Turkish Lira Is Failing, Something Bad Is Coming

The Turkish Lira is failing.

I don’t know why, but news is coming, I think. Capital is fleeing.

RSI is confirming this move which means this spike probably isn’t the top, and there should be more to come. Someone there wants out and none of us will know why until later, or so it seems to me.

I’m not trying to spread FUD, but something seems wrong here.


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