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January 2020, ISSUE N1

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Top 10 Gadgets for Financiers

Why Most People Fail at Trading?

Forecasts for 2020: Cryptocurrencies Forex and more


BEST GADGETS FOR FINANCIERS

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TOP 5 BOOKS IN 2019

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MX Master 3 The MX Master 3 is the latest in a long line of revered productivity and general-purpose mice from Logitech. It is significant because, for the first time since 2015, it actually has a new design.

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The Asus ZenScreen MB16A Portable Monitor is one of the nicest-looking USB monitors we’ve seen, and it comes with a number of features and design considerations that make it an incredibly handy device, although one that comes at a price.

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Why Most People Fail at Trading! By Christopher Tubby Most individuals that consider trading as a profession are unprepared for the hard work and dedication it takes to become a trader. The second issue is not having enough capital behind them. Ideally, they already have a steady income and therefore can take the slow approach towards becoming a trader. This is important as it removes the need to make money daily. Trading is about probabilities and traders should only be considering the high probability trades, its quality over quantity! Before you enter the world of trading you must consider the maximum amount you will invest in yourself to become a trader. Once set this should not be broken for any reason! It’s very easy for many to open a small account and then keep topping it up if they lose, however, this can lead to a massive erosion of their hard-earned capital without realising it! With a fixed amount you will track it much tighter and control it better. Having to make money to cover bills means traders rush into trades, grab at profits, set their targets too high – which in turn leads to taking on riskier trades and disappointment when they do not reach their target.

Many begin trading without enough practise behind them to create a solid trading plan. A set of rules built to protect them from losing too much capital in any one trade on any one day! It also includes the criteria the market must meet before a trade is executed. Creating a solid trading plan helps develop consistency which is essential to a trader. It’s important to understand not just the market and the product you will trade but also its important to understand yourself! As a professional trader when I am considering taking a trade on the first this I do once I have identified my entry price is to establish where my stop loss should be placed as this provides the potential loss should the market go against me. Once I have established that I can look at the potential profit I can make from the trade – establishes the risk/reward in the trade. Another thing to consider is something I call the three Vs – Volume versus Volatility. The higher the volatility the less volume (size) to commit to the trade as this allows for the market to go further against you without increasing the potential loss. Most trades will go against you before moving back in your favour…if they are going to!


Many traders lack discipline due to poor risk reward ratios. This makes trading more challenging as they then increase the need to win more trades. I always recommend a minimum 2:1 as this means even if you are right only 50% of the time you will still be ahead. This should not be so rigid that if you feel the market will not quite get your price you hold out as then the trade will lead to a loss. It’s okay to accept less on some trades as when you have a strong feeling it is possible to aim for higher profits. I always aim to maximise my profit in every trade and create zones rather than a single price. I will identify the price I expect the market to be rejected at and place a series of orders in front of that price. My stop loss will be either based on the average price or individual stop orders against each entry price with the loss very similar in value regardless. When the market is moving in my direction, I begin to exit the position a little at a time to gain a good average, just in case the market reverses. Zones again offer flexibility! Another issue is traders do not understand the product they are trading. They are unaware of the fundamentals that impact the product which impacts their potential to profit from trades or cut losing ones early when fundamentals change. Correlations between various products or asset classes can also be very useful for this. If a trader is trading a contract such as the S+P its useful to know the companies that impact the index the most. I always suggest learning the top 10 companies or make a list of the top 10%. Imagine holding a long position and positive news breaks regarding one of those

companies. It provides you the insight to add to your long position or remove your sell order as there is probably a lot lore profit to be taken from that trade! Alternatively, if the news was a negative it would give you the opportunity to exit your position early or even revers it! Many traders lack discipline due to poor risk reward ratios. This makes trading more challenging as they then increase the need to win more trades. I always recommend a minimum 2:1 as this means even if you are right only 50% of the time you will still be ahead. This should not be so rigid that if you feel the market will not quite get your price you hold out as then the trade will lead to a loss. It’s okay to accept less on some trades as when you have a strong feeling it is possible to aim for higher profits. I always aim to maximise my profit in every trade and create zones rather than a single price. I will identify the price I expect the market to be rejected at and place a series of orders in front of that price. My stop loss will be either based on the average price or individual stop orders against each entry price with the loss very similar in value regardless. When the market is moving in my direction, I begin to exit the position a little at a time to gain a good average, just in case the market reverses. Zones again offer flexibility!


