It was a rough week at JustOneLap head quarters (AKA my sunny office in Jozi) as tech issues meant we were not serving videos either for online viewing or for downloading. Fortunately things are back to normal and the videos are rocking again. We apologise for the troubles caused to your viewing pleasure. When we have tech issues we will always keep users informed on our Twitter and Facebook pages.
In the past week we had another great webcast from Alwyn Burger and this one focused on trading strategies, Real live FX trading strategies. The video includes some great ideas and there is also a PDF document that you can download on his micro strategy for FX trading.
Looking to the week ahead, on Wednesday at 20h00 I am doing a webcast on my lazy trading system (appropriately called - Simon's Lazy Trading System). This end of day system is designed for trading indices (Top40, Resi10, Indi25 or Fini15), with or without gearing, and generates around one trade per month - perfectly lazy albeit it's a trend system and markets have not been kind recently. It is also online here (login required).
Wednesday 2nd May at 8pm - Simon's Lazy Trading System
Wednesday 9th May at 1pm - 4 Important candlestick patterns
Real live FX trading strategies
Valuations EV/EBITDA Model (case study - FBR)
Harmonic Trading ab="CD"
Buy in bulk. Yip, this old theory really does work. Rather than buying a week or months supply of whatever essential household product you need, buy enough for three, six or even 12 months supply; the savings per item seriously add up. The challenge is finding enough storage space, and of course perishables which this will not work for, but cleaning supplies and other such household products work perfectly.
The issue often raised is the larger upfront cost, so even at a cheaper per item price buying in bulk could be tricky if cash flow is tight. The solution here is to get together with friends, family members or even neighbours so that the initial outlay is smaller but the savings remain.
All the best
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