Trump may have imposed 100s of billions of dollars on tariffs in the US China trade war and it seems he isn't about to stop there…
In fact, the trade war could escalate to a new level of madness where we see the US delist a number of Chinese companies from the US stock exchanges.
Just to put it into perspective, in February, as per government data, there were 156 companies that traded on... ››› more
If you're interested in making money in the US markets, I have an amazing opportunity for you today.
With the G20 coming to an end on a high note, with the US adding 100s of thousands of more jobs and with the Dow Jones hitting all-time highs, I believe this is just the start of a long run up.
In today's article, I'm going to highlight why the Dow Jones is set to fly over 16.69% in the nex... ››› more
I've got a friend that's a great trader and very passionate about the equity markets. Whenever he has a brilliant trade, he immediately sends me a screenshot of his amazing profits. And, when he has a bad trade he'll let me know about his disappointment.
However, these last few weeks he's been very quiet. As a matter of fact, he only let me know of one trade each week. And, I realised he contac... ››› more
At the end of 2013, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) began tapering its massive $85 billion a month stimulus programme. After the credit crisis hit, the US central bank stepped in to stimulus its ailing economy. As the US economy shows signs of improvement, the Fed continues to trim the stimulus. Yesterday's announcement saw the Dow Jones close at a record high. Let's take a closer look at what's goin... ››› more
Yesterday, for the first time ever the Dow Jones, America's largest market index, closed above 16,000 - That's a 146% gain since the lows of the financial crash.
At the same time, oil rallied to above $110 dollars per barrel.
And the US Fed is talking of tapering monetary stimulus.
But why should you care as a South African investor?
Well, all these factors come together to create the ... ››› more
Technical analysis is a system of selecting shares that some investors heavily rely on. By studying past price movements of shares, technical analysts hope to predict the future movement of share prices. But where did the idea come from? You might be surprised to learn that technical analysis was born over 100 years ago…
The acknowledged father of technical analysis is the American journalist,... ››› more
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