Another issue is traders do not understand the product they are trading. They are unaware of the fundamentals that impact the product which impacts their potential to profit from trades or cut losing ones early when fundamentals change. Correlations between various products or asset classes can also be very useful for this. If a trader is trading a contract such as the S+P its useful to know the companies that impact the index the most. I always suggest learning the top 10 companies or make a list of the top 10%. Imagine holding a long position and positive news breaks regarding one of those companies. It provides you the insight to add to your long position or remove your sell order as there is probably a lot lore profit to be taken from that trade! Alternatively, if the news was a negative it would give you the opportunity to exit your position early or even revers it!

Why Most People Fail at Trading! When day trading, if you are considering taking on a position near the day’s high or low it is necessary to analyse regarding where to place your stop loss. It may be due to your risk/reward ratio that by entering a trade too early you will be stopped out at or near the current high or low. This should be avoided as the level may continue to hold. It should require that the existing high or low to be broken to trigger your stop loss, therefore, it’s important to calculate this BEFORE entering the trade as there is nothing worse than being stopped out at the high or low of the day!!

Risk/Reward Ratio for short-term trading and how to build a position. As a pro trader, when I am considering a trade and identified my entry price, the first thing I do is calculate where to place my stop-loss as then I can assess if I can afford to take the trade on. How much will I lose if I am wrong! Once I have established this I analyse where the market may get to in my favour and if this is at least twice as much as the possible loss then I will take the trade on, if not, I will not execute the trade as my minimum requirement is 2:1 for my risk reward. Sometimes I may have to settle for a little less and other times if I sense there is more profit in the trade, I will move my take profit higher. I believe in building positions and exiting the position in similar manner. I deal in zones rather than an exact entry price. First, I will identify where the support or resistance is and then enter some orders just ahead of that price. If I wait for the perfect price, I may be disappointed as it may get close but then rejected before I manage to get my position on and then that is a lost opportunity. Therefore, I prefer to break my orders into 3 levels. Let’s imagine my support level is 33. I will enter buy orders at 38, 36, and 34 providing me with an average purchase price of 36 if I manage to buy all three levels. I am prepared to lose 8 points on the trade and therefore I place my stop-loss at 28. If it is $5 per point and I buy 5 contracts at each level, then I would lose $5 x 15 x 8 = -$600. If the market turns and moves into profit,


I consider the momentum! I could close the whole trade at 52 or sell out by selling 5@50, 5@52 and 5@54 to lock in the same profit. Similarly, for the stop-loss I could sell 5@30, 5@28 and 5@26 which would be the same loss. Trading should always be flexible rather than rigid as aiming for the perfect price every trade can reduce your profitability. I aim to maximise my profit in every trade and is all about taking only high probability trades, quality not quantity. Creating a trading plan, which is a set of rules that you follow every day. Helps to keep you safe by not risking too much in a trade or day and helps to produce consistency! Candlestick v Heikin Ashi Most traders like to use candlestick charts for their analysis. I recommend to traders using

Chart courtesy of CQG NOTE: Heikin Ashi should not be used for back testing.

candlesticks to include Heikin Ashi in their analysis too. More so for exiting positions as the structure of the candles provides more insight into when the immediate trend has ended. Heikin Ashi has a smoothing effect as each new candle starts at the midpoint of the previous candles open/close making the colouring of the candles more consistent and flowing, thereby making it easier to identify a change in sentiment (as demonstrated in the comparison below). The candlestick chart (at the top) has a blend of red and green candles during trends whereas the Heikin Ashi (below the candlestick) shows more consistent colouring allowing the trader to have the confidence to stay in the trade longer. Due to the fact Heikin Ashi always takes that midpoint of the previous candle it will not provide any gaps as seen when comparing the two charts around mid-September.


