finder money podcast #46: Bitcoin price forecasts and Oct market update

Marc Terrano 1 November 2017

In this episode we talked to Russell Sandiford, Dealer at easyMarkets, to hear his forecasts for bitcoin prices and the factors causing volatility. Russell also talked about his view for the Australian dollar heading into 2018, and he also gave us a general market update for the month of October. Topics included:

  • The main drivers behind rises and falls in the price of bitcoin
  • How Russell thinks about bitcoin and its long term future price
  • How much Russell thinks a bitcoin will cost by the end of 2017
  • Tips for those looking to trade in bitcoin
  • The main drivers behind rises and falls in the AUD
  • Russell's view of the optimal price for the AUD
  • Russell's story and how one becomes a dealer
  • General tips for beginner traders
  • The biggest news releases that are currently affecting currency prices in the US, Australia and New Zealand
  • How Russell filters through news and how it impacts currency prices

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