One tradition I like to keep to when it comes to trading the markets, is buying the Santa Claus rally in South Africa.
Each year, I write to you about it and it most times, ends up being extremely profitable.
But this year, I thought it was going to be different.
I started to feel doubt and pessimism with the whole COVID-19 pandemic destroying the economies one by one.
And this yea... ››› more
It's that time of year again…
Just like children eagerly wait in anticipation for Santa to deliver presents to them, so do investors.
Investors are waiting for the arrival of stock market profits during Christmas time as well.
This is all because of the Santa Claus rally which is, right now, flooding the mainstream media.
Go to Google, Bloomberg, Business Times and you'll see big ... ››› more
This weekend, I decided to read through a number of news and trading websites, and all I saw was…
The Santa Claus Rally that's ready to rocket and send stock market prices to all-time highs.
I'm a BIG sceptic by nature and so, I thought this was a fantastic way to trick investors into buying stocks.
So I decided to analyse my charts, to see if this rally does come about at Christmas ti... ››› more
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