The rally continued as most US markets have seen new all time highs since
the last post, the big question now is, is it for real?
The only right answer to that question is to keep playing your strategy,
whether it sais long or short, rules are rules.
In economic news though, it hasnt gone quite as well, the rating agencies
have kept us at the same levels however looking forward is still negative.
Unemployment in South Africa has risen to a 13 year high, and inflation has quickened to 6.4%
In this month we have some very interesting articles, from trading techniques
to a paycheck analysis from various bloggers.
We have a new blogger thats joined – HoneyBadger, that focuses more
on technical trading. I also wrote a quick article about finding value in the Singaporean dollar.
What’s also been really exciting was the Cassandra system results, with 66% returns in 4 weeks.
We are looking at opening some real accounts to display the good and the bad
on systems trading, what works, what doesnt and what experiences we have.
Here are some articles published this month.
Is it time to start investing overseas again?
With the ZAR strengethening still continuing it could be worth our whiles
to start exploring value overseas, at least just to be prepared.
Time to look overseas again?
The discussions, results and setup for the Cassandra system.
HoneyBadger – Tips for Trading with the Trend
HoneyBadger – Stop Losses, should I use them
StealthyWealth asks an important question – How many paychecks do I have left?
Its an important question to deal with as few realize that jobs dont last forever (despite what excel says)
iShares ETF – Market overview November 2016
US making new highs, while Europe and South Africa is falling back.
US Real estate is also not looking to great.
Absolute chaos occurred last week with Black Friday, heres a video from Pick N Pay
Our current standing with the Rating Agencies
An interesting read on what some traders think about Trump (some good some bad)
Quote to remember
A reminder that life is a learning curve, not an answer sheet.
“I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship – Louisa May Alcott”