The last one is what may have more to do with the “Leave” side, but it doesn’t seem to be the only point being made. There are many to keep up with and if I may ask you, when you see headlines, how do you know they are the right ones?
The British Pound has been the most profitable currency in the world since Britain started trading with it. It’s the key to all the Great Britain world trade.
The British Pound has outperformed every other currency in the world and always will. It’s such a fantastic product that I think we should have it again if they go out of the EU.
A lot of our currency is backed by the British Pound, so when you hold your paper Pound it’s your own savings. We have not had a change for years, which is great.
Not only is the Pound a phenomenal asset, but it’s a fantastic addition to any portfolio. You can hold gold or silver in your portfolio and it all has its place.
It works well with other assets, the importance of currency is that it holds different types of currencies together. If you were to put any type of commodity together you’d get a good risk-reward in time, that’s the nature of currency.
It’s the most liquid currency in the world, we don’t need a chart to tell us where it’s going. A lot of it can even be bought in small batches, which keeps it cheap and makes it work for us in the long run.
One thing I should mention is the difference between the current pound and the historical figure is that the historical figures are cheaper because you have to pay to buy them. Since the people are mad about currency and want it back, they’re just willing to pay for it.
It’s not as easy to get rid of a Pound as the British Pound was so easy to get rid of, so that’s something to watch out for. Many of the banks in Britain are unwilling to sell at a discount because they still see the pound as the “safe haven”.
If the EU tries to force them to do that, it’s very likely the pound will just keep rising. If you’re looking to play a long term game, this is probably the best currency to use.
Of course, I am an enthusiast and I’m a bit biased in favor of the British Pound, but it’s not too hard to understand why some of the other countries like to have the same type of asset with them. So we will have to wait and see how this all plays out.