Q. “I have been a member of Red Hot Storm Trader for about three years now and I'm a big follower of Trading Tips. During that time, I've managed to create my own trading strategy that I've been testing for the last seven months. In that period, I've banked 23 winners and have taken 15 losers. Do you think I'm ready to go live and trade my account using this strategy?”
A. It sounds... ››› more
What an interesting month it's been for Trading Tips.
As the world has been easing their national lock down rules, it looks like the global economy is slowly going back to ‘normal'.
And each week I do an analysis, I find yet another stock exchange which is set to rally higher.
First the Dow Jones, second the JSE All share Index, then the rand and today is no different.
In toda... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I've recently joined Red Hot Storm Trader after following you for the last couple of years. I now feel almost ready to take action with my trading. Do you have a set bunch of questions you answer before you take a trade?”
A. Before I take a trade, I ask and answer the same seven questions each time…
1. Has a trade lined up according to my strategy?
... ››› more
It's been an absolute roller coaster for the rand this year.
In January it was trading strongly at R14.50 to the US dollar.
In late April, we thought it was the end of the rand as it traded at R19.00 to the dollar.
And now, it's currently trading at R16.55.
I believe there's been two main causes for the rand's volatility namely.
South Africa entering into ... ››› more
Q. “On Tuesday I bought 100 Remgro shares and when I woke up on Wednesday to check the markets, I was holding 69 RMH (Rand Merchant Bank Holding) shares instead. Please can you explain what happened?”
A. Believe it or not, the exact same thing happened to me.
Remgro went ahead with the unbundling process in Rand Merchant Bank Holdings to its shareholders.
Unbundlin... ››› more
Last week I mentioned that the worst was finally over for America and that I expected the Dow Jones to hit new all-time highs.
This was based on three things…
• The boost in confidence as the economy was starting to re-open.
• Two bio-tech companies announced the progress of future vaccines for the coronavirus.
• The federal reserve to inject $600 billion for SME (Small-Medium En... ››› more
“Hi Timon, I'm looking to risk around 4% per losing trade to make 6% per winning trade on average.
According to my backtested strategy, I should make 5 winning trades and 5 losing trades per month.
Could you please tell me what percentage return I should expect per month, given the above trade specifics?”
A. To find out the percentage you expect to gain per month, w... ››› more
It looks like the worst is finally over for America.
There is a boost of confidence and optimism as the economy is slowly starting to re-open.
Data showed that the US consumer confidence moved up in May, as investors are starting to feel more positive as the economic restrictions are coming to an end.
With the new potential coronavirus vaccine on the way, Americans are beginning to fee... ››› more
On Monday (11 May 2020), the Bitcoin Halving event took place for the first time in four years.
This was where the miners reward for Bitcoins per block was cut by half, from 12.5 Bitcoin down to 6.25.
I told you I expected Bitcoin to rally in the next couple of months.
Not only because, historically the Bitcoin price rallies after every Bitcoin Halving event but because there is on... ››› more
I received an email the other day from David Deebs…
I'll leave you with the question he asked which I'm sure will resonate with a lot of my Trading Tips members…
“Timon, I’m still umming and ahhing whether this Red Hot Storm Trader Service is what I’ve been looking for to generate an extra income for my future. I think the final decider will be when I see WHY this... ››› more
In the last few weeks, we've finally seen good news come out for South Africa.
I don't want to go into too much detail, but I'll highlight a few of the main points including:
• More businesses and economic activity has started to resume since moving from Level-5 of the lockdown down to Level-4.
• The government has told South Africa that there will be no more load-shedding from Es... ››› more
March 2020, will be known as one of the most brutal months that the JSE and the equity markets have ever seen.
On 12 March, the index fell 9.51% and a further 11.98% on 16 March - two of the biggest daily drops since the 2008 Financial Crash.
CEO - JSE, Leila Fourie, said in an interview about the value drop and trade volumes:
“Over the past few weeks on average we've been processing... ››› more
On 3 February 2020, I sent out an article:
WARNING: The deadliest threat to the JSE
At the time the JSE All Share Index was trading at 55,000…
I predicted that the index would drop to 50,405 in a couple of weeks…
Did you miss ANOTHER triple-digit gain this last week?
Those canny Pickpocket Traders didn’t - thi... ››› more
The biggest fear you'll experience when trading is the fear of losing money:
· What if your trade goes against you?
· What if you pick the wrong time to enter a trade?
· What if you take your profits too early?
Pickpocket Trader just closed a massive 323% gain on the US 500…
In the same week... ››› more
Q. “I have a strange question and I don't know if you can help me…
On the one side I have your MATI Trader System which I follow and take trades around twice a week.
On the other side, I have this incredible desire where I would also like to take a few trades based on different market events that present themselves in a day…
Do you have any suggestions on how I can compromise bet... ››› more
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