The bottom is in for the British pound.
The greenback's rally won't last very much longer.
London bankers are worried the city will lose euro derivatives clearing.
Fundamentals may finally drive the greenback to where the technicals can't seem to take it.

Intermediate Trade: Euro ETF Real Money Pro($)

Closing one trade, then opening another in the same price direction has its benefits.
The devaluation that has occurred is giving Britain a competitive boost.
The currency's long-term trend is down. But it's not a straightforward journey.
Central banks have ways to kill off currency speculators. Be aware of them.
Other countries will soon follow the U.K.'s example.
It will take a rally to around $1.30 to break the downtrend.

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