“Timon since Joe Biden won the elections, do you think it is another reason why we can expect the American markets to help the JSE rally from here?”
A. Oh absolutely… In fact, when Joe Biden won the elections, that week was the start of both a local and global rally.
And in just one month, the JSE and the American markets broke out of their downtrend, and have been edg... ››› more
Have you ever wanted to kick yourself because you sold a stock that just kept going up and up?
It happens to the best of us…
Earlier this year, at Red Hot Penny Shares it happened with DRD Gold.
We bought the stock at 265c in June 2019 and sold it at 1577c in May 2020.
Adding in the dividends we received I was very happy with a 519.62% gain.
A mere 2 months later the stock hi... ››› more
Over the past few months, we've witnessed a number of big money investors and businesses take a keen interest in Bitcoin…
Last month, billionaire Paul Tudor Jones backed the largest crypto deeming it “the best inflation trade”…
$92 billion fintech giant, Square, recently bought $50 million worth of bitcoin…
$253 billion company PayPal announced it will allow crypto transactio... ››› more
Since Joe Biden won the US presidential elections, there's been good news flooding both local and global markets.
Look at the JSE…
In the last month alone, it's rallied over 11% erasing the 2020 losses for the year…
We have an excellent chance of finishing off positive in 2020, despite all we've been through!
And that's just the JSE…
We also saw France up 21%, Italy up o... ››› more
Property stocks on the JSE have had an atrocious year.
Right now, they're still around 46% lower than they were one year ago.
We all know that many landlords, especially in the retail space, had empty shops and tenants that couldn't pay during the hard lockdown…
But the property index has started a turnaround. Since 1 November 2020 the SA Listed Property Index (SAPY) is up 15.81%.
... ››› more
Q. “Timon I've been a trader for the last three years following your tips and strategy. My portfolio is up but only a tiny amount. Could you give me some signs to see if I'm on my way to trading success?”
A. By the sounds of it Grant, it looks like you’re well on your way to becoming a great trader.
I do have a quick three-point check list that I use to see if a trader... ››› more
Just hours after Bitcoin rose to within $7 of its record high of $19,511, it crashed…
On Thursday 26 November, the top cryptocurrency by market value quickly fell around $3,000 to just over $16,200.
The sudden rout caught many crypto analysts, investors and traders off guard.
So, what's behind the $3,000 decline?
These three reasons might just be the answer…
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A reader of mine sent me an article yesterday asking this:
“Hi Timon, I've seen Bitcoin rally from $10,000 up to $19,400. My only question is, why haven't you been taking advantage of it and sending out trade ideas on Bitcoin?”
I don’t know whether you’re not reading all of my emails, whether your emails are going to junk or if you haven’t white listed Trading Tips – bu... ››› more
For years now the Crypto asset space has been marred by companies like MIT, MMM Global and more. While there was nothing wrong with the asset class as such - the industry was like the wild west.
Until recently when there was a crypto scam, or investors were defrauded there was basically nothing to be done.
The SARB said that it did not regulate crypto currencies, and investors should conta... ››› more
Bitcoin has been on a tear lately.
In fact, it's been on a tear for most of 2020 - up nearly 150%.
It's just that the media has only started giving it attention again now that it is closing in on its previous all-time high.
It recently breached the $18,000 mark for the first time since 2017 - rising over 30% in the past month alone.
You shouldn't be surprised by this rally.
I'm... ››› more
Last week was crazy for all sorts of reasons…
Bitcoin hit $16,000 - the highest level since 2018.
The JSE rallied over 7%.
Covid-19 cases spiked in the US and Europe forcing new lockdown measures.
However, the main focus on everybody's mind was the highly anticipated US elections on Tuesday.
Although the election may still be contested (due to Trump's legal challenges), there... ››› more
Financial advisors hate penny stocks… Fund managers barely ever invest in them.
But if there's one thing that these tiny shares have shown over the years it's that they've got huge upside potential.
In 2020 alone Red Hot Penny Shares reader have banked a 274% gain on Pan African Resources, 519% on DRD Gold and 111% on Quantum Food Holdings…
Most investors can only dream of these kind ... ››› more
Q. “Timon you were right about the delay in the voting in the USA, due to the counting of hand mail.
But now the big question is.
What can we expect with the US stock markets, with Joe Biden becoming the next American President?”
A. I did some research on the weekend. When I went to back-test the US stock markets over the last 23 election years, what I found might surprise ... ››› more
Humans took thousands of years to understand fire, stone tools and the wheel…
But in the 20th Century, it only took us about 30 years to turn the personal computer and internet into two of the most revolutionary inventions in the modern world.
And over the past 15 years, we've gone from a world where only a handful of people had smartphones and DVD players, to a world where billions own ... ››› more
Right now everyone's talking about the US presidential elections. While the US president doesn't directly affect us - what happens to the US economy affects the entire world. So, there's definitely some merit in keeping an eye on the Americans…
Similarly - in 2021 we'll have local government elections again in SA as well.
So how do elections affect the stock market? And is there anything... ››› more
Square - A $73 billion e-Commerce giant made a big bet on Bitcoin in October.
This is not the first time the company's backed the cryptocurrency.
In 2018, it expanded its mobile payment service Cash App to support Bitcoin trading, even for users without a bank account.
And in 2019 it launched Square Crypto, which awards grants to Bitcoin developers and designers.
Square's bullishne... ››› more
Election, Stimulus, Resurgence and Rectangle.
These four words, could be the underlying reasons for a major Dow Jones crash.
I'm sure you felt things were starting to get better, economically, socially and mentally.
We were wrong…
The next COVID-19 wave has already hit America and Europe, and it's a matter of time before it comes back to South Africa.
And I'm d... ››› more
Transnet results are out - and they're shocking.
The company had irregular expenditure of R10 billion for the year, losses on revaluations of R31.1 billion and a comprehensive loss for the year at R18.4 billion.
On the back of this I'm sure you've seen trains being burned, looted or sabotaged during the last year or so.
While this is a sad state of affairs, something we're getting more... ››› more
Benjamin Graham' value investing strategy is widely believed to be the most successful of all time.
And while many of you may not know much about Ben Graham, I'm sure all of you have heard of Warren Buffett and are keenly aware of his success as an investor.
What you may not realise is Warren Buffett was a student of Benjamin Graham and he bases his success as a stock picker on what he l... ››› more
It's a good question.
Global investors are currently flocking to the large developed market technology companies.
Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Google, Netflix, Microsoft and Nvidia have all shown incredible year-to-date returns.
The low interest rate environment post-Covid has once again sparked a global hunt for yield. And, since fixed-income returns are in the toilet, conservative invest... ››› more
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