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The British Pound – Is it Time To Kill the Pound?


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The British Pound – Is it Time To Kill the Pound?

Post by Lobo on Sun 19 Jun 2016, 2:12 pm

What is interesting with this BREXIT issue, if everyone were to vote on the question do you want to kill the pound and adopt the euro; I seriously doubt they would get more than a 10% vote for such a decision to end the pound. Many say if  they had to end the pound, they would prefer the dollar to the euro. Yet, this is the very essence of BREXIT. The pound cannot survive under the terms of the EU. If the markets go against Brussels, they will outlaw short-selling and that will then apply to Britain. Yet the banks are telling their employees to vote to stay. This is a political directive and it is really stupid for the banks will suffer in the end.
A critical Monthly Bearish Reversal lies at 13550 in the futures. We have Quarterly Bearish Reversals at 14275 and 14225. Last Thursday we closed at 14216 and the rally into Friday closed at 14360. Clearly, we are at the edge here and we can see technically the pound appears rather weak.
This appears to be playing into the coming currency crisis on the horizon. The economics are terrible, and then we have NATO trying to provoke war with Russia because Europe needs war to distract the people from a completely failed economy that the ECB is trapped, with no possible means of “stimulating” any recovery. It appears that Britain’s best day may be behind it. We need a weekly closing above 14535, and monthly closing above 14675, and a quarterly closing above 14820. Without all three, sorry, the pound will only press lower into the future which appears to be destined for a major low off in 2018.

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