Posts filed under “Currency”

U.S. Dollar Index Breaks Down

In early April, we looked at the US dollar doing poorly versus the Euro.

Today, we see another depiction of this via a good chart from Jeff Saut. The dollar has broken its most recent level of support.
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U.S. Dollar Index

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To those short the dollar, the trend remains your friend . . .

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Source:
“Risk versus Reward”
Jeff Saut
Equity Research Department, Raymond James & Associates
April 16, 2007
http://www.raymondjames.com/inv_strat.htm

Category: Currency, Economy

Euro Strength versus Dollar Weakness?

Category: Currency, Economy, Technical Analysis

What Market Hazards Are Ahead?

Category: Currency, Earnings, Markets, Real Estate

Its not China, its the Economy (Stupid!)

Category: Commodities, Currency, Federal Reserve, Index/ETFs, Investing, Markets, Psychology

S&P500 in Yen and Euros

Category: Currency, Investing, Markets

A Glut of Liquidity?

Category: Currency, Federal Reserve, Investing, Markets

What’s a penny worth?

Category: Commodities, Currency, Federal Reserve

Cash No Longer Trash?

Category: Currency, Federal Reserve, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Psychology

Countries GDP as US States

Fascinating stuff: Carl Størmer points us to this amazing map of the United States. Each state’s economic output is analogized to another country’s GDP. click for larger chart: Notable omissions: U.K., Japan, Germany, China, Russia, Italy. I cannot vouch for the precision of this, but by eyeball, it looks about right. Carl adds: “When seeing…Read More

Category: Currency, Economy, Finance, Valuation

Bullish on the Dow?

Category: Currency, Investing, Markets