George Soros

George Soros, a Hungarian born speculator, is perhaps the most famous of all FX traders. He famously broke the Bank of England after taking some significant short positions on the GBP in 1992. He correctly predicted that the British Government would have to devalue the Pound.  

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George Soros Articles

Want to Become a Successful FX Trader? Read This. // 15 May 2013

Here are some tips that could help you become a better, if not a more successful fx trader. Read more >>

GBP’s Bogus Adventure // 15 Feb. 2012

We’ve spoken at length at FX Strategy about identifying the safe haven currencies of the future as we question whether the currencies of the past will ultimately retain their status. As we have reported on many occasions as well, we are not alone here but in the company of some very smart FX operators such as Jim Rogers and George Soros. Read more >>

Soro's Solution // 09 Jan. 2012

In December we took a look at the dire predicament Greece is in and pondered what the outcome may be under different scenarios. Read more >>

Pondering a Greek Tragedy // 20 Dec. 2011

With FX markets along with global stock and bond markets showing no let up post the 24 hour “everything will be ok” Eurozone deal, this Friday we take a look at how things may play out if (or is it when??) Greece defaults and what it means for the EUR. Read more >>

FX Special Ops // 08 July 2011

I’ve been wanting to write about the Chinese Renminbi for some time but each week I ultimately figure what’s the point? With its pegged structure it’s as good as untradeable! Read more >>

George Soros’ Famous Trade // 10 June 2011

Last week I pondered Europe’s multitude of troubles and the effects it would have on the Euro currency and further whether this may offer the possibility of a profitable trade in shorting the Euro. Read more >>

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