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Q. Hi Timon, on Tuesday I bought Sibanye Gold for R826. So far, it has made R1,836 profit. Should I close the trade or let it run more? C
Answer by Timon Rossolimos, Red Hot Storm Trader
Asking me this question is ver... ››› more
• Married to Manchester United
• The obsession to win
• Discipline - The key to success
With 49 trophies, Sir Alex Fergusson is one of football’s greatest managers.
With his most recent book, Leading Sir Alex Ferguson gave us an insider’s view of his winning ways as manager of both Manchester United and Aberdeen.
So, what can sports bettors, like us le... ››› more
Question by Limo Krafe:
Timon, you have no idea how depressed I am this past month.
I thought I'd try and invest in Bitcoin.
And I had everything ready for the trade of the century.
I had the strategy, the money, the account opened. But then I panicked and froze. I just didn't push that buy button to take the investment.
And today, I look at my account and I look at the Bitcoin chart,... ››› more
Gold is a funny creature.
When the stock markets perform well, you'll see gold sleeping.
When the economy is stable, the world at peace and there is nothing troubling in the media - it's like gold doesn't exist.
And what I mean by this is that, gold goes sideways.
But right now, as global turmoil rises, North Korea threatens a nuclear war, economies crumble as global debt accelerates a... ››› more
Let's paint a scenario.
You're at your computer, feeling “ready” to take on the financial market.
You see a trade has lined up and you're ready to buy a position.
You put in your trading levels and push the enter button, which get's you into your trade.
There's no going back.
All of a sudden…
You have this stomach curdling feeling. “Am I about to lose a whole lot of money... ››› more
Early in the week, I was waiting for a trade to line up. For the entire day, nothing lined up.
There was a moment where I felt trigger happy. I just wanted to take a trade for the sake of taking a trade.
I didn't have a plan for the trade, I just had this urge. You can say I felt a gambling mentality moment.
But because I've been in the market long enough to know better, I saved myself f... ››› more
“Timon why don't you be a man and risk 10% per trade?”
“I'm not going to get rich with risking 2% of my portfolio per trade, I'm sticking to 10%”.
I constantly get these snarky emails trying to convince me to change the way I trade.
I don't care about how amazing your trading strategy is.
There are two things I'm going to say.
Firstly, Don't worry about what I'm doing, ... ››› more
The best lessons in life are those learnt through experience.
And today, I'm going to post some of these lessons.
However, they won't be from what I learnt from trading.
Instead, I'm going to post some lessons my newbie subscriber traders have learnt during their first month of trading.
Take the first lesson for example…
“Boet, as soon as you take a trade according to you... ››› more
If you're serious about making a consistent income on the markets, you'll save today's article and work through it carefully at your own pace.
I can thank Johan, one of my Trading Tips reader's, for posing this important question on how to go from opening your trading account to actually taking real-live trades.
“Hi Timon, I've just subscribed to Trading Tips and am interest... ››› more
• Have you claimed your free CryptoCurrency Book yet?
• Which Crypto-currency brokers are the best?
• Where do I find the best Forex charting platform?
• What are the best stocks to invest in?
Q. “I have plan to start trading crypto-currencies but my problem is that I don't know which are legit brokers I can use. Please help.” ~ M
Answer by Joshua Bent... ››› more
If you haven't noticed by now, I don't get influenced by what's HOT in the media.
Last week I spoke about my prediction, where I believe the rand will weaken to R16.80. If you missed it, you can look for the article "I was wrong".
If you search MoneyWeb.co.za, the Star and Business Day live ,you'll see the media is bombarding readers on why the rand is expected to weaken.
I like to write ... ››› more
Today I want to tell you about a profit opportunity within the next one to three months.
The metal I'm talking about is found in your TV, monitors, refrigerators, dishwashers, blenders, cars and even your cell phones.
In fact, it's the metal that's been used for over 10,717 years and still is the most widely used metal in the world.
Not only that…
For the first time in two years, I ... ››› more
To think, last year I gave a target for Bitcoin going from $500 to $800.
And today we're looking at Bitcoin at $4,200!
And for the last eight days Bitcoin has “crashed” 12%.
Investors and traders are feeling the pressure and are worried it's a bubble waiting to pop.
But I'm grinning and ignoring the sentiment.
In fact, I'm nearly ready to pile into Bitcoin and hold to its new all-... ››› more
Here is what our dear members have to share about:
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Trading events held by Timon Rossolimos:
Forex 101 Workshop - Joburg - 16 September 2017
"Very pleasurable presentation. Lots of good information. Timon is a good pre... ››› more
I love my Rugby…
I truly do.
However, in saying that, I cannot seem to find any value in betting on the final outcome of the game.
This doesn't mean I have given up on betting on one of my favourite sports, it just means I have to look elsewhere to find value.
In doing so I have found just that.
Let me explain…
Betting on Rugby - and finding value
Let’s look on... ››› more
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