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Tesla Inc. By Mohammad Al Simadi Tesla Inc. is an American company has been founded by engineers Martin Eberhard and Marc Trepanning in July 2003 under the name Tesla Motors. The American energy and automotive firm is based in California as well as its specialize in manufacturing and, through its SolarCity subsidiary, solar panel manufacturing. In 2016, Tesla ranked as the second world’s to selling plug-in with 76,243 unit sold, fist world’s top selling plugin in that time was BYD Inc. with 101,183 unit sold. However, Tesla’s revenues ranked first with 6.35 billion USD while BYD achieved 3.88 billion USD in 2016. Moreover, Tesla sold 1 billion USD worth cars in the world’s largest market for electric vehicles which is China, Tesla reached an agreement with the Chinese government to build a factory in Shanghai.

In 2019, Tesla delivered 367,500 cars, more than 50% of 2018. From 2017 to 2018 Tesla U.S. vehicles sales rose by 280% from 48,000 to 182,400. Tesla is keeping soaring since the beginning of 2020; Tesla’s shares price has been more than doubled over the past three months. On 29th of Jan, Tesla has reached its highest level ever to trade at 650 USD per share, its share is up more than 45% in 2020 continued to surge on the back of its decision of its entrance into China and boosted by quarter four figures firm’s expectations as it has beaten the expectations of Wall Street.


Tesla’s market cap is around 94.6 billion USD, which highly higher than its competitors General Motors and Ford. Its share price is being on a tear this quarter after the firm surprised the market by announcing about its profit on last October, back then the share was traded at 250 USD. Tesla has also announced that it delivered 112,000 vehicles in the last quarter to finish out the year, total vehicles for 2019 is 50% higher than 2018 as its reached 367,000 vehicles. Moreover, its CEO said that Tesla plans to open a new design and engineering center in China.

CoTesla Inc. is suffering from negative growth in both terms, revenues and net income, however both terms would be improved for in the Q1 2020 albeit from low level. In April 2019, Tesla has reported a vey bad figures but this time it will not be so bad, but not so good as well as the company is facing challenges in United States and European markets due to price competition. Tesla to deliver its units it should compete on the price as there are many new models of cars for too small few buyers. On the conference, Tesla’s CEO said that, there is no plan to raise money as the ability of invest the sources in production lines and factors still available with keeping its cash flow positive. Added that this year will see fast increase in the production of Model Y, and this is related to the battery and the Battery

Tesla’s market cap is around 94.6 billion USD On 29th of Jan. 2020, Tesla has announced its earnings for the last quarter of last year, its revenues rose from $6.303 billion in Q3 to $7.384 billion in Q4 last year. However, its net income declined from $0.143 to $0.105 billion as its operating cost has decreased, also its EPS fell from $0.80 to $0.58. mpared the second half of 2019 figures with the second half of 2018s, the revenues, Net Income and EPS have decreased in 2019; where revenues declined by 3 percent, Net Income decreased sharply by 45 percent, and EPS dropped by 48 percent.

and the introduction of the next generation of powertrain in Tesla’s vehicles, described as “alien technology”. However, due to Corona Virus the Shanghai Factory will shut down and this will impact Tesla’s Q1 profits “slightly”. Following the mixed report figures, the stock declined by 2 percent to open the session at $ 632.42 due to the concerns over shutting down of Shanghai factory and CEO’s statements. Finally, here’s how the company did versus expectations: Earnings: $2.14 adjusted vs. $1.72 per share expected. Revenue: $7.38 billion versus $7.02 billion, expected according to Refinitiv. However, the share is expected to continue its uptrend as the revenues is expected to keep rising and the production growth of Model Y.


