So you want to trade Brexit do you? Here’s a quick handy guide from ETX Capital.

The market loves news, and over the last few years, there has been no greater fodder for trader’s appetites than Brexit.

Brexit has the ability to both move the market in the short term through continual news flow. But also shift the entire fundamental basis for an asset class or sector.

So how do you trade Brexit?

Most brokers have produced guides to trading Brexit. We’ve had Spreadex offers a guide to trading post-Brexit and What could a Hard Brexit mean for the markets? Plus how to trade the opportunity from XTB.

Now ETX Capital, who previously reported record execution and new client sign-ups on the back of the Brexit Leave Vote have come up with an Essential Guide to Brexit…

What’s in the “Essential Guide To Trading Brexit”?

ETX Capital has put together this hand guide with both educational articles on how to trade Brexit and also a series of interactive webinars with John Sheridan.

Educational Brexit articles include:

  • Brexit: how a no-deal affects sterling
  • Reaching a Brexit deal – market reactions
  • Brexit key dates for your diary

Educational Brexit Webinars include:

  • Preparing for a Brexit – special event
  • Post-Brexit summit – how will the markets react?

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