“Timon I don't know how you do it, but thank you for that 29% gain in one day. I took the JSE ALSI CFD trade last week with Red Hot Storm Trader. But I have to ask you, how did you know the ALSI was going to just shoot up like that?”
There are two green flags that told me the ALSI was going to go up.
Two green flags which signalled a buy on the ALSI
Gre... ››› more
Would you believe there's just one company on the JSE Top 40 that every time it hits this particular trend line, the share price goes up every time?
I discovered this only just recently.
In fact, I tracked this share price all the way back to 2016 and found that this phenomenon occurred almost every time!
Any day now, I expect it’s going to hit thi... ››› more
Fun times we're living in.
We have two scenarios with oil in South Africa.
Oil goes up in price and the petrol price goes up.
Oil goes down in price and the petrol price STILL goes up.
So clearly, no matter which way the oil price goes, we are still going to pay higher petrol prices.
But there are ways to profit from the oil price, by just using one simple line.
Today I'm going to... ››› more
If you're a long-term investor, you may be more inclined to use fundamental analysis over technical analysis.
If this is how you approach investing, you may find it useful to add this technical indicator to your investing tool kit.
This technical indicator is moving averages. They can be very useful.
Let's take a closer look…
When to start investing in shares
If you’re about... ››› more
Technical analysis is all down to looking at a share's price action to work out what to do next. One of the most commonly used indicators is the moving average. But how can you use it to your advantage? Read on to find out more…
The “moving average” is an example of a useful technical analysis indicator, Dr Steve Sjuggerud in Investment U explains…
While shares fluctuate wildly over d... ››› more
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