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2. Santorini, Greece 18°C ()64.4 Encircling a sea-filled caldera, spectacular Santorini scores top points for dramatic beauty. Bleached white villas tumble down volcanic cliffs. Blue-domed churches rise against the sparkling sea, and bright sprays of bougainvillea add to the eye-popping canvas of color. Perched atop the black lava cliffs, the settlements of Firá and Oia are the island's most picturesque and pricey, destinations, and Oia ranks among the most photographed locations in the world. Other highlights of the island include Akrotíri Archaeological Site, Ancient Thira, the black sand beach of Perissa, and of course, the sublime sunsets. Sailing into this stunning caldera surrounded by soaring sea cliffs makes an unforgettable first impression.


3. Tahiti 27°C 80.6 Miles of shoreline, dozens of resorts, French cuisine to die for – Tahiti has all the makings of a honeymoon destination.Leafy forests sit beside sandy shores; French crêpes are served alongside Tahitian raw fish. If there ever was a place that embodies the beautiful duality of the French Polynesian archipelago, it's Tahiti. Here, the quirky, often chaotic atmosphere of the island's capital, Papeete, rubs elbows with uncorrupted natural beauty. In fact, Tahiti – the largest of French Polynesia's 118 islands – is often referred to as two separate islands despite them being joined by a tiny land bridge. Tahiti Nui is the larger, northern section where Papeete can be found. Tahiti Iti (the smaller half) is less accessible, although many visitors make the trek here for a taste of seclusion. Just note that spending a week on either part of Tahiti will cost you quite a chunk of change. But travelers agree that the warm waters, the lush jungles and the luxurious resorts are worth the splurge.


4. Maldives 31 °C (88 °F) Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives are an archipelago often described as a tropical paradise. The islands offer its visitors pure white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and an amazing marine life experience.Holding the largest number of overwater-bungalow resorts in the world (more than 75 and counting) the Maldives understands its best asset is the gin-clear, abundant waters of the Indian Ocean. When you're not snorkeling, diving or gazing at the rich marine life through the floor windows of your water-top villa, continue enjoying the underwater display while dining at 5.8 Undersea Restaurant — or even while getting pampered in Huvafen Fushi's submerged spa.


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Top 5 books for financeirs The Ride of a Lifetime is about how good leaders should always remain optimistic. Even when faced with difficult decisions, true leaders know their team won't be motivated by pessimists, so they remain positive. Iger also emphasizes the importance of courage, focus, and thoughtfulness. Something he wrote that resonated with me was that if you believe something can be better (like SPF!), then put the effort in to change it. By Robert Iger CEO and founder, Supergoop Published on Sept. 23, 2019

I recommend this book to anyone looking to start a new business or break through to the next level of their career. It’s full of inspiration and tools needed to be fearless and push forward when you’re ready to make a big change. I wish I had it by my side when starting Warby Parker. By Jean Case Co-founder and co-CEO, Warby Parker Retail Inc. Published on Jan. 8, 2019

This book forces the reader to think about the challenges of our current internet data model and focus on how the data we leave behind online is used to sell to us and predict and influence our behaviour. Everyone should read it, but particularly business leaders who, like me, are committed to models that use personal data to empower people and to ensure real competition and transparency that truly allows consumer choice.

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I inhaled Loonshots, by physicist-turned-entrepreneur Safi Bahcall. The book considers the factors that allow good ideas—and especially, good, crazy ideas—to get off the ground. Bahcall borrows from physics, writing that most organizations exist in discrete phases. Some are good at the new; some are better at refining what’s worked already. What I especially liked was his analysis of those occasions when an organization straddled the line between the two, managing to create the future while keeping pace with the here and now. Stephanie Cohen Chief strategy officer, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Published on March 19, 2019

This is a compelling historical fiction based on a remarkable individual, Varian Fry, who bravely worked to smuggle artists out of France during World War II. Orringer evokes a vivid sense of Marseilles, the Vichy functionaries, and the remarkable people committed to save the lives and the cultural legacy of notable artists (Marc Chagall, Hannah Arendt, among them). The clever schemes to organize escape routes across the Pyrenees and the Atlantic carry the gripping narrative, but the insightful exploration of the inner lives of the characters lifts this novel to a different level. Highly recommended as an escape to a different time and place when principles and lives were on the line every day, and personal choices really mattered. By Julie Orringer Chairman and CEO, Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC Published on May 7, 2019


