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  • Why the rising petrol price is here to stay
  • The petrol price in South Africa is breaking the R20 a litre level. December 2020 it sold for R14.26 a litre. That's an increase of 41.6% Sure - the 2020 level for petrol prices was a low base. Covid reduced demand and the oil price was really low. But the huge increases we're seeing now are hurting - and they'll definitely affect business as well. -------------------------------------------... ››› more
  • [03 December 2021]
  • Why Brent Crude is heading up to $80 a barrel!
  • I believe there is one commodity that can be seen as an indicator for a recovering world economy. Brent Crude… Think about it… We need oil to run just about anything nowadays. We need oil for transport, for electricity and to run massive operations. Last year, I was extremely pessimistic and expected the price of oil to drop to $30. Which it did… And this year, my analysi... ››› more
  • [02 June 2021]
  • Is oil really on its way out?
  • Dear reader,   In a recent statement oil giant Shell said “oil production peaked in 2019, and that we can now expect it to decline gradually by 1 or 2% per year.”   Oil major BP has come out by itself making a similar claim. According to BP the world has reached ‘peak oil’.   BP expects oil demand to fall by AT LEAST 10% this decade and up to 50% in the next 20 ye... ››› more
  • [25 March 2021]
  • Why two new vaccines and an Opec deal will pump the oil price over 18% before year-end
  • Pinch me. I feel like I'm in a dream. In the span of two weeks we've have good news overflow the markets. We had Joe Biden win the elections. Then a few days later, two vaccines come out to end the Covid-19 pandemic. And both local and global markets have rallied over 4% in that time. And when I went to my charts, I saw a commodity that is ready for an 18% rally. I'm talki... ››› more
  • [24 November 2020]
  • How to NEVER get “Squeezed Out” of your trading positions
  • “Timon do you believe that with the second wave of COVID-19 cases in Europe will also cause the price of Brent Crude to drop in price?” A. Absolutely! Thank you for reminding me Joe.   In fact, it’s one of the main factors I forgot to mention in this week’s article.   In the last month, we have seen a resurgence in infections throughout Europe.   We have see... ››› more
  • [14 October 2020]
  • Why oil dropping below $40 is a major threat to the global economy
  • To think, in 2011, Brent Crude was at $120 barrel. And today is barely hanging onto $40. This was all thanks to the Corona-crisis. In fact, we are now seeing a resurgence in Europe with new restrictions and lockdowns. And just look at who's contracted the virus. • President Donald Trump and the first lady • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson • Brazil's Jair Bolsnaro • ... ››› more
  • [13 October 2020]
  • Why the oil price crash could be bad for farmers - and great for this stock
  • The oil price crash, and subsequent low demand for fuel worldwide could be seen as a positive for businesses. Transport costs come down - meaning extra cash in the bank. You'd expect the same for farmers. But the low oil price could actually be a big negative for maize farmers the world over… Let me explain.   ________________________________________     Here&... ››› more
  • [29 May 2020]
  • Buy these two shares for post Covid 19 profits
  • This week we follow on with two more investment themes set to perform in the new economic reality, which will evolve post Covid 19 lockdowns.   • Alcohol & Tobacco   These are seen as defensive sectors and have been known to perform better than food in times of recession. The relaxation of alcohol sales by some countries in the SADC region from the beginning of June should see s... ››› more
  • [26 May 2020]
  • The Butterfly Effect may blow up Africa
  • You may have heard of the Butterfly Effect. Chaos theory predicts it is possible for the flap of a butterfly's wing in China to cause a hurricane in the US. Though this sounds like fantasy, we may actually be witnessing one of the greatest “butterfly effects” in history. A little while ago, likely in 2019, a single virus particle made a jump from bats to humans. In terms of scale, this... ››› more
  • [30 April 2020]
  • Why the oil crash is far from over
