Q. “Hi Timon, with the gemors going on in South Africa, I really want to just be able to trade overseas. Could you please tell me how I can open an offshore trading account, how much money I'll need and which brokers are the easiest to trade with?”
A. I fully understand where you’re coming from.
It’s not safe anymore to keep your money in just one place – especiall... ››› more
Election, Stimulus, Resurgence and Rectangle.
These four words, could be the underlying reasons for a major Dow Jones crash.
I'm sure you felt things were starting to get better, economically, socially and mentally.
We were wrong…
The next COVID-19 wave has already hit America and Europe, and it's a matter of time before it comes back to South Africa.
And I'm d... ››› more
I just want to fill you in with the potential profits you could have banked in the last month alone.
On 17 September 2020, Trader X spotted that the South African Rand (USD/ZAR) was trading in a range between R16.40 and R17.70 for a couple of months.
On the same day, his 17 year proven trading system alerted the USD/ZAR was dropping in price BUT on weak volume.
This signalled a great b... ››› more
In the last Trading Tips article, we revealed Pickpocket Trader's track record for 2020.
And we saw that in just 10 months, with 9 losing traders and 15 winning trades, how you could have achieved a 49% return on your portfolio…
In this article, I promised to show you how you can bank R20,000 a month with Pickpocket Trader using a simple formula.
Let's get to it…
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Q. Timon is the Average Directional Index indicator a good one for determining the trend for the JSE All Share Index? What are your thoughts?
A. You know Mark, I wish I got more questions with regards to indicators…
I know I am a breakout trader by profession, but I love to analyse using other indicators when looking at the charts.
Before we do the analysis, I need to let my readers ... ››› more
“Where should I put my money to generate a decent return in a year?”
This is pretty much the most common question I get asked from people who want to make a consistent income.
If you put your money in the bank, you're lucky to earn a mere 5% annual return. However, if you consider the inflation rate and the costs to pay, it drops down to less than 2%.
If you invested your money in ... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, it's been a tough two months trading, with this sideways market.
Right now, I'm worried because I'm down 15% of my portfolio.
It's entirely my fault as I let my trades run down without a stop loss.
Do you possibly have a calculation that I can use to see how much I need to recover to get my portfolio back to what it was?”
A. Hi Andrew, yes it is most defin... ››› more
So you want to be a top Forex trader, but not sure how much to buy and sell when you take a trade.
Well to achieve this, you'll need to understand the concept called “lots”.
Believe me when I say, this can take hours to find out how it works and what is the ideal amount to buy or sell when it comes to Forex…
Well, look no further.
In this article, you'll learn exactly what a lo... ››› more
Q. “I'm trying to decide whether the MATI Trader System Programme or Red Hot storm Trader is better for me. Can you please tell me the difference between the two and what I would get with both?”
A. The best way I can describe the two is this.
The MATI Trader System Programme is a complete online trading programme where I reveal my one and only trading strategy I have used for t... ››› more
There is a constant debate that goes around the investing community with both local and global markets during the ninth month.
It's called the ‘September Effect'.
It's a well-known theory where prices perform worse, on average, compared to the performance for the rest of the year.
In fact, over the last 100 years, September has been known for the worst performing month in America.
... ››› more
“Timon, I'm 54 years old and do NOT have years on my watch to learn how to trade. Apparently the MATI Trader System Programme is a good starter pack for someone like me.
Could you tell me some solid reasons why I should own the MATI Trader System Programme and how it's performed in 2020 alone?”
~Richard Netz, CPT
A. Before I answer this… I just want to mention to new memb... ››› more
If you've been following my Thursday Money Morning contributions over the last few weeks, you'll know we're slowly working through the important concepts in trading and technical analysis.
Last week, we covered some of the basics around risk management. If you missed it, you can find the article here.
But this week we’re tackling one of the most useful and often ignored as... ››› more
On 1 April 2020, I sent out an article:
This precious metal just proved its safe-haven status during the
At the time, gold was trading at $1,450. I predicted (based on a Megaphone Formation) that the price was heading to $1,960.
This was due to the following factors at the time…
• The Fed printed over $2 trillion stimulus package for households and business... ››› more
The rand is once again in hot water.
In August, we saw the currency drop from R15.00 down to R17.78 for the first time since 21 May 2020.
And this is due to one main factor.
We hit half a million cases of Coronavirus in SA, taking us to the top five infected countries in the world.
It's clear the COVID-19 pandemic still has the power to cause a see-saw in market sentiment.
And... ››› more
“Hi Timon, I was told that Pickpocket Trader is what's called a position trader. I'm thinking of becoming a member, but I first would like to understand what the difference between a scalper, intraday trader and position trader is. Could you briefly help me with these terms?”
A. Sure, these are the three main types of traders that exist. And it’s important to find which style suits your... ››› more
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