Monthly Archives: November 2012

Shifting Roles: Turkey Buys Nat Gas With Gold

Currencies used to be backed by gold and over the past the decade, investors have found safety with the precious metal. Some people think currencies are only a system of money used in exchange for goods, but could we see

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Shifting Roles: Turkey Buys Nat Gas With Gold

Currencies used to be backed by gold and over the past the decade, investors have found safety with the precious metal. Some people think currencies are only a system of money used in exchange for goods, but could we see

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FOREX: Red Flags Waving For Canadian Dollar

The Canadian dollar is a commodity currency that soon may also have the title of reserve currency. If classified a reserve currency, the loonie, its nickname may continue to strengthen, as governments and institutions choose to diversify away from the

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FOREX: Red Flags Waving For Canadian Dollar

The Canadian dollar is a commodity currency that soon may also have the title of reserve currency. If classified a reserve currency, the loonie, its nickname may continue to strengthen, as governments and institutions choose to diversify away from the

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High Beta FX Vulnerable To Pre-Holiday Weakness

The risk aversion trade remained relatively quiet today as no major U.S. economic reports were released. Over the next couple of months, the spotlight in FX will remain with the European Debt Crisis and the U.S. fiscal cliff. In Europe,

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Best FX Trades for Election Day: Euro and Aussie

Volatility declines in the FX market have made some traders reminisce the days of 200 plus pip daily moves. The lack of volatility stems from two big questions in the U.S. economy. Who will win today’s U.S. Presidential Election and

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Best FX Trades for Election Day: Euro and Aussie

Volatility declines in the FX market have made some traders reminisce the days of 200 plus pip daily moves. The lack of volatility stems from two big questions in the U.S. economy. Who will win today’s U.S. Presidential Election and

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