Saturday, June 27, 2020

Volatility Indices increase on has added more synthetic indices to the existing ones, making a total of 10 different volatility indices.


They’re now:


Volatility Index 10

Volatility Index 10 (s)

Volatility Index 25

Volatility Index 25 (s)

Volatility Index 50

Volatility Index 50 (s)

Volatility Index 75

Volatility Index 75 (s)

Volatility Index 100

Volatility Index 100 (s)


To know the difference between the Volatility Indices that carry bracketed “s” in front and those who don’t, please visit this link: 


What it means for us

Because we now have more market opportunities for VIs, we would increase our risk to 6% per day (i.e. 2% risk per trade @3 trades per day). This gives us more opportunities to maximize possible profits, making profits that are eventually bigger than losses.



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Sunday, June 21, 2020

BP to break upwards, following the current ranging movement

BP shares (LSE:BP.) are currently in a ranging movement. Following a heavy downfall in February and March 2020, price has moved sideways rather than upwards. However, a breakout to the upside is nigh.


ADX period 14 is around the level 30, which means there is considerable amount of momentum in the market. DM+ is above DM-, which means buyers are currently showing greater strength than sellers. MACD default parameters, has its signals lines above the zero lines; whereas its histogram is almost crossing the zero line to the upside.


Eventually the histogram will cross the zero line to the upside. By then, there would be a Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market, which would help price go further northwards.


The current ranging movement in the market will soon stop; since there would be a breakout to the upside, which would usher in a new phase of bullish movement.


Azeez Mustapha


Market Analyst, Trading Signals Provider and Coach


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Premier African Minerals price analysis: PREM to continue its downtrend

Premier African Minerals stock (LSE:PREM) has recently undergone what could be called a roller-coaster movement. From January to February 2020, price moved sideways. From February to March, it moved downwards. From March to April, it moved sideways again. It went upward in May and has started coming down this June.


The market is currently below the EMA 21 and could eventually close below it. The Williams’ % Range period 20 is already in the oversold region. This should be taken as a bearish signal rather than a bullish signal.


Once price closes below the EMA 21, there would be a confirmed bearish signal in the market, which could take PREM towards the support zones at 0.08, 0.07 and 0.06. The outlook for this market is clearly bearish. 



Azeez Mustapha


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Saturday, June 13, 2020

Testing our BO Systems on Volatility Indices (RESULTS)

A few weeks ago, we mentioned that we were testing our BO trading system on Volatility Indices (VIs). 


Primarily the strategy was developed on currency markets, but we discovered something interesting after 5 weeks of testing on VIs.


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These are what we discovered during the period of testing:


A.    Trading BO on VIs offers better reward that trading it on FX. For example, if we risk 200 USD on an FX pair, we get an average of 125 USD if we win; whereas we will be given an average of 185 USD if the risk was on VIs.


Although there are times you get even 200 USD if you risk 200 USD on a popular currency like EURUSD, but such occurrence is extremely rare.


That means we get less than 65 USD if we risk 100 USD on FX, but we get around 92.5 USD if we risk the same amount on VIs.  Therefore, the hit rate we need to survive on VIs is slightly less than the hit rate we need to survive on FX. This reduces the pressure on us.


If we need 85% to survive on FX, then we need only 70% to survive on VIs (whereas we cannot lose more than our stake on both financial instruments). The higher the rewards, the lower the accuracy needed to survive and vice versa.  


B.     The results of our trades on VIs are slightly better than the results of our trades on FX.


A.    The results on VIs are more stable. More stability. We got about 5% better returns than the results on FX.


B.     There is less drawdown on VIs when compared to FX. The equity curves on VIs are less volatile than the equity curves on FX.


We know that trading our BO strategy is OK for us, but we would not ignore opportunities for better results. When we test a new idea, it can be worse than the one we’re currently using: But we would switch to a better trading idea if it proves to be better than the one we’re using.


This is the only way to go ahead and have permanent success.


