Tanzeel Akhtar trained as a foreign correspondent at the University of Helsinki, Finland and news journalist at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. NCTJ Qualified - Media Law, Public Administration and Shorthand 100wpm.
Most recently her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal Newspaper, Bitcoin Magazine, FT Alphaville, FT This is Africa, CNBC, Campden Family Office, Citywire, Modern Investor, Spear's Wealth Management Magazine, Euromoney, Yahoo Finance, Global Investor, ETF.com, CIO UK, Forbes, Funds Global Asia, Portfolio Institutional. and BRIC magazine.
She has held full-time positions at Interactive Investor, Fund Strategy, Money Marketing, Money Observer, Mining Journal, Marketing Week, Futures and Options Intelligence. Interned at The Independent, South Wales Argus and Lancashire Evening Post.
Recent Articles By The Author
Bitcoin Takes a Hard Pounding Amid China Ban
Bitcoin has plummeted below $3,000 amid the ban on initial coin offerings in China. Should investors be worried?
John McAfee and Global Bitcoin Fans Challenge Jamie Dimon's 'Fraud' Comments
Earlier this week JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon caused Bitcoin to plummet in value when he called the cryptocurrency a 'fraud' and 'worse than tulip bulbs.' But staunch Bitcoin supporters like John McAfee are fighting back. One critic even says Dimon is just a cry-baby who is afraid banks will become obsolete.
Bitcoin Competes With Gold in an Epic Smackdown
Bitcoin is plummeting. Though the cryptocurrency has been thought of as being a safe haven like gold with more potential upside, its volatility of late may have shifted investors' opinions.
Jamie Dimon Kicks Bitcoin Where It Hurts
After the JPMorgan CEO lambasts Bitcoin, the valuation of the cryptocurrency plummets 2%.
Noted Short Seller Andrew Left Is Bearish on Bitcoin Investment Trust and ICOs
Citron Research's Andrew Left thinks the Bitcoin initial coin offering hype is overblown.