The Nasdaq just had its fourth winning streak week in a row.
And it's now at an all-time high.
Just so you know, The Nasdaq Composite Index represents some of the largest trillion-dollar companies and is the world's largest electronic stock exchange.
I'm talking about companies like Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN), Facebook (FB), Tesla (TSLA) and PayPal (PYPL).
But th... ››› more
The rand rallied to the highest level in more than two years against the US dollar.
But did you know, the rand is also the world's best performing currency in 2021?
The chart below shows how other currencies have performed…
And the Rand?
it’s gained over 30% against the US Dollar.
But this shouldn’t... ››› more
“I read a trading quote the other day:
How do u evaluate the feedback if you followed all the setups, entries take profit and stop loss requirements?
I think a trader will have difficulty with emotions when entering another trade if he or she can’t find a reason as to what went wrong with the losing trade.”
A. The feedback is not seeing what went wrong but rathe... ››› more
In March 2021, I sent a prediction article saying the FTSE 100 was ready to rally over 435 points. And last month, it hit the price target at 7,184.
As I mentioned in the previous article, it was a no brainer.
The economy was opening up, the FTSE got upgraded by the OECD and the pound was crashing.
Now that positivity is flooding the market, I expect another major rally for the FTSE 10... ››› more
Q. “Timon, I read your article where you expect the oil price to rally.
What about the situation with the Iranian President reaching an agreement with the United States…
Could that also cause a boost in the oil price?”
A. Aah yes, thank you for reminding me.
The talks and negotiations in Vienna were definitely another major factor in supporting an oil price ral... ››› more
“I have started trading with a portfolio of R5,000 and have taken about five trades. The problem is that I keep getting something called ‘Margin Calls'.
This is very frustrating for a new trader like myself… When this happens my CFD positions gets closed out before it hits either my stop loss or take profit levels. Do you have any golden rules to stop this from happening?”
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An ex executive director of Netcare (who retired 10 years ago), reached out to me the other day.
He was curious to hear my take on the health company as a shareholder.
In short, he asked me to do an analysis over the last 10 years to see if it was more profitable to invest in Netcare shares or invest in a high interest savings bank.
In this article, I'm going to give you a breakdown on... ››› more
Q. “I read that the S&P 500 and Dow Jones digital assets indices have also gone live and are available to investors. Will this also help boost Bitcoin's price as you predicted in Monday's article?”
A. Most definitely.
Whenever major stock exchanges accept, add on or, regulate crypto-currencies, the more attractive it is for investors to buy crypto-currencies like Bitcoin.
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In 2020, I made a Bitcoin prediction that the price would rally from $10,000 to $24,442.
In just a few short months, the price rocketed to the price target and then some.
Right now, Bitcoin is trading at $42,700. And you'd think I would sell from here, right?
Most definitely not…
In this article, I'm going to present my first major prediction for Bitcoin and how I expect it to ra... ››› more
Q. I read one of Timon's articles about his prediction that gold is about to rally again. I would like to ask if the drop in value of the US dollar and bonds will also help with gold's run-up? Hennie…”
In March, we saw both the 10-year US Treasury yields drop, along with the US dollar falling over 0.2%.
Now economically speaking, when the US dollar... ››› more
It's that time of year again.
Investors and traders all around the world, have the ‘Old Adage' echoing in their heads.
"Sell in May and go away, then come back again on St Leger day".
News reporters, analysts and investing companies are warning people, to not buy stocks in May.
Whereas I like to do my own research, and show you why I don't follow the herd.
In this article, we... ››› more
“Hi Timon, I've just joined you and I'm ready to pickpocket my first trade. I just have four quick questions I need answered first.
1. What order type should I use to set my trading price?
2. What should the TIF be?
3. Can you tell me how to work out the Risk in Trade for the last trade idea sent out?
4. How do I calculate the No. of CFDs to buy if I want to risk 3% of my por... ››› more
Trader X has already banked 409,96% cumulative gains since Jan, with just two losses this year…
That's an 80% win rate right there…
You can take a look below to see what he's been trading.
It’s been quite the run so far and he is super confident, there is a lot more to come. The global markets are pumping and so is his winning streak.
If you keen to... ››› more
Over the last six months the rand has been an absolute star compared to other emerging currencies.
While the rand has been strengthening to under R14.50, I can't say much about the other emerging currencies.
The Brazilian Real has weakened -8% to the US dollar.
The Rouble has dropped over 4%
And the Turkish and Argentine currencies have weakened over 10%.
The rand ... ››› more
No, FSPInvest hasn't been hacked!
In fact, it's more secured, encrypted and private compared to most online businesses nowadays…
Going back to the headline…
I was asked something the other day, which I thought I'd address in this week's Q&A…
8 New Payday Opportunities This Quarter? Yes, Please!
All it takes is a... ››› more
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