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A Dangerous Game Real Money Pro($)

The impact of sanctions on Russia, Europe and the euro.
Economic weakness may also start to shift expectations about Fed policy.
Relative asset prices are favoring the dollar.
This week could decide the fate of the euro.
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.

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Lights, Camera, ACTION! This move lately in GPRO has been stellar, up nearly 12% over the past couple of sess...
For just under two weeks MCD has been bumping up against a very solid wall of resistance. The $96.95 to ...
Texas Instruments is surging today. Shares are up over 2.7% and are moving further into new 52W high gro...
Shares of Amazon (AMZN) have been trading within a set of Fibonacci retracements measured off their 2014 range...

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