With the Rugby World Cup happening later this year, the Super Rugby tournament is a gold mine of information.
Not only will we be able to profit each week from the games but it will also give us key insight into which teams from which countries have the strongest players.
But first, we need to analyse the game format and the 1st round of fixtures.
Let's get started…
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Q. “I've recently bought Advanced Health shares. On Friday, the share price suddenly moved from around 90 cents down to 85 cents. Was there a news event announced or what happened? Where do you think the share price will move to next?”
A. Unfortunately, there has not been one SENS news announcement since December 2018. The news announcement only mentioned about the upcoming AGMs an... ››› more
So far we've already made two big predictions on Gold and the South African rand and where your money should be.
Today I'm going to let you in on my 3rd prediction for the year – The Euro (EUR/USD).
It seems like Europe is out of the limelight when it comes to the debt crisis with the PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece an... ››› more
Last week I made my first prediction on gold.
Click here to catch up if you missed it. Today I'm going to let you in on my 2nd prediction for the year – The South African rand.
In the last three months we’ve seen the rand strengthen from R15.40 down to R13,70.
We’ve seen the petrol price drop from over R16 down to R13,70 as well.
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The aim of any sports bettor is to make accurate predictions of what is likely to happen during an event.
A common mistake most sports bettors make when trying to predict a game of soccer, is trying to predict everything. From the result of the match, number of corners, will both teams score, under/over; the list just goes on and on…
Instead of trying to predict everything, focusing on o... ››› more
Happy New Year! I trust you had a fantastic festive time with your loved ones.
I'm looking forward to helping you make 2019 your most successful trading year yet! I've spent the last two weeks, doing intensive technical analysis on all my charts on the watch list.
Over the next five weeks I'll be sending you my top five predictions on gold, the JSE, the rand, the euro and oil.
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Can you believe it?
Two years ago, the rand would have cost you R20 for one pound.
Due to local reasons, at the time, we saw the unsettling cabinet reshuffles, nepotism and corruption on our former president.
And early this month, we saw the rand hit R20 to the pound yet again.
Only this time we are seeing local and international factors for the rand's slump and worse - future weak... ››› more
I've been quiet about gold for a long time now.
In fact, for the last six years watching gold has been almost as fun as watching paint dry.
It's been moving in a sideways range between $1,050 and $1,400.
And it's taken this long to form a pattern, one that it's finally ready to break out of.
In fact, once it breaks out, I expect it to rise by at least 16%.
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If you ask any trader how trading is going on the JSE, you'll hear the same thing.
“It's damn difficult.”
“The JSE can't decide on direction”
So whether you buy or sell, chances are you've got it wrong!
But if you know how to read a ‘Blue Diamond', you would know how to profit in this environment.
Let me show you what I mean…
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Happy new year everyone, I hope you all had a good break and did tons of holiday shopping for your friends and family!
Why? Because yesterday marked the beginning of the retail reporting season. And, in the next couple of weeks we're going to see just how much South African's spent at the shops in December.
There is no doubt the market is expecting a super tough Xmas period for the beleag... ››› more
Gold is a funny creature.
When the stock markets perform well, you'll see gold sleeping.
When the economy is stable, the world at peace and there is nothing troubling in the media - it's like gold doesn't exist.
And what I mean by this is that, gold goes sideways.
But right now, as global turmoil rises, North Korea threatens a nuclear war, economies crumble as global debt accelerates a... ››› more
If you haven't noticed by now, I don't get influenced by what's HOT in the media.
Last week I spoke about my prediction, where I believe the rand will weaken to R16.80. If you missed it, you can look for the article "I was wrong".
If you search MoneyWeb.co.za, the Star and Business Day live ,you'll see the media is bombarding readers on why the rand is expected to weaken.
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Today I want to tell you about a profit opportunity within the next one to three months.
The metal I'm talking about is found in your TV, monitors, refrigerators, dishwashers, blenders, cars and even your cell phones.
In fact, it's the metal that's been used for over 10,717 years and still is the most widely used metal in the world.
Not only that…
For the first time in two years, I ... ››› more
What you're about to read might be great for South Africans, but not so great for the UK.
Just a few months ago I was in London burning my fingers from every purchase. At the time the GBP/ZAR was trading at R23.00 to one pound.
So every item of clothing, gadget and snack I bought in Regent Street was around four times more expensive than here in SA.
MC Donalds alone on average was around ... ››› more
Pips, strength, weakness, ZAR, USD!
If you've watched Bloomberg, CNBC or sky news, it can be a daunting task to try and understand all of these jargon Forex terms.
But what If I could show you how to understand these currency pairs in a way you'll never forget it.
I'm not going to bore you with too much information. In fact, one chart is all we need to make sure you remember how to und... ››› more
Ask any South African. “Where do you think the rand is going next” You'll probably hear answers like I've been hearing, “The rand is going down the drain”, “going to hell, “going to S#^t” But not me! Today I'm going against 99% of what South Africans say, as I expect the rand to go up from here.
Read on to see why…
I haven’t made a wrong prediction yet!
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As I write to you today, I feel silly.
I've just done a thorough analysis on gold, and what I see is absolutely unprecedented.
In the last couple of years, we've seen gold go from $1,900 down to $1,076 an ounce.
But looking at the chart, you've seen nothing yet! Gold was a safe haven and now it’s a living hell!
What you’re looking at is the monthly chart of the Gold Index.
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On a daily basis, headlines bombard you. Whilst many of these headlines are promoting news events, a lot of them over exaggerate the underlying story.
When it comes to the financial markets, this is certainly the case. After a roller coaster ride on the markets over the past couple of months, it's easy to see why you could think the stock markets are going to crash.
But should you pay attent... ››› more
This year alone gold has dropped over $200. And all those gold bulls you hear on CNBC and in the newspapers are in trouble.
You know I don't understand these golden bulls. They try to convince you to buy gold and sell everything else. It's gotten to the point where their EGO is more important than what's actually going on.
But hold on, with a pompous headline like “My big prediction where ... ››› more
When many people begin trading, they start listening to the stock market rumour mill. This can lead them to start guessing where the market is going next.
Putting on trades based on these predictions is one way of quickly losing money trading.
Let's take a closer look why and what you should do instead…
Predictions tend to be pure guesswork
Once you begin trading, you’ll become ... ››› more
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