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Dropping Interest in the Euro Zone

On January 8, I wrote about the Swiss National Bank (SNB) keeping the exchange rate between the euro and the Swiss franc at 1.20 or higher. This means the euro

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U.S. Dollar Trash Talk

Given the actions of the Fed and the U.S. government, the U.S. dollar is glorified toilet paper that simply has not made it to the sewer yet… or at least,

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U.S. Dollar Chart: Clueless About Currency Markets

Understanding currency markets means dismissing the U.S. dollar chart. Since the invention of the microchip in 1971, it has multiplied by the trillions, creating more chips per person and a

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What the IRS Ruling Means for Bitcoin Category Commodities

  Rodney Johnson | Thursday, March 27, 2014 >> It only exists in digital form, as a saved piece of software, like a computer file. It can’t be lost, destroyed,

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“It Was Like Free Money”

I was reading a February 25 Wall Street Journal article, entitled Yuan’s Decline Triggers Fears on Leveraged Bets, when five words jumped off the screen and slapped me. “It was

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$4,000 (so far) Betting Against the Aussie Dollar

Here at Dent Research, we make no bones about our forecast for the U.S. dollar: it’s going higher! And that means we’re bearish on most foreign currencies, which naturally take

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The 2 Reasons Why the Aussie Dollar is Done For

I lectured a lot in Australia throughout the 1990s. I saw the Aussie dollar drop as low as 48 cents and go as high as 73 cents to the U.S.

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Of Course the U.S. Dollar Will Get Stronger

  Our research is based on people and how they spend money in predictable ways over the course of their lives. We, as consumers, spend a lot when we’re young.

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The Dollar’s Bullish Breakout

The U.S. dollar bounced around like a buoy in choppy water last year. It began the year in a strong uptrend, gaining more than 5% by the middle of May.

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Don’t Bet Against the Dollar

Hyper-inflationists — of the gold bug variety, or otherwise — hold firmly to the mental image of Ben Bernanke circling the New York skyline in a helicopter, dropping $100 bills