Last month, the JSE All Share Index 40 (ALSI 40) fell by 3.2% and broke a crucial level that I've been watching.
By breaking this level, the JSE has entered into the “Deathly Crocodile's Mouth.
And that means, I expect the stock market to fall down another 7.75%.
But why wait for the fall when you can bank an easy 111.29% trading gain?
The Deathly Crocodile’s Mo... ››› more
"Hi Timon, How many contracts should I buy if I have a portfolio of R20,000, when trading the ALMI?" - L.Y
If you don't know the answer to this question, then don't trade another ALMI until you've read this!
There are many different ways to calculate how many contracts you should buy or sell with any one ALMI trade.
But, let me explain to you what I find the easiest…
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This free tool will help you calculate how many ALMI (Mini-ALSI40) contracts you should trade.
This will help you keep strict money management rules using the percentage rule.
Here it is...
Your FREE ALMI Risk Calculator
So, click here NOW to use your free ALMI risk calculator tool...
Always keep in mind,
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When it comes to trading, you're going to face some losers. I know that statement leaves you with an uneasy feeling, but that's the reality of trading.
No matter what system you create, there'll be losers and there's no way of escaping it.
All you need to do is manage your trades with strict money management principles and you'll ensure steady gains over time.
So I want to show you the o... ››› more
"Timon, how can I get into a Forex trade and not risk too much of my portfolio?"
Today I'm going to show you how you can get into each Forex trade and limit your risks at the same time.
Let's go… ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
On the 1st of March, 50 Forex traders mastered the art of trading with a 90% monthly s... ››› more
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