Q. “Timon, I read your article where you expect the oil price to rally.
What about the situation with the Iranian President reaching an agreement with the United States…
Could that also cause a boost in the oil price?”
A. Aah yes, thank you for reminding me.
The talks and negotiations in Vienna were definitely another major factor in supporting an oil price ral... ››› more
Many traders rely on charts when they trade.
Charts reveal a lot about what's going on with the price of a share, currency, commodity or other asset you're trading.
Yet there are still some traders who trade using fundamentals like economic indicators.
So should you give charts a go?
Read on to find out…
Why use charts as part of your trading arsenal?
Most traders tend to us... ››› more
There are so many financial markets you can trade. You may want to focus on South African stocks, international stocks, indices, commodities or forex.
So what's the best way to find potential winning trades?
There are two main schools of thought: Fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
So what is the difference? And what analysis suits you best?
Let's take a closer look…
W... ››› more
There are two main schools of thought when it comes to analysing shares. One is fundamental analysis and the other is technical analysis.
Both types of analysis have their advantages, but if you're looking to trade, technical analysis can benefit you.
So what makes technical analysis an effective trading tool?
Read on to find out…
What is technical analysis?
Technical analysis ... ››› more
Not everyone wants to be a long-term investor in shares. Some would rather try the fast paced world of trading. Whilst this high-risk game might not be everyone's cup of tea, if you want the chance to make fantastic returns in a short space of time, trading gives you that opportunity. Let's take a closer look at the trading instruments available to traders…
Why trading could be right for you
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Many traders use technical indicators to help them work out the general direction of trade. By using a variety of these indicators, traders can try to forecast how the market is going to move. One reason for using technical indicators is to give you possible entry and exit points for a trade. And one popular way of predicting where the market is going to move is by using the MACD indicator. Let's ... ››› more
This free tool will help you to calculate how many contracts you should trade on CFDs in any one trade.
This will help you keep strict money management rules depending on how much you want to risk per share...
Here it is...
So, simply click here for your free CFD Contract calculator tool...
Always keep in mind,
“Wisdom Yields Wealth”
Editors Note: If you'd like to b... ››› more
All of us would love to buy our shares on the day they start a dramatic upward move. Of course, no one can predict this. Only a few will be lucky enough to get it right. But, there are two simple tools you can use to narrow the odds considerably in your favour. Read on to uncover two direction changes that can make you money in the stock market…
When it comes to investing on the stock market, ... ››› more
Among traders, you'll find die-hard supporters of various chart analysis tools. Their feelings about some tools can run so high - for or against - that the very mention of them can bring wrath from some quarters. It's almost tribal - like the fierce emotions between supporters of two football teams from the same city. Fibonacci theory is one such charting tool. Let's look at the ins and out of Fib... ››› more
If you want to enjoy making solid returns on the stock market, it's essential you have the right tools in your arsenal. This includes choosing the right stock broker for your investment needs and gathering relevant information. But do you have this one tool that helps you get luckier with your investment activities?
Gary Player, South African golfing legend, is often quoted as having said: “I... ››› more
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