Currencies

The ECB is secretly buying dollars to keep the euro down.
Why that matters to stocks and commodities.
Using the currency as a weapon is a sure way to make it unattractive.
I underestimated the duration and magnitude of the selloff.

The Euro Will Not Survive Real Money Pro($)

The idea of European countries borrowing for less than the U.S. is ludicrous.
A loss of its reserve status would be a boon, not a bust.
I am bullish and still long at higher levels.
Resistance is at $1.3600, with downside potential projecting to $1.3435.
The short side of the market is in very weak hands.
Charts of related currency ETFs reveal details on dollar strength and euro weakness.

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