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
In all of my years in financial publishing...
I have rarely come across an easier way to profit than this.
It doesn't matter if you haven't traded before...
It doesn't matter if you've tried a different technique and it didn't work out for you...
And it doesn't matter if you trade so regularly you think you won't have time to add these ‘pickpocket trades' to your da... ››› more
The JSE's performance over the last seven days has been dismal to say the least. It's down 3.22% and nobody seems to know when it's going to stop.
Every major sector on the JSE has decreased taking the shares down with it.
Financials - Down 1.53%
Resources - Decreased 1.79%
Industrials - Fell 1.12%
Gold mining - Tanked 4.12%
But despite this poor performance, there are opportunities... ››› more
CFDs (or contracts for difference) are a type of trading instrument. You can use them to trade a number of underlying assets including shares and currencies.
Like other trading instruments, including single stock futures, CFDs are geared products.
So before you start trading CFDs, you need to know how they work and how you can trade them…
Trading the stock market with CFDs
Many tr... ››› more
If you want to trade contracts for difference (CFDs), one vital step is opening a trading account. Without one of these, you won't be able to trade.
So where do you start?
Read on to find out what you need to do…
Where to open you CFD trading account?
If you’re serious about trading CFDs, you need to find a company to trade them through.
You have two options:
Open a... ››› more
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