Mike Norman is currency trader and economist who is a proponent of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). He writes a blog at www.mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com.

Reaction has created a crisis industry.
It's the euro that will fall from here, not the pound or U.K. stocks.
The huge rally in the yen following Brexit was highly emotional.
If you wonder why people don't make money investing and trading just look at what is going on.
Forget the Brexit and watch the Federal Reserve.
I am looking beyond this and focusing on the underlying fundamentals.
He displays such a poor understanding of sovereign money, it's unbelievable. 
Most people think Brexit would be bad for the economy, when in fact it is bullish. 
The selloff is once again sheer panic, and if there's one thing I've learned in trading it's that you fade panic.
When the central bank cut interest rates it was a time to buy, not sell.

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