CORRELATION, TRADE-OFF AND CARRYTRADE OF THE SWISS FRANC By Marco Vitro Since 1803, Switzerland had a decentralized minting system. Banks issued banknotes as foreign currencies poured into the country. In 1820 there were at least 8,000 different coins in circulation. In 1825, several cantons - the regional administrative divisions of a state - issued a standard currency called "Konkordanzbatzen". After the Swiss federal constitution of 1848, only the government was able to issue money. In 1850 the Federal Coinage Act was approved, introducing the franc as the official currency of Switzerland. The Swiss National Bank (SNB) was born out of the desire to reduce the number of banknote issuing banks in the nineteenth century.

A motion to establish a central bank in 1885 failed, but a second attempt in 1903 was eventually successful. The SNB was created in 1907 and granted a monopoly on the issue of banknotes in 1910. In 1930 it joined the Bank of International Settlements (BRI). By gradually lowering interest rates after the Great Recession to negative levels, the Swiss National Bank has encouraged the use of a speculative strategy called the carry trade. The National Bank is different from most other central banks in that it is a "special joint-stock company". Its share capital is CHF 250,000. This is divided into 100,000 registered shares, so that each has a par value of CHF 250. The SNB's shares are listed on the Swiss stock exchange. Shareholders may receive dividends, but these are limited to 6%.


In 2017, the public sector held 76.36% of the shares of the National Bank, while private owners represented 23.64%. The SNB has a board of directors consisting of three people, each of whom is responsible for a specific division within the bank. They are responsible for fulfilling and maintaining the central bank's price stability mandate taking into account economic circumstances. The limit of the inflation price is not an absolute number but a band with higher and lower levels. The central bank uses policy tools such as interest rate hikes and cuts to achieve the price growth target, whether with hawkish (aggressive hard-hitting) policies or accommodating by SNB officials. SO NOT TO FORGET, when the Eurozone debt crisis began in 2011, with the first turmoil in Greece also in 2011, institutional financial operators started buying the Swiss franc as an alternative to the euro. However, as Switzerland is an export-driven economy, the stronger franc has been an obstacle for economic growth. It also undermined the effort to ban deflation-era deflation. To counter this, the SNB decided in 2011 to put a minimum EUR / CHF ratio of 1.20. So if the EUR / CHF approached to fall below this exchange rate, the bank would have weakened the Swiss unit by selling it on the open market. This clearing process lasted until early 2015. Suddenly on January 15, 2015, despite statements by SNB officials, confirming their commitment to the EUR / CHF balance plan at 1.20, communicated a few days earlier, the central bank has abandoned monetary policy without warning.

The consequence in that January 15, 2015 was the Swiss franc appreciated with an astronomical + 30% on the euro, causing chaos in all currency relationships. By gradually lowering interest rates after the Great Recession to negative levels, the Swiss National Bank has encouraged the use of a speculative strategy called the carry trade. This allows investors using the cheap borrowed franc to buy higher yielding assets; allowing them to earn the interest rate differential as income. When financial markets are relatively bullish, investors invest in yields compared to security or protection, the increase in demand for higher yielding financial instruments tends to produce a free increase in their prices. Such market conditions are typically characterized by an increase in equity markets. However, an adverse turnaround in market sentiment that shifts investor interest to capital preservation may put this dynamic backwards. Investors who have purchased riskier assets with borrowed francs exit these positions and buy back the Swiss unit to hedge the loans, bringing the currency higher. What it often produces in practice is an inverse relationship between the Swiss franc and "risky" assets, ie those with relatively higher rates of return than safer alternatives (a common example of the trade-off between "risky" assets and "safe" assets is between stocks and bonds, respectively).


Finally, considering that the Swiss franc is the sixth most traded currency in the world, according to data from the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), due to its geographical proximity and high volumes of trade with the EU, having cross currency with Swiss franc offers a unique opportunity to position oneself on the fundamentals of Eurozone growth without exposure to its structural problems. During times of economic or political turbulence in the EU, the franc is often seen as a haven of capital. Furthermore, the mechanisms behind the carry trade make the Swiss franc a common way to observe and express an opinion on trends of market sentiment. Since the currency falls frequently when markets are broadly optimistic and gains in times of turbulence, it can serve as a useful vehicle for balancing general market mood swings.

