Timon Rossolimos

  • How to prevent losing 30% of your portfolio
  • Q. Here is my urgent trading story: ”The market is crashing at the moment. two weeks ago I decided to open 10 trading positions and set my stop losses in a way I don't risk more than 3% per trade. I now see that this was not a good idea as I have 30% of my portfolio at risk. In the future, I'll never have more than four trades opened at once. But for now what do you suggest I do to prevent m... ››› more
  • [18 October 2018]
  • How to use Bollinger bands to profit from this resource stock
  • Today is different but damn exciting. Normally I'd write to tell you that a stock or index has broken out of a channel to the upside, and looking hot to buy. But what happens when you get that one opportunity that keeps on trending up and you still want to get in and profit from it? Well if you wait for the market to finally decide to move sideways, it could very well change directio... ››› more
  • [18 October 2018]
  • Last time Brent Crude rose we made 17%, now it's about to rise again - so let's profit!
  • 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... ››› more
  • [11 October 2018]
  • Why every trader must follow the OODA trading method
  • Q. “I am looking to trade using the OODA method, do you suggest I apply it to my trading and how does it work?” A. I haven’t heard this acronym for many years.     Basically, OODA stands for Observe, Orient, Decide and Act.   I believe all trading systems should apply the OODA method, as it makes trading more mechanical, easier and automatic to follow without any ext... ››› more
  • [04 October 2018]
  • Why Japan could be the reason we bank huge profits in October
  • It is every trader's goal to be able to accurately predict where markets are heading. And it's been my mission this year to find a reliable indicator that can predict where the JSE ALSI Top 40 is headed. After plotting a whole bunch of indicators, relative strength oscillators and indices, I think I've done it. And it's all thanks to Japan. Today I'll discuss this predictor, wh... ››› more
  • [04 October 2018]
  • FAQ - How to be a consistently profitable trader at work or at home
  • Q. “Timon I read in one of the financial newsletters that the JSE ALSI 40 made a whipsaw last week and that it resulted in many traders taking losses. What is a whipsaw and can you show me where it took place on the ALSI 40?” A. Here’s an easy way to remember what a whipsaw is when it comes to trading. First let’s break down the definition.      "a saw with a narrow blade ... ››› more
  • [27 September 2018]
  • I hate to tell you my next prediction for the pound
  • Can you believe it? Two years ago, the rand would have cost you R20 for one pound. Due to local reasons, at the time, we saw the unsettling cabinet reshuffles, nepotism and corruption on our former president. And early this month, we saw the rand hit R20 to the pound yet again. Only this time we are seeing local and international factors for the rand's slump and worse - future weak... ››› more
  • [27 September 2018]
  • Gold is in big trouble
  • Since 2015, gold has climbed higher and higher. From $1,047 up to $1,377. If you've been a Trading Tips member since then you'll know, almost every gold article in the last three years have been strong buy predictions. And, they've been correct 90% of the time. Today I have a new gold prediction… I believe the gold rally has now come to an end. It looks like it's in big trou... ››› more
  • [18 September 2018]
  • My latest Brent Crude prediction came true!
  • Q “First of all, a bladdy well done on the accurate Brent Crude prediction article Timon… It hit the $80 in just a matter of two weeks. I missed the entry as I was already holding a number of stocks but I can't wait for the next prediction. Where do you think the Brent Crude price will move from here?” A. The target was simply based on the falling wedge analysis. Basically, when there ... ››› more
  • [12 September 2018]
  • Can you really make money with a 20% win rate?
  • For the past 16 years I've followed a strategy that's yielded a 60% win/rate on average. This means every 10 trades I take, I can expect to bank 6 winners. This year, it's been different. In fact, it's been one of the most difficult years to profit from the JSE as the market has remained inside a tight sideways range. Last week, it got to the point where I started to worry about m... ››› more
  • [10 September 2018]
  • Shoprite's mayhem! - Why I expect the share price to drop another 37%
  • For the first time in 19 years, Africa's biggest grocer (Shoprite) reported its first annual earnings decline. With the Listeria outbreak, the higher fuel prices, the increased VAT, the ongoing strikes, 489 armed robberies and the ever-weakening rand this decline was inevitable. Even Chief Executive Pieter Engelbrecht mentioned “the toughest (year) that I can recall”.   In term... ››› more
  • [03 September 2018]
  • Finally! This index is set to rocket to new highs
  • For the last four years, this index has been sitting in my “TBTT” (Too Boring To Trade) list. It's done absolutely nothing but consolidate in a sideways trend since 2014. Until last month… where it broke out of its chains and started an entirely new trend - up! This is now one index that's no longer too boring to trade- I see some significant profit opportunities lining up. ... ››› more
  • [20 August 2018]
  • How to trade the JSE's sideways market
  • Take a look at this chart...   See the big fat flat red line – that means the JSE is going nowhere fast. There is no strong rise or fall. In fact, you might say its flat lining.   For a trader, we call this a sideways market and this is the perfect picture.   Above is the daily JSE All Share Top 40 Index chart since January 2018!   Anyone... ››› more
  • [13 August 2018]
  • Why averaging down is the WORST trading strategy
  • Whenever I hear a trader uses the averaging down strategy, I cringe. Averaging down for a trader means they'll buy more shares at a lower cost to drop the average price per share in the belief that ‘when' the share price rises they'll make more money. The problem with this is when the share price keeps on falling, the trader stands to make a much bigger loss if it keeps moving against h... ››› more
  • [08 August 2018]
  • Take control of your trading success
  • Q. “Before I start trading, I'd like to know what I'll be able to control and not control with my trading?” What you CAN’T control as a trader   Which way the market will move An act of god News events that take place within a market or about a particular company…   What you CAN control as a trader   Your trading strategy The market you... ››› more
  • [02 August 2018]
  • What McDonald's success has taught me about trading - Part 3
  • So far, we have covered two out of the three ingredients McDonald's uses to remain one of the most successful companies in the world. If you missed them – Click here for article #1: Simple                                   Click here for article #2: Consistent   In today’s article, we’ll go into more detail about the third ingredient to their success. ... ››› more
  • [30 July 2018]
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