We bought into Dischem back in May at R30.50 and added to it in July at R28.00 banking us 12.5% when we closed it at our trailed stop loss.
Today, it has fallen again below R30.00 and support should build at R28.00 with any sell-offs below that level being short lived.
Management provided an update to expected earnings for 2019 that will be a tailwind for the share price to move back above... ››› more
Moving averages are a popular tool used by many traders. They work well with a number of underlying assets.
Moving averages could be the perfect trading tool to add to your CFD trading arsenal.
So how can you generate buy and sell signals with moving averages?
Let's take a look…
Why you should use two moving averages when looking for CFD trades
You can just use one moving avera... ››› more
Technical analysis can work really well with forex trading.
There are a wide number of different tools at your disposal. One group of tools looks at the divergence of the price of a currency pair and an oscillator.
One of these oscillators is the stochastic oscillator.
So how do you know when the stochastic oscillator generates buy and sell signals when you trade forex? And what settings ... ››› more
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