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Technical Pick of the Week – Gold Fields

Sanlam iTrade Online offers Technical Analysis ideas from award winning Trading Central to our clients at no extra cost. (To see how to use the program, click on the “Exclusive Seminar” image for a video tutorial, once logged in.) This week we look at a sell signal on Gold Fields. The RSI is falling and

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Technical Pick of the Week – Truworths

Using the Trading Central research available on the iTrade website we look at Truworths. The short term trend is up and as explained in the comment MACD is positive and it is trading above its 20 and 50 day moving averages. The first take profit level is R102.85 and the stop-loss level is R90.26. The

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Technical Analysis Pick of the Week: Anglo American Plc

Technical analysis research from award winning international company, Trading Central, is available to Sanlam iTrade clients at no extra cost. This week we highlight Anglo American Plc, code AGL on the JSE or AAL:xlon for the London Stock Exchange listed version on our iTradeGlobal platform. When you click on Trading Central Research under Markets/Data/Research you

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Technical Analysis made easy with our new investment research platform – Trading Central!

Technical Analysis Research by Trading Central with over fifteen years of Track Record. Trading Central is a leading investment research provider to financial market professionals. The market depth and knowledge that this provider has achieved, is the result of lengthy experience on the trading floors of many banking institutions. Trading Central is considered a global benchmark

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Our Buy Signal on the JSE All Share Index was a Gem!

We first highlighted a potential buying opportunity on Sanlam iTrade Online’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn on 19 January 2015. Then we posted this on Facebook on 26 January when the JSE All Share Index broke out of a symmetrical triangle, alerting a buying opportunity with a 4,000 point upside potential, 8%. This is what happened in

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Perspective on our Wannabe iTrader’s failures and successes

In September, Bradley Lund won the Wannabe iTrader competition on Sanlam iTrade Online’s LinkedIn company page. That earned him the opportunity to trade with R10,000 of our money for a month and then keep all of it, the R10,000 plus profits minus losses. We asked him to blog about his experience along the way and

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JSE corrects 5%, should we worry?

On 29 July I wrote a Blog “JSE All Share up 37% in 13 months”. I ended with these words: “At some stage the JSE will correct, but with so many investors waiting for just such an event, the correction is likely to be small. When? If I knew that I would not be working

TA Key Reversal
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Investor Education Series – Technical Analysis: Minor Trend Change Indicators

Minor trend change indicators are very useful indicators of short-term changes in the price trends of securities and are mainly used by day traders and short-term speculators.  There are four of these indicators namely: Key Reversal Day, Inside Range Day, Outside Range Day and Mid-range Close.  It is important to first determine the direction of

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Investor Education Series – Technical Analysis: Reversal Patterns – Double Tops and Bottoms

“Two tops that approximately the same price level” is only half the explanation.  Prices must decline below and close below the low point established between the two tops (the middle reversal point) before a double top has been activated.  In a double bottom, prices must close above thehigh pointin between the two bottoms to establish