There are hundreds of thousands of people using blockchain technology right now. And there are millions of people that own cryptos.
Still cryptos haven't quite reached widespread adoption yet - especially from major countries.
But, this could change in 2020.
You see, in the space of eight days, we've seen some of the biggest economies make a concerted effort to legitimise crypto.
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Albert Einstein is merited with saying that compounding ‘is the most powerful force in the world' or the ‘eighth wonder of the world'.
When you apply this to reinvesting your dividends, you'll see why compounding is so powerful.
Compounding or compound interest is basically earning interest on interest that you've already received.
When it comes to dividends, it means instead of ta... ››› more
Stock markets are going crazy. For the past couple of days nearly every market in the world is down, by 5% or more!
Individual shares have seen drops of 20%, 30% and even 50% in a single day.
But despite that, there's a ‘sure thing' investment that could net you as much as 30% on your money within the next month or two!
Let me explain…
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‘Decentralisation' is a word you constantly hear throughout the crypto world. And there's a good reason for this…
It forms the foundation of everything in crypto.
The idea you don't need to rely on a central authority to make things work - be they financial transactions, contracts, proof of ownership, proof of identity… anything - is what crypto is all about.
In traditional finan... ››› more
While The Winning Streak Team and I aim to educate sports bettors about everything from the basics of betting to predictive models and strategies, some bettors still fall into the common traps that inhibit a successful bet.
These mistakes are common amongst even professional sports bettors, and can completely wipe out your entire bankroll.
That's why today I want to go over these common sp... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I see when it comes to Red Hot Storm Trader, you do not trade using the 5 minute time frame. Is there a particular reason why you don't and have you ever thought about trying it out? Thank you in advance for your usual support.”
A. To answer bluntly…
No, I don’t trade it at all…
Believe it or not, I used to trade the 5 minute time frame about 10 y... ››› more
Buying a stock is only the first part of investing… Selling, and knowing when to sell is an even harder part.
Especially when the markets are in trouble.
And boy did we just have a tough week… with the JSE (and most global stock indices) down 10%+ on the back of the world economy.
But does this mean you should sell your shares and head for the hills?
Probably not… But let's h... ››› more
Last week was a scary time for most investors as global markets racked up new records for the fastest 10% pullback in history. The worst weekly decline for the American indices since the 2008 financial crisis. And, the biggest single day decline for most markets as the bottom fell out of the market.
These concerns are over the impact to global growth from the shut down and restrictions in Chi... ››› more
Last week we saw a precious metal shoot up over $200 overnight!
This was the first time in history we saw this metal move over 8% within a few hours, taking it to a record high of $2,769.
Even Edward Meir, an analyst at ED&F Man Capital Markets said it…
“…has been unbelievable - it's like the Tesla stock of commodities,”
And while the Coronavirus continues to spread, stock mar... ››› more
Let's be honest…
The kind of crypto price mania that happened in 2017 and 2018 was driven by people.
Ordinary investors and speculators trying to make fast money from any crypto that they could get their hands on.
But that's all changed since the boom and crash of the crypto market…
The market and technology behind cryptos has matured and rapidly gained acceptance globally. An... ››› more
The average investor sells his winners and holds his losers believing they will turn around!
This phenomenon even has a name
It's called the disposition effect.
And they even conducted a study to prove it…
In 1998, two US Finance Professors Brad Barber and Terrance O'Dean conducted a study called The Behaviour of Individual Investors.
They analysed the trading ... ››› more
Yesterday saw markets react decisively to the risk of COVID-19 to global growth. With most markets pulling back over 3%. This is due to an acceleration of new infections outside of China. It has hit Europe as Italy reports the 7th death and puts the town of Cologna on lock down, with others in the Lombardy region of northern Italy (a manufacturing hub) on unofficial lockdown.
The cause for ala... ››› more
The crypto I want to introduce to you today doesn't get much media attention.
However, it could be just as revolutionary as bitcoin or ethereum…even more so!
And it's thanks to its ground-break technology, which has interested major companies.
In fact, this crypto has already formed partnerships with Microsoft, Volkswagen, Bosch, Fujitsu, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover and much more.
It's... ››› 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... ››› 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... ››› more
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