The Naked Trader

Robbie has been trading full-time since 2001. His book The Naked Trader has become one of the biggest-selling finance books, reaching the top 150 books on Amazon. Trades made and published by Robbie’s have amassed profits over £600,000. You can read about his buys and sells daily on Proactive Investors.


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  • ASX slips, but which gold explorer rocketed 50%?

    Fri 5:55 am

    ASX slips, but which gold explorer rocketed 50%?

    Iron ore prices have pulled major miners down, sending the ASX200 down 0.1% to 5,898.9 points.

    Find out which gold explorer drew investor attention on the potential to increase and upgrade the high grade resource at its project in the Philippines.

  • ASX Quarterly Rebalance sees Peninsula Energy into All Ords Index

    Thu 11:00 pm

    ASX Quarterly Rebalance sees Peninsula Energy into All Ords Index

    The ASX S&P Dow Jones Indices rebalance is in for another quarter, with changes set to take effective after the close of trading on Friday 20th March 2015.

    All Ordinaries has 65 changes!

  • Triton Minerals raises $1M to progress Nicanda Hill feasibility study

    Thu 10:52 pm

    Triton Minerals raises $1M to progress Nicanda Hill feasibility study

    The $1 million share placement to institutional and sophisticated investors will progress the Nicanda Hill feasibility study. Nicanda Hill is the world’s largest known combined graphite-vanadium deposit. The DFS is expected to be completed before the end of 2015.

  • U.S. equites edge higher as European Central Bank outlines stimulus

    Thu 8:00 pm

    U.S. equites edge higher as European Central Bank outlines stimulus

    U.S. stocks ended slightly higher on Thursday as investors received more details on the European Central Bank's bond-buying program in its latest effort to boost the struggling economy. Gold and oil eased.

    The ASX SPI 200 is off two points to 5888.

  • Wall Street tumbles as robust jobs report stoke interest rate bets

    Fri 8:53 pm

    Wall Street tumbles as robust jobs report stoke interest rate bets

    U.S. stocks slid on Friday as investors assessed a strong non-farm payrolls report and worried that a rate hike will now occur sooner rather than later. Approaching the close of trading in New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX:.DJI) was down 287 points at 17,847, while the Nasdaq Composite (INDEXNASDAQ:.IXIC) fell 58 points to 4,924 and the S&P 500  (INDEXSP:.INX) tumbled 31 points to 2,069.

  • TSX hits one-month low as resource producers slump on U.S. jobs data

    Fri 6:00 pm

    TSX hits one-month low as resource producers slump on U.S. jobs data

    Canadian shares declined to the lowest in a month as gold miners and energy producers dropped after U.S. payrolls climbed more than forecast, strengthening the U.S. dollar and increasing speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates.

  • Wall Street plunges on rate hike worries from robust jobs report

    Fri 4:49 pm

    Wall Street plunges on rate hike worries from robust jobs report

    U.S. stocks slid on Friday as investors assessed a strong non farm payrolls report and worried that a rate hike will now occur sooner rather than later.

  • PDAC marked by cautious optimism, more austere tone: H.C. Wainwright

    Fri 2:37 pm

    PDAC marked by cautious optimism, more austere tone: H.C. Wainwright

    The PDAC mining conference this year was marked by cautious optimism, less grandeur than other events in recent memory and a greater accepance of reality, according to analysts at H.C. Wainwright (HCW), who attended the event from March 1-4 in Toronto.