In 2021, we've already banked four profitable trades and we're not even in March!
• On the 6th of January we locked in a 46.345 gain with Anglo American.
• On the 11th of January we banked a 75.52% gain on the JSE ALSI 40.
• And on the 10th of February, we secured a 30.09% gain with Shoprite.
And we're just getting started!
If you haven’t joined Red Hot Storm Trad... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I want to join Red Hot Storm Trader but first I'm looking for the best trading platform…
Can you recommend how much a decent trading platform should cost a month and what the platform should have?”
A. Hi Jerry… To answer your first question, I have a one word answer.
You should NEVER have to pay for a trading platform. Not per m... ››› more
Last week, I predicted Silver will rally 24% this quarter.
And today, I'm predicting a rally in Gold!
It won't be the social media communities that will drive up gold.
Nope… It's down to the president of the United States and the richest man on earth (who happens to be South African!).
In this article, I'm going to explain why I expect a 12% rally with gold and what we can do to ... ››› more
Q. "If I'm the owner of the MATI Trader System Programme, will I get any value joining the Beginner CFD Trading webinar?"
A. Hi Clive, yes absolutely.
In the MATI Trader System Programme, I run through the basics of trading in just 20 minutes.
With the webinar, I plan to cover every essential aspect to CFD trading and the trading basics over a course of two hour... ››› more
At the end of January, there was a phenomenon that took place world-wide.
In all my 19 years of being in the markets, I've never seen anything like this…
GameStop (an everyday old fashioned gaming company selling video games and accessories) jumped from $45 up to $360 in a single day.
Only thing is, it wasn't the fundamentals (company events) that gave rise to the price - but a group... ››› more
Q. “I see FSP Invest is offering a Beginner CFD Trading Webinar at the end of this month. I am interested to join but I have one very important question. What is a CFD and how is it different to buying shares?”
A. In short, A CFD (Contract for Difference) is a financial derivative instrument where you’ll enter into a CONTRACT at one price, close it at another price FOR a profit or ... ››› more
Everyone wants to be a part of the elite 5% of traders who are constantly making money from the markets, month after month.
But the reality is...
95% of traders enter the markets, get destroyed and then leave with the idea of trading being a complete scam.
Fortunately, I have been able to make a consistent income over the last two decades and now I wish to give back to you.
Even 20... ››› more
Q. “In the middle of January I received an email from Red Hot Storm Trader where you banked 75% on the ALSI CFD trade.
This is one trade I missed, as I was still on holiday.
Could you give me a good idea of what I would've made if I deposited R7,700 into the CFD trade?”
A. First of all, it’s for these reasons why I always trade whenever I go on holiday.
I never k... ››› more
The JSE All Share Index (ALSI) has started 2021 on a strong note.
It climbed to the highest levels, we've seen in almost three years
And what's strange is, it happened during the 2nd COVID-19 Wave.
However, it was not local stocks that led to this JSE rally.
So, what was it?
In this article I'm going to share three main factors why the JSE is rallying and why I expect i... ››› more
Welcome to the first prediction article for the year.
And what better way to start, than to see where our currency is heading.
Now if you've been following my rand predictions from last year, you'd know that I expected the rand to strengthen from R16.50 down to R15.00 against the US dollar.
If you missed the article, you can catch up here...
America is going to hell - And the S... ››› more
One tradition I like to keep to when it comes to trading the markets, is buying the Santa Claus rally in South Africa.
Each year, I write to you about it and it most times, ends up being extremely profitable.
But this year, I thought it was going to be different.
I started to feel doubt and pessimism with the whole COVID-19 pandemic destroying the economies one by one.
And this yea... ››› more
Since Joe Biden won the US presidential elections, there's been good news flooding both local and global markets.
Look at the JSE…
In the last month alone, it's rallied over 11% erasing the 2020 losses for the year…
We have an excellent chance of finishing off positive in 2020, despite all we've been through!
And that's just the JSE…
We also saw France up 21%, Italy up o... ››› more
Q. “Timon you mentioned in Monday's article that the two new vaccines are good for an oil price hike.
Could you tell me a few reasons why this would be the case?
A. Yes absolutely. First of all, I’ve always found oil to be one of the leading economic indicators.
And this is because oil is used in just about any industry. Especially when it comes to transport, manufacturing, p... ››› more
I feel like I'm in a dream.
In the span of two weeks we've have good news overflow the markets.
We had Joe Biden win the elections. Then a few days later, two vaccines come out to end the Covid-19 pandemic.
And both local and global markets have rallied over 4% in that time.
And when I went to my charts, I saw a commodity that is ready for an 18% rally.
I'm talki... ››› more
Q. "Timon with Joe Biden becoming the next president, what are your thoughts on energy and oil prices?"
A. For a short answer, I have never been more bullish (positive) with oil and the energy sectors.
You see, with the Donald Trump administration there were ongoing trade wars and tension with China over the last four years.
And for this reason, we ke... ››› more
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