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I hope you don't get this phone call!

by , 21 September 2017
I hope you don't get this phone call!
There are a few things with trading that worry me.

The first is when the internet connection cuts out when I'm trying to get into a trade or when I modify my trading levels.

Second, is when the market environment goes into a sideways range where no matter whether we buy or sell - we lose either way.

And third, is when my subscribers write to me and tell me about the worst possible trading call you can receive as a trader.

In today's Q&A, not only do I answer your burning trading questions but also, I address my subscriber's question about the horror trading call he received. And what he needs to do to avoid getting the call again.


The very next SMS you receive could make you R2,308!
803 people ALREADY have my number in their address book - and since I started SMSing them, they've made thousands in profit  in the last few weeks alone.
Now it's YOUR turn to see how much you could make!
Best of all, you don't need ANY previous experience, hard work or special equipment aside from a stick-standard cell phone.
Just add me to your contacts today - and you could be collecting your first pay outs by the end of the week.


Q. “A broker called me the other day and mentioned something about a marginal call. I was busy and had to cut him off. What is a margin call and should I be worried?” 
Answer by Timon Rossolimos, Forex Trader
I’m afraid I don’t have good news for you.
When a broker mentions something about a margin-call, it means you have insufficient funds in your account to sustain your trading.
He was most likely calling you to tell you:
~ To deposit more money into your account
~ They are about to close your open positions as your portfolio is significantly down
You should always manage your risk carefully when it comes to trading.
Never let your positions result in 20 – 30% downside.
I can prevent you from getting this phone call again. But you need to get your name down today. 

Your response is required before 31 July 2017
I write on behalf of South Africa’s most successful Private Wealth Management Club – The South African Investor.
Not heard of us before? That’s because we keep pretty much to ourselves.
We quietly focus our efforts on helping a very small group of members create a legacy of PRIVATE WEALTH for themselves and their families.
We do this in two ways... 

Q. How do you calculate pips with Forex? Please use an example to explain.    
Answer by Timon Rossolimos, Forex Trader
Just like pips are smallest parts of fruits, they are also the smallest parts of a currency pair.
The pip in Forex is like your tick on an index, cents on shares, futures or CFDs. It’s the smallest possible movement of a currency pair in the Forex market.
Just so you know, pip stands for “percentage in point” and represents one 100th of a percent (0.1 X 0.1) or 0.0001 – four places to the right of the decimal -which is the smallest fluctuation in currencies.
However in all pairs involving the Japanese Yen (JPY), a pip is the 1/100th place – two places to the right of the decimal.
Let’s calculate the numbers of pips moved with an example:
At the moment, the Australian Dollar versus the United States dollar (AUD/USD) is at 0.7593.
If the AUD/USD moves up three pips, it would move from 0.7593 to 0.7596.
(0.7596 - 0.7593)=3 pips movement
Knowing what pips are will help you with your calculations when working out your Forex profits.
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Q. What is the difference between The South African Investor and Real Wealth newsletters?
Answer by Joshua Benton, Real Wealth
There's quite a few differences between both newsletters.
Real Wealth:
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You’ll also discover how to grow your wealth through low-medium risk alternative investment opportunities like bonds, exchange-traded funds, property and precious metals.
South African Investor:
The idea behind the South African Investor is to uncover safe, low risk investments, wealth creation and preservation opportunities to help readers build sustainable long-term wealth.
You will receive inside information from a powerful global and local network of acknowledged investment experts like a Wall Street Veteran for example.
For more than 17 years, the South African Investor has not only survived two major crashes but thrived. It has one of the most consistent performing portfolios with +25% annual average return over 17 years.
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Thank you for your very kind help and for sharing your knowledge so freely.
PS: If you’re just starting out with trading Forex and you have no idea what to do to profit on a consistent basis, I’ll allow you and 30 people to the last Forex event I’m doing this year.

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