these countries named - all while these networks have been in South Africa for the longest time. You'd think their established infrastructure and economies of scale mean lower prices for consumers…... ››› Read more
  • [21 September 2016]
  • Genetically advanced children? No wonder it's the best investment in the world...
  • Genetically advanced children?    No wonder it's the best investment in the world...
    What you are about to read, may sound like science fiction... But I assure you it is fact. Think about Hollywood blockbuster movies like Gattica and Splice, where healthy, genetically modified children are a standard feature in everyday life. Now imagine a new technology that can help you decide if your child has black hair, hazel eyes or tanned skin. Not only does this new technology allow you to genetically enhance your children it has exceptional health benefits too. With the help of personal medical information gathered at a cellular level, doctors and patients can identify and prevent certain illnesses from ever occurring. This means that patients won't have to spend thousands on diagnostic procedures. This is changing the face of medicine as we know it, reducing the cost and speeding up treatment. I'm talking about biotechnology - A $157 billion global industry that holds unlimited investment potential. I caught up with one of South Africa's leading biotechnology experts and one of South Africa's most respected economists to find out about the potential for investment growth in South Africa and the rest of the continent.... ››› Read more
  • [20 September 2016]
  • The “2016 silver bull-run” is NOT over yet... And here are two reasons why
  • The “2016 silver bull-run” is NOT over yet... And here are two reasons why
    Since the start of 2016, Silver rose from $13.82 an ounce to a high of $20.63 - an incredible 49% return! Compare that to gold which is up around 25% and the JSE All Share which has returned just over 6% for the year. So it's no secret that silver is one of the best performing assets in 2016. But recently, silver took a knock and it's sitting around $18.85 today. The main factor that caused silver to fall was fears of another US interest rate hike. You see, the silver price falls when interest rates go up as investors flee safe-haven assets to yield-bearing investments. But the good thing is, if silver dives further to around $17.50-$18, then it's will be the best time to buy again. Despite the fears of a US interest hike, there are two solid reasons why silver is poised to burst past $20 and even push closer to $23 by the end of 2016. Let me explain…... ››› Read more
  • [20 September 2016]
  • You won't believe this BS I've just read on Twitter
  • You won't believe this BS I've just read on Twitter
    I need to catch my breath. I'm so amazed at the stupidity I've just read on Twitter. A new Forex trader bought the Great British pound to the US dollar. And he sent a tweet saying this. “I just bought the Pound against the dollar and I'm hoping that the Pound goes up now.” Next, I read a reply from some other trader. RT: “Don't worry, just think positive thoughts and you'll make good money.” Either I'm living in a Twilight zone or someone knows that I am going to freak out and write an article about this ludicrous “advice” he just gave. Either way, today I'm going to tell you why thinking positively with your Forex trading is probably the worst thing you can do. Let me explain…... ››› Read more
  • [15 September 2016]
  • 1 + 2 = 4 The best part of doubling up
  • 1 + 2 = 4  The best part of doubling up
    Dear Trading Tips reader, I was recently in a heated debate about the advantage of doubling up on bets rather than taking them one at a time. With betting there is ALWAYS an element of risk and uncertainty. The job of our team is to minimize that risk while maximizing the profit potential for our customers. And the way we do that is by using parlays to achieve better odds while minimizing the stake you risk.... ››› Read more
  • [15 September 2016]
  • The Five Minute Forex Trader - Part 3
  • Can Forex trading really make money? Is it really possible to make more money from trading than you'll lose? What are the risks you'll have to take on in order to succeed as a Forex Trader? These are the hard questions Timon Rossolimos answers in this five minute Forex Lesson... ››› Read more
  • [14 September 2016]

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