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mandiwie
(kartitsch, Austria)
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mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Oct 17, 2010 14:26
In Thread: USD
Currency Wars, The Cycle of Deflation and Misguided U.S. Economic Policy
By: Gordon_T_Long
http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article23555.html
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Oct 17, 2010 12:11
Australian Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan urged against intervention in rallying the local currency.
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Oct 17, 2010 12:07
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Oct 17, 2010 12:00
In Thread: USD
http://www.thedailycrux.com/content/6010/Mortgages
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Oct 3, 2010 15:58
In Thread: EUR
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Sep 28, 2010 22:17
In Thread: EUR
sorry for the mistake as soon as the topic Eurozone emerges again, the direction for eurusd goes south
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Sep 28, 2010 22:16
In Thread: EUR
catnip

your call could be right for a perfect market, but not for a reality driven by short term gains.

I agree with you, as soon as the topic Eurozone emerges again, the direction goes north

But for the time now QE intervention threats from BOJ and fresh liquidity for risk appetite prevail

Negative Fundamentals concerning Eurozone are not important at the moment - obviously
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Sep 26, 2010 17:45
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Sep 26, 2010 16:34
In Thread: EUR
I just came across an interesting article conferming my doubts in my post about euro strength
http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/65672/20100926/euro-rises-but-for-the-wrong-reasons.htm
mandiwie
kartitsch, Austria
Posts: 69
12 years ago
Sep 26, 2010 15:23
In Thread: EUR
Ashraf

I remember your fully convinced and repeated call until June (article Eurozone Core, USD Index & Swiss Knife) for EurUSd 1,16; now three months later your target is 1,38 mainly on the edge of QE reasons

I wonder the reasons for it: changing fundamentals or merely the force of speculants against a single currency
Nobody really assumes fundamental conditions in and for Europe have improved within three months, in my mind only the focus has been altered, now speculating against USD is the focus, in the meantime obviously already undervalued

Shouldn't we be aware of a renewed sudden change of sentiment ? profittaking, rumours on purpose and so on