The Geopolitics of Currencies

We use different types of analytic methods to evaluate how currencies will move against one another in complex foreign exchange markets. While most readers are acquainted with fundamental and technical analysis, there’s a third type of analysis that is just as important, but less well understood. In a world of volatility and turmoil, geopolitical factors can carry more weight than fundamental and technical factors when it comes to cross-rates and market valuations. Jim discusses in his latest briefing.

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Jim Rickards

James G. Rickards is the editor of Strategic Intelligence, Crash Speculator, Gold Speculator and Tactical Currency Profits. An Ex-CIA insider, he is also an American lawyer, economist, government advisor and investment banker with 40 years of experience working in capital markets on Wall Street. He was the principal negotiator of the...

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