Over the last few months, I've written several articles around soccer and the different ways to profit from each and every game.
I've given you access to information that when put together and used correctly, forms your soccer betting strategy.
And today I want to show you how to use every piece of information I've given you to successfully build your strategy and place your first winnin... ››› Read more
Q. “I'm looking for a downloadable charting platform to set up my charts when I trade… Which user-friendly charting platforms do you recommend and why?”
A. The best way to sign up to a trading charting platform, is by going directly to the platforms' websites.
You'll find that these charting platforms work on a yearly subscription basis, which you'll need to renew and even upgrade ea... ››› Read more
Last month, I made a prediction that Brent Crude was heading to $80. At the time it was trading at just $73…
Two weeks later, it hit the target.
While other analysts were making gloom and doom predictions, we took advantage of the rise and made 17%.
And now for the first time since 2014, the Brent Crude price has hit a new high price at $81, and I'm afraid the rise has only just begu... ››› Read more
We bought into Dischem back in May at R30.50 and added to it in July at R28.00 banking us 12.5% when we closed it at our trailed stop loss.
Today, it has fallen again below R30.00 and support should build at R28.00 with any sell-offs below that level being short lived.
Management provided an update to expected earnings for 2019 that will be a tailwind for the share price to move back above... ››› Read more
Dividends can make you massive returns.
If for instance you bought Adapt IT in 2009, you'd have paid 44c per share. Since then the company has paid out 81.84cps in dividends - a return of 186% from dividends alone.
Based on the latest dividend of 17.1cps, you'd make 38.8% on your original investment THIS YEAR ALONE.
... ››› Read more
When the global Financial Crisis hit back in 2008, investors flocked to gold.
In fact, gold achieved the highest return out of all assets.
The same thing happened when September 9/11 happened in 2001.
My point is, gold was generally the go-to “safe-haven investment when crisis hit.
But if a major crash or recession had to happen tomorrow, do you think investors would flock to gold fo... ››› Read more
While October was the month we had Black Tuesday in 1929, Black Monday in 1987 and a big sell off in October 2008 post Lehman's collapse, it generally ends the month up.
Over the past 100 years the Dow and S&P have ended positive 62% of the time with an average gain of 0.4% but with heightened vola... ››› Read more
“Francois, where should I take my money? ‘They' tell me to take as much as possible offshore right now. Is that the right place to invest?”
With the three year return on the JSE sitting at a grand total of 9.49% many investors are asking me whether it is still relevant investing in the JSE.
Perhaps inve... ››› Read more
It's a cold Saturday afternoon in England, and your team is playing their rival in a packed stadium.
You hear the roar of the crowd as the player's line up.
It's nil-nil going into the second half, and just five minutes after the whistle is blown your team manages to put one into the back of the net!
The crowd goes wild, as the stadium echoes with war cries and foot... ››› Read more
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