“What is the difference between “Red Hot Storm Trader”, “PickPocket Trader” and “The Winning Streak”?
Majority of our FSPInvest.co.za members have no idea about the differences between our three exclusive trader services.
Today, I'm going to discuss these trader services through this week's Q&A, in one simple table.
By the end, you'll know exactly what they are all about ... ››› more
How to get your trading questions answered by Timon himself
Q. “Timon, I'm sorry to ask you on Twitter but I need to know. Where can I ask my trading and investing questions to get answers direct from FSP Invest analysts”
A. You may ask all your questions in the comments in the Q&A section of our Facebook page by clicking here.
If you don't have Face... ››› more
I'm sure you're thinking, WHAT!?
Normally when you hear of a bearish pattern, you'd expect a market to drop in price.
So how can I expect the JSE to rise?
Today I'm going to explain my unusual prediction on the JSE and how you can bank a 664% gain.
If you missed the gold prediction then you still have a chance to bank a 489% gain from the rise in gold - Go here.
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So far we've already made two big predictions on Gold and the South African rand and where your money should be.
Today I'm going to let you in on my 3rd prediction for the year – The Euro (EUR/USD).
It seems like Europe is out of the limelight when it comes to the debt crisis with the PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece an... ››› more
Q. "I know taking losses comes with trading. However, I never know if the loss was part of my trading plan or if I could have avoided the loss. Are there any questions I should ask and answer when I take a loss to make sure I'm on the right path?"
A. If you're not sure if the loss was part of the trading plan, or just a mistake then next time make sure you answer these five cr... ››› more
Q. “I'm looking to start trading this year, but I want to find the right broker first. What questions should I ask a broker before I trade with them?”
A. I have 10 important questions you need to ask any broker before you decide to trade with them.
Q1. What variety of local and international trading markets do you offer?
Q2. What trading derivatives... ››› more
Happy New Year! I trust you had a fantastic festive time with your loved ones.
I'm looking forward to helping you make 2019 your most successful trading year yet! I've spent the last two weeks, doing intensive technical analysis on all my charts on the watch list.
Over the next five weeks I'll be sending you my top five predictions on gold, the JSE, the rand, the euro and oil.
Here'... ››› more
Normally when a trader takes a trade, they follow a specific trading plan with strict entry, exit and money management rules.
I do exactly the same thing, but with a twist.
What if I told you I have a secret signal, you can use to increase your chances of profiting from a trade.
Today, I'm going to let you in on this secret signal and tell you how to increase your chances of success wi... ››› more
Last week I revealed three of the most important trading habits you'll need to adapt to become a successful trader.
These habits were based on one of the most popular financial books of all time called “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
It's one book that I like to read and absorb every five years, to apply to my trading and with life.
If you missed it, you... ››› more
Over the weekend I read one of my favourite books of all time.
I'm sure you've read it or at least heard of the legend and late Steven Covey's 'Seven Habits of Highly Effective People'.
To put it briefly, the book is about finding ways to adapt to common traits that are believed to help with any person's success.
Well, every five years I read it again to see how I can relate to and ... ››› more
This is normal for a newbie trader.
You've just gone through a winning streak where you've banked three winners in a row.
At this stage you start to feel like you own the market where you think you've cracked the code to successful trading.
You then decide to bet bigger than you ever have.
Once you enter this frame of mind, you'll see that you can destroy your portfolio very quickl... ››› more
Everyone wants to be apart 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 15 years and now I wish to give back to you.
Today I'm go... ››› more
Over the past month I've warned you about how the ongoing issues with the emerging markets, the rising petrol prices and with a sudden change with the ANC cabinet, we've seen the rand to weaken back to R15.00 per US dollar.
This has resulted in the JSE collapsing over 14% in the matter of two months.
While the JSE was in free fall, I noticed that investors were starting to pile their money... ››› more
It may seem obvious that if you take a 5% loss, you'll need just over 5% return to recover your portfolio.
But as you lose more, you'll need to recover exponentially more than the actual percentage lost.
Traders call this series of consecutive losses – the drawdown.
Many traders just don’t think about what they’ll need to recover during a losing period.
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In early July this year,
I announced the demise of the South African rand. At that time, the currency was trading at R13.00 per US Dollar.
With the economy shrinking 0.7%, the petrol price jumping to R17.00 per liter and added pressure to emerging currencies led by the Turkish Lira and Argentina Peso, the rand has been hit hard.
Today it will cost you R14.40 for j... ››› more
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