You're on a game show, and there are three doors.
Behind one of those doors, is the car of your dreams!
Behind the others are just two plain old goats…
So, you choose door number one.
The game show host goes to door number two, opens it, and reveals it's a goat.
He gives you the opportunity to change your choice and choose door number three.
Do you sta... ››› more
Have you ever heard of the following?
• The Vig
• The Juice or
• The percentage
It’s the cut the bookie takes on each bet you make.
It’s how they stay in business.
But, their cut or margin can affect your end pay-out.
And each bookie has a different cut to attract more bettors.
In today’s article I want to show yo... ››› more
Ever look at the betting odds and wonder what they represent?
I know you all understand what a favourite is and who the underdogs are.
But, the odds tell an even bigger story and it's one I know you'll be interested in hearing.
You see, it's all about…
Make Double Your Money Without Knowing a Thing About Trading
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While I was cycling at the gym yesterday, Irvan, one of my Red Hot Storm Trader subscriber's introduced himself to me.
We chatted about how he started trading and his passion for trading the markets.
As I was about to leave, he asked a very good question,
"How do I choose what stocks to buy?"
I answered back with two words, “Healthy and Blue”.
I'm sure right now, you have t... ››› more
April and May have been full of public holidays…
And if you took advantage of them with a relaxing holiday, then getting back into trading can be a daunting task.
In fact, D.G feels exactly the same. Here's what he asked me…
“I've just come back from a relaxing holiday in the Maldives, and now I'm ready to get back in the stock markets.
What can I do to get back into trading aft... ››› more
You're a professional poker player sitting at a table competing in the WPT Emperors Palace National Poker Championship.
While you're sitting at the table, you fold more times than you play, and this is your secret strategy.
And at the end of the game, you end up walking away with a R1 million rand cheque, winning the
Emperors poker championship…
Sounds great right... ››› more
Let's cut straight to the chase!
I have a profit opportunity for you today, but you don't have much time!
I've been watching and waiting for this, over the last five months, and now it's finally here.
What is it you ask?
The financial sector is ready to shine again!
The index I’m talking about is the JSE-Financial 15 Index which has 15 of the largest financial companies listed... ››› more
Bad news keeps penetrating the markets:
- Continuous strikes!
- Disgruntled employees!
- Interest rate hikes!
- Inflation devastation
and so many other economic issues.
In fact, I haven't held a share longer than three months in over five years.
But today, I'm putting my foot-down and I'm buying into this sector big time!
I've waited five years for this sector to break out and now... ››› more
Dear Money Morning reader,
Food companies fundamentals are looking very bleak.With higher input costs, job cuts, tougher competition and much higher consumer prices, this is putting strain on the companies share prices.
Last week, I sat down to do analysis on the Food Producing Index, and I was struck by this reversal pattern.
Looking at the charts, you can expect the Food Producers Inde... ››› more
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