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Nigel Farage: ‘Take back control of your finances’

Moneymagpie Team 13th Oct 2021 No Comments

Isn’t it funny how your views can change quite radically, quite quickly, when you live in ‘extreme times’?

I’ve certainly changed my opinion about a lot of things (and about quite a few people) over the last eighteen months, and they’re still changing!

A few years ago I was an ardent Remainer, furious when we voted to leave.

Now I can see quite a few advantages to Brexit and some future possibilities for an independent UK that I hadn’t seen before.

The point is, our views change if we keep an open mind, and it’s good to hear from all sides of the political divide.

So when I got the opportunity to interview Nigel Farage about his new, FREE, financial newsletter Fortune and Freedom I jumped at the chance.

As you may know, Nigel’s background before he went into politics was in the City. He has first-hand experience of how the financial machine works in this country and abroad.

Like me, Nigel believes in taking control of your finances and not just assuming that the financial companies have your best interests at heart….because they don’t!

Nigel also has unique insights into the way the Government is behaving right now and has a few choice things to say about Boris in particular!

So watch this interview and find out where he thinks the economy is going and where he thinks it’s best for you to invest right now.

There’s a lot of useful information here, so do watch it when you get the time.

And you can sign up for FREE to the excellent Fortune and Freedom newsletter now to get really good insights into what you need to know about the global economy and how to protect your money.

Disclaimer: MoneyMagpie is not a licensed financial advisor and therefore information found here including opinions, commentary, suggestions or strategies are for informational, entertainment or educational purposes only. This should not be considered as financial advice. Anyone thinking of investing should conduct their own due diligence.

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Jasmine Birtles

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