Currencies

No matter who wins, the risks to the currency are rising.
Traders should do the opposite of what worked last year.
It looks like currency's long-term uptrend is over for now.
The charts indicate we should watch the March 13 low.
Have you ever noticed how their narratives keep changing?
They matter -- except when they don't.
Evidence of money 'un-printing' helps justify position.
Keeping currency weak is reason enough to avoid it.
They go something like, "Oh, our profits done left us..."
This is the opposite scenario to the 'Euro Fever' of 2007.

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