How to take profit of Trump’s Presidency: FXStreet event

As Donald Trump will take the office at the White House on January 20, FXStreet has prepared a Panel discussion to cover this big event that for sure will make history. 

If you want to know what effect will have the Inauguration of the President-elect from the US on financial assets and on your Forex strategy, keep reading! Plus: It’s a free event.


On the Panel, two of the most respected and important names of the Forex industry will discuss about what’s going to happen in the next four years and especially in the first days of Trump as a President: 

Boris Schlossberg, leading foreign exchange expert with more than 20 years of financial market experience – live from the United States.

In words of Schlossberg: “The biggest danger is that the Trump rally which has been fueled by expectations of strong increases in US economic growth, could quickly unravel if Mr. Trump appears hobbled by political concerns”.

Harry Dent, financial author and founder of Dent Research  – live from the United States.

As Dent recently said, “I see stocks going as high as 22,000 on the Dow and 2,500 on the S&P 500 by mid-July or so… maybe even a bit later”.

The debate will be presented by Ross Burland, Editor and Analyst at FXStreet, with 13 years of FX market experience – live from Central America.

Donald Trump is going to be the 45th President of The United States of America and many people thought about that as impossible, but it is happening. The world is entering a phase of unprecedented uncertainty and there are fierce fights between bulls and bears. Schlossberg and Dent will analyze this situation to know what you should expect from Trump’s policies in the markets.

Register to our 45 minutes show where you will be able to post your questions and comments because the panel will answer all your doubts that you might have.

Join us on January 19th at 15 GMT (11 AM New York time, 3 PM London, 12 PM Tokyo and 2 AM Sydney time).

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