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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Extreme volatility has been dominating the stock market lately.
When share prices start bouncing all over the place, many investors sell their holdings, fearing what may lie ahead.
This type of behaviour creates great opportunities for savvy investors.
The recent bout of stock market volatility presents you one of the world's strongest companies at a bargain price…
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Oscillators can be very useful to identify when the price path of a currency pair is changing.
You can use them to check if a currency pair is overbought or oversold. And you can use them to identify when it's time to enter and exit trades.
These two oscillators are the moving average convergence divergence (MACD) and the relative strength index (RSI).
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Imagine having the power to predict Forex with extreme accuracy. The signals are very fast and profitable, appearing right before a strong trend starts.
Your success as a Forex trader depends on being able to identify when a currency or currency pair is oversold or overbought. Either it's strong or weak. It's this concept which lies at the heart of Forex trading.
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No investor wants to cut his hands trying to "catch a falling dagger," but everyone wants to buy a bargain. There's a very simple strategy that will help ensure you're buying "on the dips," and not just being foolish. Read on to find out more about this simple strategy…
The strategy has an incredible batting average, Chris Lowe in Investment U explains...
You simply buy when the daily Relat... ››› more
When reading about forex analysis, you might have come across the Relative Strength Index (RSI). It's a very powerful indicator. When applied correctly, you can use it to indicate overbought or oversold currencies. Let's take a closer look at the power of the Relative Strength Index…
The RSI is a momentum indicator, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explains…
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