Taking Yet Another Look at the U.S. Dollar Index

Is the time right for a downward move?

The One Chart to Watch Right Now

It hinges on the movement of the U.S. dollar and whether the flight to safety is over or just on pause.

A Weak Euro, Pound Make for Strong Investment Opportunities

European currencies are way down vs. the dollar. That makes for cheap vacations -- and cheap stock prices, too. Let's use Manpower Group as an example.

Positive Momentum Is About to Collide With Earnings and the Fed

We'll soon see whether the market can handle whatever news is thrown at it in the way of news next week.

Sitting on a Pile of Sidelined Cash? Here's a Strategy to Hedge It

There is a way to hedge cash positions in a portfolio while we wait to see if this is a bull trap or the real deal.

By George, Here's How Equity Investors Should Play the Almighty Dollar

For the stock market, dollar strength and Fed tightening are the same trade.

Market Recon: Cautious Optimism, The Data, FOMC, Currency Wars, Week Ahead

Also, watch the Treasury yield curve this week. Yes, the curve remains horribly mangled.

A Strong Dollar Could Undermine These 3 Stocks With Massive Overseas Revenue

Two are household names, and the entire trio could see their results dinged by a greenback that continues to rise against foreign currencies.

Rumors of the Euro's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

Nobody thinks the euro can recover, but in the big picture, a $1.00 euro is probably as unsustainable as the $1.60 euro was in 2008.

Recession-Bound Japan Aided by Weak Yen on Exports

With the yen testing ¥137 and stubbornly staying above ¥135 to the U.S. dollar, Japanese exporters will benefit from a currency-exchange boon to the bottom line.