But they're willing to dive into their own stocks.
The greenback's softness is just a temporary adjustment.
To be afraid of an economy with a strengthening currency is misguided.
Don't go shorting the dollar just yet.
US dollar's strength simply reflects the strength of the economy.
I would start to worry about real estate.
ECB moves weaken euro to help Europeans
Comments give the greenback a boost.
Creeping weakness shows up against other currencies.
If this scenario occurs, the euro will quickly unravel.

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