Pitting Europe Against China Real Money Pro($)

Europe is clawing back as China slips -- so here's a fine currency play to put on.
The currency has pulled back, but some positive economic data should give it a bounce.
Perhaps economic good news is on the way.

A Dollar Bear in 2014 Real Money Pro($)

Three areas will likely have a major impact on the greenback next year.
Against the Swiss franc, the greenback looks to be on the cusp of a big move down.
The best trade will likely be from the short side at moderately better levels.
I suspect the currency will rally in the coming days or weeks.
Against the Swiss franc, the buck will soon set off on a new path.
The technicals and the fundamentals seem to disagree.
Currencies must be backed by something tangible.

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