I must say I'm quite surprised.
I had no idea that in 2022, there are a lot of traders who do not know that there are two ways to profit from the markets.
Whether the price moves up, you can profit.
Or if the market price crashes and burns, you can also profit BIG TIME.
And right now!
In fact, once you understand the concept - you'll only have one question for me…
Where o I fin... ››› more
Q. "Trader X recently sent out a Forex trade to short (sell) the EUR/ZAR. I am currently trading Forex CFDs and would like to ask how I can calculate the minimum rands risked per pip movement if I traded 5 CFDs. Do you have a formula to help with this?”
A. Hi John S, yes I can absolutely help with this.
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In our QA mailbox this past week...
Q. “I've been reading lately about trading bots and how they are designed to take trades without you having to look at a screen. I have a full-time job and I'm wondering if you know any trading bots that can run my trading account. Also, how would you go about trading with robots at a beginner level?”
A. As technology improves each year, we will start ... ››› more
I have been picking structured products for several years now and rarely have I seen a product as good as the one I've found this month.
Tell me where you've ever heard of an investment that:
Has a 100% capital guarantee,
Delivers 400% of UNCAPPED index performance,
Offers a guaranteed 12% tax-rate on your final return,
Is backed by an A-rated international bank, ... ››› more
China's second largest real estate developer is going bust.
The company is $300 billion in debt. And it is struggling to pay interest when payments are becoming due.
It's easy to think that an ailing real estate developer in China is an isolated case and it won't affect you…
But the thing is, China's real estate market is worth $55 trillion. It is bigger than the US stock market, and... ››› more
So you want to be a top Forex trader, but not sure how much to buy and sell when you take a trade.
Well to achieve this, you'll need to understand the concept called “lots”.
Believe me when I say, this can take hours to find out how it works and what is the ideal amount to buy or sell when it comes to Forex…
Well, look no further.
In this article, you'll learn exactly what a lo... ››› more
Did you know, there are only three charts you'll ever need to trade Forex.
Once you understand these three charts, you'll be able to plot any trading system on any chart with ease.
In this article, we'll illustrated the three most useful charts to trade Forex…
Let's get to them…
Pickpocket Trader jus... ››› more
If you're new to forex trading, you'll come across a number of terms and definitions that you may be unfamiliar with.
So what are the key terms you need to know?
Read on to find out…
Bank fast gains of 389%, 52%, 32.89%, 37% and 135%... Whether the market goes – DOWN or UP!
Join a select group of private South Afric... ››› more
The forex market's a $5.3 trillion per day industry.
Every day more money than you could ever imagine changes hands.
If you know what you're doing, trading forex is a great way to grab a thick, rich slice of this money for yourself. Interested?
I bet you are.
But don't jump in before you know these five golden rules for forex trading success…
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Q. "Hi Timon, I have a question about the article you sent out on Monday with the five reasons you expect the gold price to rally.
Do you believe that the Coronavirus outbreak is another reason to get into gold and why?"
A. There does seem to be a strong correlation between the spreading of the virus versus the increase in the gold price.
In fact, on Friday we saw gold move... ››› more
Q. "Further to your offer, I am considering purchasing the MATI Trader System Programme and the Forex Profit Box.
I am a lifetime member-do I qualify for any additional discounts on these two programmes?"
A. There are no special offers for both trading programmes as already they are at very affordable prices compared to most trading programmes which can normally cost from R15,000 up ... ››› more
“HI Timon, I have taken an AUD/USD demo Forex trade since I finished with the Forex Profit Box Programme.
My trade details were as follows:
1 Mini-lot: 10,000 units
Take profit: 0.6780
Is there a way I can manually calculate the profit in rands for my Forex trade? Thank you…”
A. I have a three-step checklist to calculate... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I'm looking at trading next year from fresh. To cut a long story short, I have finally found a trading system that delivers profits over time and now I'm just collecting data…
Do you have any trading goals that you look at, so I know I'm on the right page for 2020?”
A. The only way to set and prepare your trading goals, is by basing your results on a proven bac... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I read the weekly article where you expect the JSE ALSI40 to rally.
My question is, if Moody's does eventually decide to downgrade South Africa to junk what would happen and when is the next grading?”
A. The next possible downgrading for South Africa would happen as soon as March, if South Africa fails to come up with a plan with “Credible debt-stabilisation”.
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Q. “Once you've entered your trade, is there a process or criteria you use or follow that tells you when to close your trade?”
A. When it comes to following my MATI Trader System, I have a fixed set of criteria that tells me when to exit or close my trade every time I take a trade.
In fact, I have four criteria:
Reason #1: Your initial stop loss hits
The s... ››› more
What would you prefer? A pay out of R5.5 million the day you retire, or lifetime guaranteed income of R46,772 per month every month till you pass away.
If you started saving R300 per month towards your retirement in 1978 (roughly 7.5% of the average household income back then) you'd sit with exactly that choice today…
So what's the best choice? How do you ensure that your money lasts you a... ››› more
Back in 2015 I made a quick 56% return from Trustco Holdings. Back then, the share looked like it had a lot of promise.
And had I held on, I could've made even bigger gains as the share continued rising - now sitting at R10 a share from its 2015 lows of 255c.
But my reasons for selling the share were, and are still valid.
The CEO sold personal assets to the company under questionable cond... ››› more
You see him everywhere.
TV, radio, inbox, books, events, DVDs, Websites, groups, newspapers, social media… You name it.
He's become a house hold name. In fact, he's pretty much family to you. When you meet him, it's like you've known him your whole life!
And his heart is in a good place. Because his passion in life is to do just one thing.
To help and guide fellow novice and expe... ››› more
I want to show you how you can turn R10,000 into R87,400. Or to turn R100,000 into R874,000 with this one trading strategy.
I need to be honest though…
There is no fool-proof system for making money. Trading always carries risk. But I've worked HARD to perfect this system - to eliminate as much risk as possible.
And that's why, with my strategy, you will win more than you lose. Earlier ... ››› more
Two weeks ago I posted an article where I made a prediction on where gold is more likely to be going next.
The target I said was $1,550. At the time gold was trading at $1,305 an ounce.
If you missed it, you can catch up at the end of the article.
Since then, I've been overwhelmed by the number of questions you've asked me about this article.
Whether I'm checking emails, presenting at ... ››› more
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