Currencies

The loss of the dollar's reserve status would not be a disaster.
A long yen position will reward you well, but patience is crucial.
Look at it as just another currency, rather than a commodity.
Japan's consumption-tax hike and high short interest should propel the yen even higher.
Keep a close eye on the forex market in the coming weeks.
How my call on the Canadian dollar is playing out.
If that eventually happens, it really won't be such a big deal.
The euro, meanwhile, is on the wane.
Shorting the euro seems insane under these circumstances.
Dissatisfaction with currency was strongly evident at the polls.

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