Early in February this year, I sent out a prediction on the Brent crude oil price and why I expected it to hit $76.60.
Right now, the oil price is on par with the prediction as, last week, it rose above the $70 mark.
But something has changed…
In fact, I expect the Brent Crude price to rise even higher than I ever imagined. This is all thanks to Opec, five countries and a promising c... ››› more
For years the Saudi's and Russia were the world's largest oil producers - with the US being a net importer of oil…
But that's changed overnight.
US oil production increased by 2 million barrels per day since 2018.
The US now produces 12 million barrels of oil per day. Russia trails the US with 10.65 million barrels per day and Saudi Arabia is third in the world, producing 10.2 millio... ››› more
Over the last few weeks, I've sent out many different resource metal predictions that I believe are set for upside.
From gold, copper, oil and even sugar…
So far, they have all been moving smoothly and are on track.
Even with my Red Hot Storm Trades, these predictions have helped us generate over 200% in gains in the first quarter of 2019.
Over t... ››› more
It's no secret that I believe 2019 will be a good year for gold.
You see, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) polled 30 experts on expectations for the gold price in 2019.
Twenty of these experts expect the gold price to rise PAST $1,400 in 2019!
Only six of the 30 analysts expect the gold price to remain below $1,300 for 2019.
Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley, London's top bulli... ››› more
My wife and I have cut down on sugar.
We are trying to be healthier this year by following a strict lifestyle, going to gym six days a week and travelling every three months or so.
Now when you are on a strict lifestyle change, it means you need to be more aware.
Every time I go to the grocery store, I need to make sure that I read the ingredients on EVERYTHING I buy.
You'll be sur... ››› more
Dear Trading Tips reader,
Early in January I sent out a prediction on gold, if you missed it, I highly recommend you read it here.
What’s important to note is gold is, and has, pretty much always been a leading indicator for other precious metals.
In 2001 when Gold ended its downtrend, we then saw the start of a new bull market. Later, we saw other precious metals turn... ››› more
On Thursday 7 February French oil and gas company, Total, announced a major discovery.
It discovered gas condensates 175km off the coast from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape.
This discovery was termed as ‘world class' by Total.
President Ramaphosa mentioned it in his state of the nation address.
And it's been a talking point in many newspapers these past two weeks.
So how big ... ››› more
It looks like 2019, is the year for resources.
Whether you're looking at resource stocks, gold, silver - they all seem to be on the rise.
In fact, with Red Hot Storm Trader we’ve already banked three winning resource stock trades in a row.
On 14 December 2018 we bought Anglo American Platinum and sold it for a 51.95% gain on 18 January 2019. Then we bought Kumba and Anglo Gol... ››› more
Today's prediction will provide you with a bitter sweet taste.
On the one hand, we can expect the oil price to shoot up this year which will mean higher petrol and consumer prices.
On the other hand, we can bank a decent profit from the rise in oil with three different ways.
Today I'm going to discuss why I expect oil to shoot up from here to $80 and how you can profit in three differe... ››› more
In August 2018 the gold price traded at $1176. Since then it's shot up in a near straight line, hitting $1307 on Tuesday 29 January…
For South African's the current gold price is even more significant…
You see, in rand terms the gold price is very close to its one year high…
In February 2018 the gold price was R494,365 per kilogram. Today it sits at R572,615 per kilogram.
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Palladium just hit its highest levels ever on Thursday 18 January!
Spot palladium hit a record high of $1,434.50 on Thursday. It has risen about 12% so far this month.
The price of palladium, used mainly in emissions-reducing catalysts for vehicles, has leaped nearly 70% since mid-August. Prices for the metal overtook gold for the first time in 16 years early in December.
According to ... ››› more
In just one month, Brent Crude has dropped from $85 down to $65 per barrel and the media is going crazy.
Last week mainstream media headlines read:
“Brent enters bear market”
“How Brent Crude has just crashed in just six weeks”
“Will we see $40 per barrel again”
So why am I predicting Brent Crude will rise to $90... ››› more
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
Brent Crude has been in the spotlight this month.
There's conflict between the analysts and the big banks, on where they expect the price to go.
On the one side, many analysts expect the price of oil to hit new highs at $80.68 per barrel. They believe there may be a strain on supply in the next couple of months, due to the US trade sanctions on Iran and the Venezualan crisis.
On t... ››› more
Lonmin has been one of the great stories of value destruction for investors.
Since my first warning about the company in 2012, it has lost 96% of its value.
Simply put - it's been a big one to avoid.
Crypto Revolution: How the rise of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies could turn every R2,000 you stake into R980k
My warnings on Lonmin since 2012
... ››› more
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