This Weeks Must Watch: Gold, Facebook Libra, Recession Cycling

Last Updated on May 23, 2020 by Alphaex Capital

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Welcome to this week’s Must Watch series where we scour the Internet for the most credited sources of information that is available for you to enjoy, for free.

As a forex trader, your job isn’t just to know about what the price of EURUSD is.

It is to be able to understand where the economies are going and how you can make a profit from it.

There are a lot of high-quality free resources available for everyone to devour and absorb the latest analysis and focal points in today’s market.

The goal of the Must Watch series is:

  • To educate you and present the highest quality analysis from the best analysts in the world.
  • To get you thinking about the future of the markets and economies.
  • To get you to a higher standard of trading.

Please note that some of the videos are dated from last year – but they have been released recently.

Video 1: Legendary Gold Investor, Bull Run Analysis

If you want to learn more about gold and its current run, one of the best investors in the yellow metal discusses his ideas of what may happen to gold in the near future.

With geopolitical tensions rising, money moves to safer options such as gold. What do you think of the video above? Has it opened up your mind to invest in gold?

Video 2: Facebook Libra business model

Here’s something interesting for you that is away from the forex markets, but in-directly highlights how cryptocurrencies can be used.

Is Facebook just another company to cash-in on the crypto bandwagon? Do you think there is even a space for cryptocurrency?

Video 3: Recession on the horizon?

Recession is a buzz word that strikes fear and hope into a lot of speculators. The video below helps with understanding what we maybe walking into right now.

Video 4: Negative Interest Rates Low-Down

This video is a great introduction to negative interest rates, which might go down with major economies in the future.

That’s a wrap for this week’s Must Watch.

Let us know how you get on and which parts interested you the most.

Quick disclaimer:

The content above is for informational purposes only and is not financial advice… Obviously.

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