This is normal for a newbie trader.
You've just gone through a winning streak where you've banked three winners in a row.
At this stage you start to feel like you own the market where you think you've cracked the code to successful trading.
You then decide to bet bigger than you ever have.
Once you enter this frame of mind, you'll see that you can destroy your portfolio very quickl... ››› more
Einstein said it best,
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”
If you've just start trading, then you're excused and you're very lucky to be reading this today.
However, if you've been trading for a number of years and your portfolio is still in the red - it's time to change that.
The truth of the matter is…
To be a successful tra... ››› more
This month is our heritage month! Not many people understand the real meaning behind Heritage Day which we celebrate annually in September.
Well, Heritage Day is a national holiday where all South Africans celebrate their cultural heritage and embrace their diverse traditions and values that contribute to our “rainbow nation”.
To celebrate heritage month, take a look at some of the diver... ››› more
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