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  • Is your trading on a one-way street to consistent profits or bankruptcy?
  • Whether you're running a business or starting a profitable career, you need to be able to track your success. You need to know how well the venture is doing, when the bad months are and how it's operating on average. The same applies for when you run local or international trading account. Only this way you'll see if your trading is on the way to consistent profits or on a one-way street ... ››› more
  • [24 April 2018]
  • One of the easiest ways I've found to profit from the markets
  • In all of my years in financial publishing... I have rarely come across an easier way to profit than this. Really... It doesn't matter if you haven't traded before... It doesn't matter if you've tried a different technique and it didn't work out for you... And it doesn't matter if you trade so regularly you think you won't have time to add these ‘pickpocket trades' to your da... ››› more
  • [06 November 2017]
  • The difference between “investing” 2% and risking 2% of your portfolio - explained
  • New traders think that when I talk about risking risk 2% of their portfolio, it means investing 2% of what their portfolio is worth. But that's not what I mean. Let's say you have R10,000, and you only want to risk 2% or R200 of that amount to trade CFDs. Here's how much you'll need to invest in your CFD trade… First some investing/trading 101 basics Step #1: Know how much you ... ››› more
  • [08 September 2016]
  • Am I going to lose R45,000 in my CFD trade?
  • Here's a question I got from Tony last week: “I am new to Trading and having bought your Red Hot Storm Trader Service I am not sure what my loss would be if a trade went sour - I use your example below: If you buy 10 Sasol shares at R450 per share and at a gearing of 10 times, you'd only have to pay R4,500 (R450 X 10). So essentially, you're buying 100 CFDs on Sasol. You'll have an e... ››› more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • For the first time in five years, I've added a new stock to my watch list!
  • If you've been reading some of my articles in Trading Tips and MoneyMorning, you'll probably know I'm quite a stubborn trader. Stubborn with the proven strategy and money management rules I've followed for the last 12 years. Stubborn with listening to the media and opinions of others. And stubborn with the number of shares I watch on a daily basis. In fact, I only look at 23 shares to tra... ››› more
  • [28 July 2016]
  • Long or short - How to profit from the rise and the fall!
  • The JSE's performance over the last seven days has been dismal to say the least. It's down 3.22% and nobody seems to know when it's going to stop. Every major sector on the JSE has decreased taking the shares down with it. Financials - Down 1.53% Resources - Decreased 1.79% Industrials - Fell 1.12% Gold mining - Tanked 4.12% But despite this poor performance, there are opportunities... ››› more
  • [15 June 2016]
  • How you can turn R500 into R1,405 trading forex
  • In just a few hours turn R500 into R1,405 Discover the different instruments using gearing Why I like CFD's to harness the power of gearing The Forex Trader Team, recently sent out this trade to our Forex Trader subscribers: We told them to sell (go short) the Great British Pound to the Australian Dollar at $2.0288 and put their take profit level at 1.9920. Traders could have entered this tra... ››› more
  • [21 April 2016]
  • An introduction to trading CFDs
  • If you're looking for an easy to understand trading instrument, contracts for difference (CFDs) could be for you. They're very transparent due to the way their pricing and contract sizes work. And you may be able to trade them with your current stock broker. So what exactly are CFDs? And how do they work? Let's take a closer look… What are CFDs? A CFD is an agreement you enter ... ››› more
  • [29 October 2015]
  • Three ways to make money trading a falling stock market
  • Trading isn't just about making money from rising prices, you can also profit from falling share prices. You can do this by shorting shares or indices. Instead of buying at a lower price and selling at a higher price, you hope to buy at a higher price and sell at a lower price, banking a profit. So if you fancy short selling, what trading instruments can you use? Let's take a closer l... ››› more
  • [26 October 2015]
  • Four reasons why you should trade CFDs instead of investing in shares
  • If you're an active investor, have you considered trading? If you have contracts for difference (CFDs) could be the perfect trading tool for you. They have a number of benefits over trading CFDs… Reason to trade CFDs #1: It costs you less than investing in shares When you trade CFDs, you don’t own the underlying share. Due to this, when you trade CFDs, you don’t have to pay a... ››› more
  • [21 October 2015]
  • Three ways to start trading the stock market
  • Investing for the long-term is a great way to grow your wealth. But what if you want to try to cash in on short-term movements in the stock market? If this interests you, then trading may be for you. As long as you can handle the extra risk it brings, you can potentially make quick, substantial gains. So how can you trade the stock market? Let's take a closer look at three different ways... ››› more
  • [01 October 2015]
  • How to profit from falling share prices using CFDs
  • By trading contracts for difference (CFDs) you can magnify your potential gains. But you don't just have to hope a share price rises, you can profit from a falling share price too. So how does this work? Let's take a look… How to trade CFDs on falling share prices If you think the price of a share or the value of an index is going to fall, you can short it using CFDs. Shorting... ››› more
  • [30 September 2015]
  • Why stop losses are your saving grace when trading CFDs
  • Trading contracts for difference (CFDs) can be extremely profitable, but trading CFDs is also risky. If a trade doesn't pan out the way you want it to, you can lose more than you initially put into a trade. So how can you deal with this risk? You must use stop losses… How stop losses work when you trade CFDs When you trade CFDs, you can place stop losses with your stock broker ... ››› more
  • [29 September 2015]
  • How a CFD trade works when it comes to fees and commissions
  • If you want to trade CFDs, it's important you understand exactly how a trade works. What happens with your open CFD trades depends on whether you go long or short and what the underlying share price does. Let's take a closer look… The workings of a CFD trade depend on whether you go long or short Whether you go long or short in a CFD trade, you need to pay your stock broker a comm... ››› more
  • [25 September 2015]
  • Are CFDs for you?
  • If you want to start trading, there are a number of different instruments that you can use. One of the popular ones is contracts for difference (CFDs). So how can you find out whether or not CFDs are for you? Read on to find out… What are CFDs? When you trade CFDs, you enter an agreement with a trading company or stock broker to exchange the difference between the closing price of... ››› more
  • [21 September 2015]
  • What it costs you to trade CFDs
  • If you're looking for a cost effective way of trading stocks, contracts for difference (CFDs) are worth a look at. You trade the spot price. This means you enter and exit a trade at the price of the underlying share. But, as with all forms of trading, there are costs to consider. So what can you expect to pay? And does the amount you trade make a difference? Read on to find out… ... ››› more
  • [18 September 2015]
  • How much should you put into each CFD trade?
  • If you've decided to give contracts for difference (CFDs) trading a go, you need to think about how you're going to manage your money before you begin. So how much money should you put into each CFD trade you put on? Let's take a closer look… You need to start off trading CFDs conservatively As eager as you may be to make some money trading CFDs, you need to start off putting down... ››› more
  • [17 September 2015]
  • What you need to know to get started trading CFDs
  • CFDs (or contracts for difference) are a type of trading instrument. You can use them to trade a number of underlying assets including shares and currencies. Like other trading instruments, including single stock futures, CFDs are geared products. So before you start trading CFDs, you need to know how they work and how you can trade them… Trading the stock market with CFDs Many tr... ››› more
  • [14 September 2015]
  • Your guide to start trading CFDs
  • If you feel you're up to speed with the workings of contracts for difference (CFDs), understand the risks involved and have a strategy to follow, you're ready to start trading CFDs. So what do you need to do to start trading CFDs? Read on to find out… Find someone to trade CFDs with You can’t trade CFDs until you open up a trading account to do it. This is the first thing you ne... ››› more
  • [11 September 2015]
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