This coronavirus is getting out of control!
And markets couldn't care less…
The S&P500 is at record highs.
Chinese shares have bounced almost 8% from their lows.
And yet, every indication is, we're facing massive real-world consequences after the Chinese authorities continue to quarantine tens of millions of Chinese workers.
It's no wonder markets are pushing higher however a... ››› Read more
Since 2018 I've been telling investors that this company is in trouble.
When I wrote about it in 2019, calling it Steinhoff 2.0, the share price was 862c. This week it was 59% lower at 352c.
But instead of fixing its problems this company has kicked up its ‘dodgy' dealings by a BIG notch…
Let's have a look.
Three Penny Super... ››› Read more
Q. "When it comes to Red Hot Storm Trader, what is the criteria you use to find the perfect markets to trade?"
A. In short, I look for the highest volume traded stocks on the JSE.
To find these stocks, I have a simple yet effective 2-criteria checklist.
Market cap needs to exceed over 20 billion
The market capitalisation is equal to the total number o... ››› Read more
Many analysts have predicted 2020 will be a choppy year for investors, but NO ONE could have anticipated a threat like the Coronavirus. And, although many of you have likely heard of the disease, I believe most people are yet to understand its implications.
According to most estimates, this appears to be a very infectious sickness (twice as high as a normal flu) with a moderate death rate (l... ››› Read more
2020 is set to be a big year for cryptos.
Not only will we experience the upcoming third Bitcoin “halving” - notoriously known for sparking a bitcoin bull run…
But the second largest crypto by market cap, Ethereum will launch “Ethereum 2.0”.
If you’re not familiar with what this entails, you can read about it here.
For today, however, I want to share one... ››› Read more
Bitcoin has once again surpassed the psychological $10,000 level, which has been making headlines…
And now, investors, analysts and traders world-wide, don't know whether to buy more of it or just sell it…
Some are calling it a bubble, others are waiting for a pull back and some are waiting for a major crash.
But I'm going to put all of those emotional driven articles to bed... ››› Read more
The forex market's a $5.3 trillion per day industry.
Every day more money than you could ever imagine changes hands.
If you know what you're doing, trading forex is a great way to grab a thick, rich slice of this money for yourself. Interested?
I bet you are.
But don't jump in before you know these five golden rules for forex trading success…
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Have you ever experienced a flat tyre while driving? You can feel the car lose balance on the side of the flat tyre.
To fix it, you would replace the flat with a spare. And doing this, brings back the balance of car.
Well just how you would rebalance your car by replacing the flat tyre, you do exactly the same with your investment portfolio.
Rebalancing in investment terms is the proce... ››› Read more
Up until a few years ago, speaking about clouds meant you talking about the weather.
Today, however, clouds also refer to the way we store data outside of the confines of a hard drive or remote computer.
But for savvy investors, clouds are starting to mean something else entirely.
That's because investing in this niche sector of the market, presents an exciting way to profit.
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There are two main methods you can use to pick stocks for investing or trading.
I'm talking about terms called “fundamental” and “technical” analysis.
You need to understand the differences between these methods - if you are to use them successfully as an investor…
Use them correctly - and you stand to make big profits. Use them incorrectly and you could lose out big time.
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