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Monday, June 8, 2020

Standard Chartered breaks important supply zones as buyers emerge

Standard Chartered shares (LSE:STAN) have broken the previous supply zones at 460.00, 450.00 and 440.00 to the upside, and those supply zones are now demand zones.


The market ranged between March and May 2020, having trended downwards prior to that. Price then broke upwards, trending above the upper Trendline and closing above it. The RSI period 14 is already above the level 60, going into the overbought territory.


Yes, the market looks overbought in the short-term, and that may lead to a transitory pullback, which the uptrend will be resumed and more and more supply zones will be broken as price aims for 480.00, 490.00 and 500.00. Price will eventually go above these levels.


 The outlook for STAN is bullish for this year.



Azeez Mustapha


Market Analyst, Trading Signals Provider and Coach


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Chevron price analysis: CVX generates a bullish signal, a Golden Cross is imminent

Chevron stock (NYSE:CVX) is a bull market. Having been pummeled in the months of January, February and March 2020, price has been trending upwards since April, trying hard to recover the lost ground. The lost ground will eventually be all recovered.


4 EMAs are used for this analysis and they are EMAs 10, 20, 50 and 200. The color that stands for each EMA is shown at the top left part of the chart. The EMAs 10, 20 and 50 are all sloping upwards, and price is above the EMA 10 (strong trend) and testing the EMA 200.


A Golden Cross is clearly imminent as price has already touched the EMA 200, and will almost certainly break it to the upside, trending further northwards. The EMAs 10, 20 and 50 also will eventually cross the EMA 200 to the upside, ushering in a golden era for bulls.


The outlook on CVX is bullish for the rest of this year. There would be some bearish attempts along the way, but the overall market bias will be bullish.


Azeez Mustapha


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Thursday, June 4, 2020

Why We Use Disclaimer in Our Funds Management Agreements

Great brokers like,, etc. give disclaimers. It’s not because they will steal you money or force you to lose. It’s something legal, and it’s also to make the public ware of important facts about trading.


I know a popular CFD company in the UK who says: "87% of traders will lose their initial capital." This is part of the disclaimer that pops out when you visit the website. I cannot mention the website URL here. But they are good statisticians, mathematicians and data scientists. They can see what most of you cannot see. It's not a good thing to be talking as if trading is easy.


We use disclaimers because of uncertainties – which are our ally anyway. We don’t know what the markets will do next, but we know that we will always survive.  How many legitimate companies can say in advance how much they will make? Good companies declare profits only after it has been made (usually on a quarterly basis). We live in an uncertain world, but with good business strategies, certain companies usually come out triumphant. Only scammers will promise you big profits over a short period of time.


That is why many people get it wrong. No-one knows what they market will do next but we have found a way to stack the odds in our favor and mitigate risks. We're are grateful for whatever the markets can give us. We cannot say how much it is going to be. The profits are known in hindsight, not in advance. Airlines, theaters, artists etc would be wrong now if they thought they knew what they would make in advance.


 Do you need guarantees? I have seen too many “funds managers” who give guarantees of certain amounts of money – but only for them to lose investors’ money and run away. Yet, investors keep on looking for guarantees, which are not even sensible in real life.  


When the government requires us insure our cars, it doesn’t mean because we must have accidents. Even some accidents occur without the fault of the driver. E.g the driver parks in a normal area and another drunken driver rams into him and damages his car. But many cars don’t actually have serious issues like this.


When you’re rearing 45 chickens, considering yourself an expert of poultry, could you give a guarantee that none of the chickens would die before they’re fit for sale? Or could you predict in advance how many of them will die? Or could you predict how many of sick chickens would recover and survive? Why do we think we can predict the market that we cannot control?


Only scammers give guarantees; but legitimate business gives disclaimers. Scammers can give you 100% guarantees that you will get 40K within 45 minutes if you send N20K to them now. But you know that that kind of guarantee often fails.


NB: Like I said, the disclaimer is only about what brokers and banks put for you to agree to, when you open accounts with them – it doesn’t really mean we’re going to lose money deliberately. It’s just formality


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