Francis Hunt is an Enthusiastic Trader, Teacher & Technician of the Markets over the last 26 years.
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He is known for calling for:
- The Collapse in Oil in July 2014, that was the primary theme of markets for the next 18 months
- The China Break down in the beginning of 2016.
- Precious Metals Long calls in 2001 from $256, 2009 thru to 2011 $962 to $1900 with substantial Risk to Reward outcomes
- The collapse of the Euro to the CHF (EURCHF Short Trade) in November 2009, inadvertently pre-empting the Greek Crisis trade of 2010. More recently again the floor fail was predicted for 2015 January, leading to a 30% FX move in hours that broke many brokers as a result
- The Militarisation macro bull theme since 2009, including shares/stocks such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Dynamics, in the UK, Babcock, BAE & the EU in Dassault some of which have gone up 400-500%
- Francis & Students have landed a 62.5 RRR shorting the USDJPY, utilising HVF Theory and value low to High Volatility trades with high RRR.
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He is also known for his Macro Economic views with special reference to the Western Nations sovereign debt situation and the fallout this will cause with reference to Inflation and possible social upheaval and unrest.
He has specific opinions on how best, for families and individuals to protect their wealth from the fallout he anticipates.
‘You set the nature of society according to the behaviour you incentivise’. This is one of his maxims and Francis believes short term incentives and powerful insider groups, lobbyists and big corporates, have contributed to an imbalanced global community, that represent the few at the expense of the masses.
Francis has shown great capacity for marked ‘shifts’ in trader outcomes. He runs programs, training & online private mentoring rooms, to help aspirant traders become profitable. Contact as below
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