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
The Bitcoin price is nearing the $50,000 mark, and will continue to hit new highs in Q1.
However, investors should also expect volatility as a result of the heightened regulatory scrutiny.
Last week was a huge week for Bitcoin – the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation.
As I was quoted by Business Insider, and as I explain in this YouTube video, the cryptocurrency hit new record highs and led to mounting interest from institutional Read More
At the eleventh hour a Brexit trade deal was reached.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have penned a trade deal between the UK and EU following months of talks and tense negotiations.
The deal will come into force this week when the UK finally leaves the European Union after 47 years.
Of course, stocks will be buoyed by the deal and the pound strengthened, but this does not signify the end of Brexit.
Now there will be a period of major readjustment as the UK economy moves away from the Read More
As global stock markets rallied on Tuesday this week, investors are looking to ‘new world’ sectors and businesses as the world adapts to life with coronavirus and looks towards an economic recovery.
Over time we’ve seen every economic downturn generate a new normal, and the one being sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic will be no different.
The impact of the coronavirus spread has reached companies across the globe, causing vast international disruption, Read More
A global recession is now almost inevitable in 2020.
Monday has seen global stocks and government bond yields decline after oil prices nosedived by near to 30%, as I discuss in this short video.
This is oil’s sharpest one-day fall since the Gulf War in 1991, further driving the global stock market sell-off that got underway a fortnight ago on fears the Covid-19 outbreak will severely affect economic growth.
Every major stock market around the world is Read More