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Volatility is nothing new to the rand but considering the calm there has been since the start of 2018, this has been quite a thump back to reality for some, says James Paynter.
As a trader, just like a surfer, your best ride is to catch strong trending waves in the same direction as the underlying trend, and ride them out until they have lost power, says James Paynter.
A bottoming out of the rand could be imminent and economists' charts are showing that we are in for some surprising times in the next two to three months, says James Paynter.
Financial markets like the rand can be likened to the movements of the ocean, with both having different degrees of trend and cycles, moods and patterns, says James Paynter.
A cursory glance at the sea would not pick up much, except that it never sleeps, and is constantly changing. There is a lot in common between the sea and the market, says James Paynter.
WITH the rand momentum seemingly unstoppable, what is coming next as the incredible run continues, asks financial market analyst James Paynter.
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