These are the currency pairs of Swiss franc CHF commonly traded with a trend related to financial markets excluding CHF / JPY which has an inverse correlation: USD / CHF AUD / CHF CAD / CHF EUR / CHF GBP / CHF NZD / CHF Â CHF / JPY


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PARIS FINTECH FORUM PARIS, FRANCE / 28-29 Considered the most exclusive European event on digital finance at fintech time, Paris Fintech Forum is a great opportunity for professionals around the world to network with peers.

THE BUSINESS CONTROL & FINANCIAL SYMPOSIUM MELBOURN, AUSTRALIA 16-18 The Business Control & Financial Symposium is an international conference dedicated to the promotion and publication of peer-reviewed research. The BCFS' mission is to encourage business faculty members to respond to current Business Control & Financial issues and interact with practitioners. Professors, students, and business people are invited to gather to share their ideas and, thus, sow the seeds for economic growth, market innovation, more effective business practices, consumer trends, and greater profits through their research. This conference is a wonderful opportunity to highlight and share the fruit of your cogitation!

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN BANKING LONDON, UK / 30 Digital Transformation in Banking Summit aims to help the banking sector learn about the latest industry best practices in Europe and address some of the most common challenges of implementing Digital Transformation.


INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR, BUSINESS AND INVESTORS SUMMIT CALGARY, CANADA / 3-7 "Your gateway to the Canadian market". The International Trade Fair, Business and Investors Summit aims to promote trade relations between Canada and countries abroad. The event is for entities interested in establishing new business relations, networking with business leaders and political representatives, learning more about business opportunities in various sectors and meeting market entry experts.

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ADVANCED BANK RISK ANALYSIS NEW YORK, USA / 5-7 The Advanced Bank Risk Analysis seminar is a three-day course that provides you with a structured framework for the comprehensive analysis of bank risk profiles in both developed and emerging markets. It builds on Fundamentals of Bank Credit Risk Analysis, although that course is not a prerequisite.

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AFRICA CASHLESS PAYMENT SYSTEMS CONFERENCE ACCRA, GHANA / 22 - 24 "Building a Cashless Africa". Africa Cashless Payment Summit on March 22-24th 2020 will create a convergence point for networking, business opportunities, strategies for a seamless and secured cashless payment for African & international tech leaders, investors, Payment Systems Executives, Financial Institutions, Fintech Companies, Payment Card Executives, Economic leaders who want to do business in Africa. The two day fintech summit will provide an opportunity for Business-toBusiness ( В 2 В ), meetings, foster discussions on Joint Venture Partnership between African Fintech companies, connect over 500+ digital leaders, Tech Corporates, MNO’s, banks, investors, regulators, start-ups, creative media and leading tech ventures from across .

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS & ECONOMICS LONDON, UK / 18 - 19 "Academeic Reserach International Business Event". The Rationale behind the conference is to provide an opportunity and platform to channelize the various multidimensional and multidisciplinary streams of Business and Economics. With business we mean an act of making money by producing or buying and selling money. Aim of a business is to make a profit. Financial stability, commerce and trade are all directly proportional to the growth of a business. A successful business covers the overall growth and development of both the employer and employee. Economics on the other hand is the branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption and transfer of wealth. A nation's Economic Growth is important for the growth and development of a nation.

SEAMLESS PAYMENTS DUBAI, UAE / 25 - 26 "The Future of Payments, Banking & Fintech". Seamless Payments brings together the entire banking, government and enterprise payment eco-system to discuss, debate, and evaluate alternative payments strategies and technologies. Tackling the biggest challenges and opportunities in the industry including Omni channel digital payments and processing, KYC, AML, security to name just a few.


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The Financier, Issue 1 Jan. 2020  

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Welcome to the Financier Magazine New decade, News magazine Forex, Stocks, Bonds, Crypto and more..

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