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June 29, 2022
SEC labels Bitcoin a commodity premium
Regulation of the crypto market has taken a crucial move forward following comments made earlier this week by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler. During an interview with CNBC, Gensler said Bitcoin should now be labelled as a commodity. As I was quoted by Investor Ideas, Mena FN, Share Wise, StockHead and Biz Community, amongst others, the SEC Chairman’s comments have cleared up years of debate. Bitcoin is now viewed as a commodity by one of the most influential regulators in the world, just like gold, and not a Read More
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Nigel Green
June 24, 2022
Named in CIO Bulletin’s 10 Best CEOs to Watch 2022 premium
I’m incredibly honoured to be named in CIO Bulletin’s 10 Best CEOs to Watch 2022 feature! Standards are super high, the selection process was rigorous, and I’m joined in the top 10 alongside other CEOs from major global organisations. According to the publication: “CIO Bulletin is an interactive, preeminent leadership platform serving as a central resource for information on business and technology leaders and their entrepreneurial ventures.” During the interview Read More
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Nigel Green
June 22, 2022
Crypto firms need to stop making avoidable dot-com era mistakes premium
Following reports of a number of major crypto companies struggling during the current volatility, they need to stop making avoidable mistakes that undermine the industry, lead to financial chaos for investors and job losses for workers. So far this year Bitcoin has lost around 57% of its value, falling under the $20,000 mark last weekend for the first time since December 2020. As I was quoted by Value Walk, Financial Investor, Invest Macro and Business Read More
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Nigel Green
June 21, 2022
Bank of England’s scrapping of mortgage affordability rules is madness premium
Plans to ditch mortgage affordability rules by the Bank of England are, I believe, utter madness. The new rules mean lenders will no longer have to check whether homeowners would be able to keep up their mortgage payments at higher interest rates. The move by the central bank is bizarre, and that’s putting it mildly. A stress test is included in the current affordability checks to cover increasing rates, so as to avoid another credit crunch as we saw in Read More
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Nigel Green
June 20, 2022
Named Most Influential Fintech Leaders 2022 premium
I’m delighted to be named as one of the most influential fintech leaders of 2022 by Insights Success Magazine. As well as an extensive interview with the publication, they’ve also put me on the front cover of their latest edition! A real honour! Check out the interview. I’m particularly pleased to be included in this special edition of the magazine as fintech is something I’m incredibly passionate about. And, of course, in our industry the future is fintech. As I was Read More
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Nigel Green
June 8, 2022
Female finance leaders must ‘leave the ladder down’ for others premium
Our Chief Operating and Diversity Officer, Beverley Yeomans is right when she says that female financial services leaders must “leave the ladder down” for other women to increase much-needed representation in this still male-dominated industry. Concerns are mounting following new findings that show a lack of female representation at the helm of the financial services sector. Although there has been progress in recent times, the industry is still Read More
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Nigel Green
June 7, 2022
Expect Bitcoin ‘to fly’ in Q4! premium
With the Bitcoin price recovery now in play, I believe we’ll see an imminent bull run which will result in a significant bounce this summer. The world’s largest cryptocurrency finally brought an end to its longest weekly losing streak on record. Indeed, Bitcoin ended last week at $29,900, which was $450 higher than the previous Sunday, after grappling to find support over the weekend. As I was quoted by Forbes and Investing.com, amongst other media, I think this is a great Read More
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Nigel Green
May 31, 2022
Global energy crisis is a key investor opportunity premium
As international concerns heighten as the energy crisis deepens, investors should focus on the long-term future rewards in sustainable investments, as I told Financial Express, amongst other media outlets. Earlier this week we saw the EU decided to proceed with a partial ban on Russian oil. This prohibits the purchase of crude oil and petroleum products from Russia delivered to member states by sea. This followed on from reports of six million homes facing blackouts over winter Read More
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Nigel Green
April 26, 2022
Markets’ relief rally will be brief following Macron win, amid uncertainty premium
Despite Emmanuel Macron’s historic win in the elections in France on Sunday night, there’ll only be a modest rally due to the intensifying geopolitical and economic issues. Macron was re-elected as French president for a second term, winning 58.54% of the vote, whilst far-right challenger Marine Le Pen won 41.46%. The markets have avoided the shock and uncertainty that would have sent them into turmoil should Marine Le Pen have won, as she would have Read More
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Nigel Green
April 19, 2022
Ukraine charity run: Help me help refugees! premium
Five days to go until I’ll be taking on La Valette Marathon in Malta to support the people of Ukraine who have had to literally run for their lives to escape the conflict. Ukraine’s President Zelensky has said the war has now entered a “new phase” amid attacks by Russian forces along a broad front in the east of the country, as part of a full-scale ground offensive. Due to this ongoing, horrific war, over 10 million people have had to flee, dodging bombs, shelling and Read More
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Nigel Green
April 12, 2022
Will Bitcoin rally to hit a new ATH of $75k in 2022? premium
Bitcoin will rally from the latest cryptocurrency crash to hit a new record high of $75,000 by the end of this year. That’s my latest prediction, even as Bitcoin’s price declined under the $40k mark a number of times on Monday, impacting the wider crypto sector. The total crypto market is down $1.89 trillion currently, an 11% fall compared to last week. What we’ve seen is Bitcoin briefly falling under $40,000, tracking losses in global equities. The correlation with Read More
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Nigel Green
March 30, 2022
FOMO and fundamentals to fuel Bitcoin’s latest bull run premium
As Bitcoin hit its highest level since the beginning of the year earlier this week, the latest price run will be fuelled by the Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) and fundamentals. The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market cap has risen close to 25% over the past 10 days, surpassing the $35,000-$45,000 range it’s been in since January. Indeed, BTC is moving ever closer to the all-important $50,000 mark. As I was quoted by Forbes, Yahoo News, Financial Mirror, Tech Telegraph and Read More
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Nigel Green