No currency in gambling your future on Brexit roulette

Is there currency in playing Brexit roulette? The question should really be about how Brexit is affecting currency, since this is the one most frequently asked at the moment.

That means this is less about what goes on in the brain of Boris Johnson and more about the implications on financial planning for those who are moving to and living in France.

I have been giving international financial advice for more than two-and-a-half decades, so am no stranger to talking about currency, remembering life before the euro.

In that time I have seen many private individuals try to make money out of betting on the direction of currency.

The score so far? All to currency and zero to the would-be punters.

Don’t get me wrong. I have met many lucky people for whom it worked out well, due to pure luck with unplanned timing, ...

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