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  • My Personal Trading “cheat sheet”
  • My trading is governed by this cheat sheet which focuses on three things! • The first is trading goals. • The second, your trade reporting and how to spot a big trend. • Third, A trade analysis & execution plan. Sticking to this cheat sheet has made me a successful trader for the last 20 years and now I hope it can do the same for you… I've broken this cheat sheet into ... ››› more
  • [11 May 2022]
  • This overlooked material is key to the EV Boom
  • Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more popular. Nearly every automaker is debuting at least one new EV model this year. These models range from affordable sedans to luxury SUVs to super trucks. By appealing to every type of car owner, EV growth should exceed most forecasts. But this growth also comes with concerns over the supply of key battery materials. The ones that dominate t... ››› more
  • [21 April 2022]
  • The world markets are rallying but my money is on this one index!
  • It looks like things are finally heading up with the world's markets since Russia invaded Ukraine in late February. In fact, from the middle of February 2022 we have already seen the markets move up including: 7.6% for the JSE All share index 11.2% for UK's FTSE 100 8.8% for the Dow Jones 30 But that's not all… The star index that I see major upside to come is showing the most prom... ››› more
  • [07 April 2022]
  • Tectonic Changes: The Soft Commodity Shift
  • In the modern age things always seem to happen quickly. A few weeks ago, I explained how the Russian invasion of the Ukraine and the associated sanctions could potentially lead to a shift in world order. It seems this is happening far more quickly than I expected. We have now seen firm commitments from European countries to massively increase their defence spending. We've also seen tangible ... ››› more
  • [28 March 2022]
  • There are good and BAD gold investments -which ones are they?
  • When war hits, inflation soars, and the economy struggles, investors seek out gold. This is advice many investors have heard over again. And considering the price of gold is up from $1,791 in January this year to a high of $2,043 - and still floating around $1,950 this is pertinent advice. But here's the thing… There are good ways to invest in gold. And then there are BAD ways to invest... ››› more
  • [24 March 2022]
  • What you need to do BEFORE and AFTER each trading day
  • There's one reason you're subscribed to Trading Tips. You want to make a living trading the financial markets with ease. But to achieve this, you need to have a plan to turn your financial dreams and visions into a reality. Step #1 was to join Trading Tips. Step #2: is to join my weekly trading alerts and updates service through Red Hot Storm Trader. But do you know what step 3 is? ... ››› more
  • [17 March 2022]
  • $2,000 Gold! Why Pan Af is printing money
  • The gold price hit $2,000 in the past week. Right now it's trading as high as $2055. In rand terms it broke the R1 million per kg level. Simply put - the gold price is soaring. And that's great news for companies that mine the metal. Right now, there's one South African miner specifically that I'm really positive about… ----------------------------------------------------------------... ››› more
  • [10 March 2022]
  • This trio of SA commodities get boosted by the European crisis
  • The war in Ukraine threatens further disruptions to already stretched supply chains. Whilst Ukraine and Russia are small compared to the likes of the US, China and Germany, they are essential suppliers of many raw materials crucial to supply chains down the line. So exactly which of these commodities will be hardest hit? And does that pose opportunity? Three commodities hit by the Ukraine cr... ››› more
  • [08 March 2022]
  • In the Mail Bag - Ukraine VS Russia
  • In our QA mailbox this past week... Q. “Timon I read the Monday article about why you expect gold to rally with the whole Russia and Ukraine invasion going on. I found it fascinating and would love to know more. I'm not sure if this is the right platform, but I don't know where else to ask. I believe this is going to be ongoing and that you're going to write a lot more on the current situatio... ››› more
  • [03 March 2022]
  • Why Russia and Ukraine's conflict could cause gold to rocket
  • I'm finally getting a strong reason to buy gold. Unfortunately, it comes off the back of bad news. And this news, is a potential war brewing between many different countries. If things escalate, it could be a World War 3 threat… Already, Russia, Ukraine, the EU, America, and the UK are talking about attacks, hacks, sanctions and even war threats… And guess what has been flying u... ››› more
  • [03 March 2022]
  • Facebook's share price is still falling… Should you buy the dip?
