Death Knells for the US Dollar: Part I

The recent decision by the Fed to contaminate the financial body until it responds favorably was the last straw in my book. Witness a declaration of permanent QE and hyper monetary inflation of the most virulent strain. The signal serves as the loudest death knell for the US Dollar.

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US dollar breakdown provides bullish backdrop for commodities

The strength of the US dollar has hampered the performance of the commodities markets. However the greenback is now showing signs of weakness and has broken down out of the powerful uptrend it established last summer – something which provides a bullish backdrop for commodities.

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Market outlook: Applying cycles analysis to the future direction of stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies & gold

Famed technical analyst, Charles Nenner, makes his market predictions using mathematical analysis of market cycles, and although his technique might seem unorthodox, there can be no denying the accuracy of his market forecasts. This article examines his current outlook for stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and gold.

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Profit from the decline of the Japanese yen as the unwinding of the yen carry trade comes to an end

For the past five years the Japanese yen has risen relentlessly. Now however, the primary factor that contributed to a strong yen is coming to an end, something which likely spells a major reversal for the currency. This article examines how to profit from the coming decline of the yen.

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EUR/USD trade follow up: The euro could be heading considerably lower as previous support is broken

Two weeks ago I wrote an article about how to profit from the decline of the euro suggesting that the single currency be shorted against the US dollar. This trade has worked out well, but it now looks as though the euro could be heading considerably lower.

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The trend is your friend: How to profit from the decline of the euro

The eurozone crisis has caused the euro to fall against the US dollar. Since May 2011 the euro has fallen more than 16% against the buck and it’s a trend that shows no sign of stopping. This article looks at how to profit from the decline of the euro.

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The Beginning Of The End For Greece’s Membership Of The Euro

The results of the Greek election have once again raised the possibility of a Greek exit from the Eurozone. In fact, many market commentators (myself included) now think a Greek exit inevitable. If Greece ends up with an anti-austerity government it seems inevitable that the Troika, that is the European Commission (EC), the International Monetary [...]

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The Pound Continues To Benefit From The Eurozone Crisis Reaching A 3.5 Year High Against The Euro

The British Pound has continued to benefit from the escalating crisis in the Eurozone reaching the highest level against the single currency in more than 3.5 years. Sterling has risen against the Euro to levels not seen since November 2008 after elections in France and Greece at the weekend cast doubt on the viability of [...]

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Potential Trade: Profiting From A Possible Decline In The Yen

As the chart below shows, since April 2009 the US Dollar has been in a long downtrend versus the Japanese Yen. Between the high on 6 April 2009 at 101.46, and the low on 28 October 2011 at 75.61, the USD fell 25% vs. the JPY. However since the BoJ announced its latest attempt to [...]

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Draghi Follows In Bernanke’s Footsteps & Earns His Wings

It looks as if Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has got himself a wingman in the form of European Central Bank President Mario Draghi. Bernanke earned the nickname ‘Helicopter Ben’ after giving a speech in November 2002 in which he commented that “helicopter drops” could be used to put money into the economy in order [...]

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Stock Up On Euros Before The Pound Becomes Toilet Paper

As the holiday season approaches many will be thinking about buying Euros, and with the British Pound close to €1.20 the question is, is now a good time to stock up on Euros? In response to the global economic downturn Britain embarked on a programme of massive money printing which was designed to devalue the [...]

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