  • On Monday, while I was doing my weekly market analysis, I saw something I've never seen before. For the first time in history, the US WTI (West Texas Intermediate) oil prices crashed below zero. At first, I thought this was just a glitch on my trading platform. But then, just minutes later, it was the breaking news event of the day. When I did the research, I realised that the demand f... ››› more
  • [29 April 2020]
  • Here's how to profit as the Oil Price Collapsed to -$40.32 last night
  • Headlines this morning will be dominated by the fact that WTI traded at -$40.32 a barrel before settling at just over $1. Most retail investors will be thinking they have missed out on the trade of a lifetime when Oil trades above $20 today (when the June contract starts trading). But the only people who could have made big money buying oil at near zero or negative are those who can take p... ››› more
  • [23 April 2020]
  • JSE ALSI: TARGET REACHED ✔️
  • On 3 February 2020, I sent out an article: WARNING: The deadliest threat to the JSE At the time the JSE All Share Index was trading at 55,000… I predicted that the index would drop to 50,405 in a couple of weeks…   ________________________________________   Did you miss ANOTHER triple-digit gain this last week?   Those canny Pickpocket Traders didn’t - thi... ››› more
  • [03 April 2020]
  • Why the Coronavirus and the Russia- Saudi Price-War will send oil down another 51%
  • All I can say is… “That escalated quickly.” On the 10th of February I sent out the article “BREAKING: Is this the next Oil Crisis?” And last week in a matter of seconds, the oil price fell over 30%, striking right through my first target price. This was Brent Crude's biggest one-day percentage drop since the start of the Gulf War in 1991. And I haven't even mentio... ››› more
  • [16 March 2020]
  • My predictions for Oil were spot on!
  • On 10 February 2020, Timon Rossolimos, sent out an article:    Breaking: Is this the next oil crisis?   At the time the oil price was trading at $54.49 per barrel…   Timon predicted that Brent Crude would fall to $42.48 in a couple of weeks…   This was due to the following factors…    • Major travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus meant less ... ››› more
  • [11 March 2020]
  • Breaking: Is this the next oil crisis?
  • Brent crude has had an abysmal start of the year. As things stand, the price is hovering around $50 per barrel which is the lowest it's been in over 12 months. A major, if not ONLY factor, that's resulted in the drop in brent crude is the Coronavirus. As I write this, the virus has already infected more than 17,000 Chinese people and more than 350 have died. The numbers are rising on... ››› more
  • [10 February 2020]
  • Why the attack on Turkey and Syria can lead to a 46% rise in Brent Crude
  • In this week's episode of the Trump versus the world, Turkey seems to be in the spot light. Last week Monday, President Trump said that he was going to apply heavy duties, boost tariffs on the country's steel to 50% from 25%, authorise sanctions on Turkey and cut off a $100 billion trade deal following Ankara's invasion of north-east Syria. This is a major concern for analysts worldwide a... ››› more
  • [22 October 2019]
  • Sasol: When mega-projects turn into mega-mistakes
  • A couple of years ago Sasol announced it would enter the US market by building an ‘ethane cracker'. A massive petrochemicals plant called Lake Charles that would require it to invest nearly as much as its market cap was at the time. The company said this was where its future lay, and the project would change the face of the company forever. Right now however Sasol shares are at their low... ››› more
  • [11 September 2019]
  • The Return of the Tanker Wars
  • It's been like something out of a movie this month. I'd call the movie something like "The Return of the Tanker Wars". If you're old enough, you'll remember the 80s, when the oil tankers were targeted by US warships in the fight against Iran. Fast forward to today and already this year, we've seen six oil tankers that have been attacked in the Gulf of Oman and now near the U.A.E. ... ››› more
  • [24 June 2019]
  • A new alternative energy to challenge battery operated cars is emerging
  • Electric cars have been the only answer to reducing the world's dependence on oil and reducing carbon emissions. China specifically has led the charge in electric car sales in an effort to reduce its smog ridden cities. This has seen electric car sales in China surpass 1 million cars a year. Expectations are that China alone will sell more than 1.8 million electric cars in 2019 - but t... ››› more
  • [09 May 2019]
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