They said in October, “The Euro is not exactly a bastion of strength with the economies of its member countries not exactly doing great,” and they said “they are quietly building an energy infrastructure”
The Euro dropped from 1.39. Plain and simple they were right on target, and it is not the first time.
They are still advising to leave 80% assets in safe liquid investments and only speculate with the other 20% and warn investors, of the importance of risk management and capital preservation.
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