  • It's been a tough start for equity markets this year. Last night the Dow fell more than 600 points, which is the worst decline yet in 2022. And that's saying something. As I warned in November last year (near record highs for the tech-heavy Nasdaq) higher inflation numbers will put pressure on growth stocks. The Nasdaq composite fell another -2.9% last night. That means the index is now down -1... ››› more
  • [22 February 2022]
  • I think it's GAME-OVER for the South African Rand in 2022
  • Since last year, emerging currencies have been falling. Scrap that… CRASHING… We aren't sure why exactly, but I think it's all down to what is happening with the US. You see, the FED is expecting to raise their interest rates this year. This will help dampen the inflation rate. As this is good for the GDP and the economy, it will lead to US dollar strength and weakness among o... ››› more
  • [21 February 2022]
  • When will the SA economy recover from the pandemic crash?
  • In 2020 the South African economy saw an unprecedented crash because of the Covid-19 pandemic. In dollar terms our country's GDP dropped from $351.4 billion to $301.92 billion. That's roughly R740 billion that disappeared from our GDP overnight. Tourism came to a halt. Restaurants, hotels, gyms and car dealerships hit a massive slump. Property, specifically office space became a hot... ››› more
  • [17 February 2022]
  • When inflation hits a 31 year high - Where should you invest?
  • In December 2021 inflation in the USA rose past 7% for the first time in nearly 40 years. In the European Union, inflation hit 5% at the same time - by far the highest it has been in 25 years. To give you an idea, the highest inflation has gone in the EU since 2010 was around 2.5%. And there were actually times inflation was NEGATIVE. Here in SA, we even hit a four year high. In a rece... ››› more
  • [15 February 2022]
  • Eskom signs its own death warrant
  • If you haven't seen it yet, Eskom is asking Nersa for a 20.5% tariff increase for 2023. What's more - it plans on charging us both a fixed charge, as well as a variable charge. According to a Moneyweb interview the tariffs we're staring in the face could be huge. “For example, in the city of Cape Town, which is currently 272.4 cents per kilowatt hour, or R2.72.4 per kilowatt hour, that ... ››› more
  • [20 January 2022]
  • 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]
  • Did you miss my first prediction on the SP500? Here's my next one...
  • In July this year, I pinpointed 3 green lights for its rally to 4,600. And have you seen recently it's been trading at around 4,681 The price has shot right through the price target and then some. At first, I was going to just bank my profits and run… However, I've just been alerted another 3 MAJOR buying signals. And now my SP500 price target just got bigger, better and even mor... ››› more
  • [01 December 2021]
  • To buy or sell the JSE in November?
  • This month is a major one for South Africa… On 1 November we had the local municipal vote where we saw negative sentiment for both the rand and bonds. In fact, not only did the the rand fall over 1.1% versus the dollar, the nation's local-currency debt also dropped 1.2% in dollar terms. This weaker rand helped boost resources share prices, as our resources are exported in US dollars.... ››› more
  • [10 November 2021]
  • Top 5 local ETFs to invest in South Africa
  • Q. “I'm looking to invest in different local ETFs other than shares and indices. What are your top local ETFs you're mainly investing and trading this year when it comes to South Africa Timon?” A. In 2021, it's important to look at the most cost effective, easy to find and highly traded ETFs when it comes to investing and trading… Just a reminder, an ETF is an investment vehicle that... ››› more
  • [04 November 2021]
  • I have three GOLDEN reasons to buy these two companies
  • Last week, I wrote a prediction on how I expect resources to rally in the next few weeks. This was mainly due to BHP Billiton, the largest diversified miner in the world, announcing a multi-billion deal to sell its liquid fossil business. This told us, they are steering away from coal and petroleum and moving into cleaner and healthier energy alternatives. I also mentioned that, this will... ››› more
  • [07 September 2021]
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