Are the Rand's movements tomorrow scaring you today?
- Are you feeling lost, confused, frustrated and bewildered with your foreign exchange transactions?
- Feeling like you always are trading at the wrong time, or not sure at all whether you could do better?
- Not sure how much further the Rand is likely to head, or if it is close to a reversal?
- Feeling like you need to know more, but this only confuses you more?
There is a solution to your problem.
- One that gives you an indication of the expected twists and turns in the market.
- One that puts the probabilities back in your favour
- And one that gives you the ability to make educated and informed decisions, instead of irrational, emotional-driven ones.
- ...And one that will save you stress, time and money.
What exactly do I get?
Simply, we provide you with a forecast for the Rand against the Dollar, Euro or Pound at least twice a week (more if the market requires an update), giving the most likely outlook in four different timeframes - the next few days, weeks, months and years.
This is a web-based service and you will be provided with access to the forecast page.
Below are some examples of forecasts that we issued which gave clients a heads up as to how far the Rand was expected to go in time and price, and too when a major change in trend was imminent.
Simply click on each forecast caption to see the actual forecast
How does it work?
This is a subscription service providing forecasts on the Rand versus the Dollar, Euro and Pound using pattern-matching technology.
The Rand, like any other financial market, is moved by mass human sentiment – the millions of persons involved in the market make the decision to buy, sell or do nothing - based on the information available to them and their reaction to this.
Now, the fact is that, as humans, almost all of our decisions are emotionally-driven – we then back these up with logic afterwards.
As we tend to have the same emotions in similar circumstances, we tend to make the same (emotionally-driven) decisions in similar circumstances.
As a result, the price patterns that we see on any financial chart are patterns of mass human emotion which tend to repeat themselves, as the market is driven from extremes of hope and greed, to fear and despair.
"What actually registers in the market's fluctuations are not the events themselves, but the human reactions to these events."- Bernard Baruch, (1870‐1965) – stock market speculator, statesman, and presidential advisor