I was wrong about the rand. I thought it was going to go up to R10 a dollar, but I'm not going to cry about it.
You can see looking at the USD/ZAR (United States Dollar versus the South African Dollar) weekly chart, a large wedge pattern formed from January 2016 up ‘till August 2017.
A wedge pattern is known as a reversal pattern where the price wedges down into a triangle formation. And a... ››› more
In the previous article, I told you I was going to reveal my four favourite currency pairs to trade and when to trade them.
Today, I'll reveal the second fantastic currency pair…
Fantastic currency #2: The Japanese Yen (USD/JPY)
This currency pair has to be the most traded currency out of the whole of Asia.
Not only that, but it’s one of the seven most traded cur... ››› more
So far I've revealed two of my favourite currency pairs and when to trade them.
Today, we're onto the third fantastic currency pair…
Fantastic currency #3: The Great British Pound versus The American Dollar (GBP/USD)
This currency pair is the fourth most traded currency pair in the Forex market.
Before we go into it, let’s first talk about the stock exchange t... ››› more
I've broken these fantastic currency pairs to trade, into four articles.
You'll be receiving them in your inbox in the next few weeks.
They are the four best currencies that have helped me bank my Forex Trader subscribers double digit gains.
I'm also going to talk about the best times to trade these currencies.
Let's get into it!
Currency pair #1: The Australian Dollar / US ... ››› more
What you're about to read might be great for South Africans, but not so great for the UK.
Just a few months ago I was in London burning my fingers from every purchase. At the time the GBP/ZAR was trading at R23.00 to one pound.
So every item of clothing, gadget and snack I bought in Regent Street was around four times more expensive than here in SA.
MC Donalds alone on average was around ... ››› more
Dear Trading Tips reader,
"Which is the best technical indicator I can use when trading Forex?"
This is a question, I get asked at least once a month!
There is a deluge of different technical indicators to choose from, which can help you towards your Forex trading success.
You get traders that recommend indicators like the Stochastic, The MACD, Bollinger Bands, the ADX, blah blah!
D... ››› more
Timon Rossolimos answers all your most important questions on trading for the week. This week's mailbag includes questions on Forex, stop losses, candlesticks, CFD contracts, Options and more.
Enjoy today's Q and A session…
To place a stop loss or not to place a stop loss?
“Is it necessary to place a stop loss if I watch my account closely from 9 ‘till 5?”
Ans... ››› more
Dear Trading Tips reader,
I don't know if you know this but…
While you were sleeping in the early hours on Friday 7 October 2016 morning, there was pandemonium in the Forex market.
At around 01:00am, the British pound crashed over 800 pips suddenly.
Some brokers, traders and institutions went bankrupt in a number of seconds. This is known as a “flash crash” or a “fat finger” ... ››› more
Today, we are very fortunate to have my trading mentor and personal friend in the building.
His name is Igor Marinkovic.
You might have seen him present with me at a Forex seminar, at a South African Gala dinner or elsewhere.
Well, Igor has been a mentor to not only me but also to hundreds and thousands of readers on his website.
And so, without wasting any more time, let's get straight in... ››› more
Dear Trading Tips reader,
You're in a Euro Dollar Forex trade.
It's going up nicely and is about to hit your take profit sell signal, where you'll bank a decent gain.
But then, you go against the system and raise your take profit further.
You just “know” the trade will keep going up where you can bank an even higher profit.
The market has passed your initial take profit and ... ››› more
Can Forex trading really make money? Is it really possible to make more money from trading than you'll lose? What are the risks you'll have to take on in order to succeed as a Forex Trader? These are the hard questions Timon Rossolimos answers in this five minute Forex Lesson
If you missed the begining of the Five Minute Forex mini course, it's not too late to catch up - register here ... ››› more
Most Forex traders make this one massive mistake when it comes to their trading. This one mistake could cost you your trading account. In this lesson, Timon explains how and why you need to protect your money from yourself...
Make sure you're not missing out - join the full Five Minute Trader programme here - for free - and gain access to a host of additional free trading tips and reso... ››› more
So, you want to be a Forex Trader? Great. But there is one very important thing you need to do before you even consider placing a trade... In this five minute lesson, Timon Rossolimos explains the most fundamental step any Forex trader needs to take to succeed in making money from Forex. Enjoy!
Do you want access to the rest of Timon's 5 minute lessons? Then make sure to join the full ... ››› more
Pips, strength, weakness, ZAR, USD!
If you've watched Bloomberg, CNBC or sky news, it can be a daunting task to try and understand all of these jargon Forex terms.
But what If I could show you how to understand these currency pairs in a way you'll never forget it.
I'm not going to bore you with too much information. In fact, one chart is all we need to make sure you remember how to und... ››› more
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