In the 13th century lived one of the most talented mathematicians of all time.
His name was Leonardo Pisano also known as Fibonacci.
Fibonacci was the son of a customs official. As a child he travelled around North Africa and the Mediterranean world learning about Arabic and Indian mathematics.
During his travels, he noted that a certain pattern in nature was consistently repeated.
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Q. “I want to start trading but don't know how to choose a broker. Can you help me?”
The safest way to find a highly reputable broker is to find one that is FSB approved and regulated.
You can do this by looking up the Top 10 Stockbrokers in South Africa. Once you have a list of brokers to choose from, you’ll then need to go to each of their websites... ››› more
The time has finally arrived.
This powerful indicator just revealed the JSE is set to rocket to new highs and it's all going to happen in May!
I'm getting three clear signals that there are some serious profits to be made in May and not just on the ALSI but specifically on two retail and two banking companies.
Let me show you what I mean…
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Now that I've revealed the most profitable trading pattern I've ever come across in the past 15 years of trading.
(Make sure catch up here, if you haven’t read the previous article)
I promised, I’ll be sending out profitable trades based on this pattern alone.
I showed you how the Cup of T pattern works, what to watch out for and where to get in and out.
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If you're not aware yet, Facebook is in hot water.
A US Resident has sued Facebook and a British based political consultancy for taking data from millions of Facebook users without their permission.
This information was linked to the exploitation of the information by the Cambridge Analytica consultancy to help President Donald Trump's election campaign.
Long story short, this ordeal has ... ››› more
Whether you're running a business or starting a profitable career, you need to be able to track your success.
You need to know how well the venture is doing, when the bad months are and how it's operating on average.
The same applies for when you run local or international trading account.
Only this way you'll see if your trading is on the way to consistent profits or on a one-way street ... ››› more
I have a confession…
For the last six years, I've written to tell you about all the products, events and services we've had to offer you at FSP Investment Research.
However, there is one book I haven't told you about.
In fact, less than 1,000 members of our + 150,000 readers know about this book.
Today I'm going to tell you about this exclusive book and how you can claim a FREE copy ... ››› more
Today I want to show you the only chart I ever use to trade the markets. You get three components in this chart,that you can't find in any other trading chart. To discover why it's the only chart you'll ever need to trade read on below.
Every piece of information to make a successful trade, lies in the candlestick
A Candlestick chart is a charting type you can find on any trading platform the... ››› more
Today I'd like to show you an easy way to play the markets.
Despite what's going on with:
~ Market scandals affecting JSE Listed companies like The Listeriosis outbreak causing companies like Tigerbrands to take a fall
~ Eskom's request for a 30% hike in electricity prices which will cause lower ROIs in pretty much every company you can think of affecting the share price negatively
~ The... ››› more
Do you remember when you first time you got behind a steering wheel?
I was an absolute nervous wreck.
Legs shaking, heart racing and adrenaline running through every vein.
Ignition starts. And Just as I was about to drive away the revs went up, I slammed on breaks, the car jolted and then stalled.
Great start Timon!
It felt like I would never be a good driver.
A couple of less... ››› more
Look at the chart below...
It looks messy as hell, doesn’t it?
But what if I told you it is, in fact, the most efficient chart you will see in your life.
It’s called the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo.
It’s an all-inclusive technical indicator which was developed by Goichi Hosoda, a Japanese journalist, over the better part... ››› more
Did you know that you place higher value to things that you own?
To explain this, Pros. Kahneman, Knetsch & Thaler conducted a popular study with 77 participants at Simon Fraser University.
These participants were placed into two groups.
Group #1: Were given mugs (in a way they owned them).
Group #2: Were not given mugs but were asked to price the mugs.
Can you guess who priced the ... ››› more
You see him everywhere.
TV, radio, inbox, books, events, DVDs, Websites, groups, newspapers, social media… You name it.
He's become a house hold name. In fact, he's pretty much family to you. When you meet him, it's like you've known him your whole life!
And his heart is in a good place. Because his passion in life is to do just one thing.
To help and guide fellow novice and expe... ››› more
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to make a 101.2% profit in just a few weeks?
Think of it like this:
A money market account will make you around 5% a year.
A unit trust? 10% if you're lucky.
And if you'd followed the JSE all share index last year, you'd have made a fairly decent 18%.
But what if I told you, our members made a 101.2% gain in just one trade.
And r... ››› more
Today I offer you this invitation to invest in our new unprecedented service.
This opportunity will allow investors to experience the profitable world of trading.
The only difference is you won't be in it alone… You will have backup of a 15 year experienced trader who has absolutely no conflict of interest.
In fact, this trader in particular has managed to put R824,000 into his pocket i... ››› more
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