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How Can We Trade Forex Chaos?

The British pound’s wild ride took another turn after the Bank of England intervened in the bond market on Thursday, reportedly due to potential pension-fund implosions. The pound is now down more than 20% against the U.S. dollar in 2022, last among global currencies and just ahead of the Japanese yen. “The market may bounce if it doesn't break,” tweeted Dale Pinkert, “and the bounce can continue unless there is resistance that fails to hold leading to a gap that may or may not be filled.” Pinkert, the Head of Trader Development Tradeview Markets, joins Maggie Lake to share ideas on trading currencies, precious metals, and Bitcoin amid unprecedented forex and bond market volatility. We also hear from Lawrence Lepard about why gold stocks will be the top-performing asset class over the next 10 years. Watch the full conversation between Lawrence Lepard and Samuel Burke here: And we want to hear from you too – please share your questions in the chat!

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Dale Pinkert and Maggie Lake
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Economics, Trading, Cryptocurrencies, Interview, Finance, Investing
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Daily Briefing
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