Trader X has already banked 409,96% cumulative gains since Jan, with just two losses this year…
That's an 80% win rate right there…
You can take a look below to see what he's been trading.
It’s been quite the run so far and he is super confident, there is a lot more to come. The global markets are pumping and so is his winning streak.
If you keen to... ››› more
In 2021, we've already banked four profitable trades and we're not even in March!
• On the 6th of January we locked in a 46.345 gain with Anglo American.
• On the 11th of January we banked a 75.52% gain on the JSE ALSI 40.
• And on the 10th of February, we secured a 30.09% gain with Shoprite.
And we're just getting started!
If you haven’t joined Red Hot Storm Trad... ››› more
The last few weeks have been filled with public holidays…
And if you were able to spend time with the family, eat, enjoy a few relaxing days on the couch, eat some more and stay away from your computer, then perfect.
I'm going to tell you now…
It can be very disorientating to get back into the swing of trading and work again.
Here's what you should do.
Three steps to ... ››› more
There'll be a time in your trading career where you'll take loss after loss - And that's just how it is.
If you find yourself in a dangerous run of losing trades, then it's time to stop and think about your approach to trading - Otherwise you might blow your account.
You see, while there's no quick fix to a faulty strategy, there are methods you can apply to fix a losing streak, and stop it ... ››› more
Retiring early is every busy worker's dream. You may love your job, but that doesn't mean you can't secretly dream of retiring early.
The biggest concern when it comes to retiring early is saving up enough money. Since we all have plenty of financial problems on a daily basis and we hardly ever have any money to spare, most often saving for retirement is not one of our priorities.
Don’t let... ››› more
Building wealth is on everyone's wishlist, yet very few people actually get to make it happen. Although it may seem impossible to many, building wealth is quite simple in theory, the problem is putting theory into practice.
As challenging as it may seem, you can build wealth on your own, without inheriting a large sum of money or winning the lottery.
Here are three simple ways to create wealt... ››› more
Financial independence is something that many people strive to achieve.
Yet most people find that their income doesn't go as far they need it to. Their monthly outgoings increase, eating into even more of their income.
Then worries start about how they're going to achieve a comfortable retirement.
So what can you do to achieve financial independence?
You need to make big changes now t... ››› more
With interest rates still low and the stock market trading at high valuations, there are no guarantees that the market is going to give you good growth or a decent income. And living expenses aren't getting any cheaper either. So what can you do if you want to take an early retirement? To help you achieve your goal of early retirement, you need to follow a few simple strategies. These strategies c... ››› more
For most people, adding alternative investments to their investment portfolios can be a daunting task. How do you know if you're making the best decision? How can you avoid paying over the odds for a potentially worthless piece? If you want to invest in collectibles, art, stamps, rare coins or any other kind of alternative investment, read on to find out how best to do it…
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Trading can earn you a week's pay in an hour (allowing you to take the rest of the week off!); earn you a fortune by working full time; or ruin you. Which of these outcomes you'll enjoy (or suffer) depends on your goals, your strategies and your skills. In other words, you'll make it if you know your stuff… you'll get slaughtered if you don't. Read on to uncover six essential rules to keep your ... ››› more
Following Monday's announcements about more delays affecting the completion of Eskom's new Medupi coal-fired power station, Minister of Public Enterprises Malusi Gigaba has employed consultants to get to the bottom of this nightmare. Here's what's been going on…
After another delay of the new Medupi power station, the government has stepped in to try and solve issues affecting this project and... ››› more
When you make any investment, it's important to weigh up a few key points before you part with your cash. Of course, nothing is a certainty with investing, but by thinking these points through before you commit, you'll be in a much better position to profit…
Any investment decision you make requires a balancing of advantages and disadvantages, judgement on timing and future growth prospects, a... ››› more
We all have good intentions about what we want to achieve with our finances and where we would like to see ourselves in the years ahead, but how many of us actually sit down and plan our financial goals? Not knowing where you want to be in five, ten, even 20 years' time is a mistake! After all, if you don't know where you want to go, you won't know what you need to do to get there. Here's how to k... ››› more
South Africans have coined the term “Jan you worry” for the month of January. Not surprising when you consider that January is the most difficult month financially. People struggle to make ends meet, having blown their budgets during the festive season. Here's how you can reduce your worries now by getting rid of debt and get into the habit of saving. Recent data from the Reserve Bank states t... ››› more
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