How can you benefit from a weaker pound?

The venerable pound hit an all-time low last week. It has recovered (very) slightly – as I write, it’s hovering at around $1.22. But it’s still looking fairly queasy.

But does the crashing pound really prove that Brexit is a dire mistake? or is it just a necessary step on the path to rebalancing the UK economy – painful for some, but equally beneficial for others?

Our report explains the ups and downs in depth and picks the best ways to invest if you want to benefit from the weak pound.

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·        How to benefit from a weaker pound 

·        Which asset classes look attractive?

·        How low can the pound go?

·        What sparked the sell-off in the pound

·        What might arrest sterling’s decline? 


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