Beware the Most Overcrowded Trade in the World

The most overcrowded trade in the world could be about to unravel. The crash in the euro currency, the crisis in Greece, and rumours of a rise in interest rates has caused the US Dollar to explode rapidly higher in the past 8 months. This has created another problem… Trader…

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This Is What Switzerland’s Shocking Currency Decision Could Mean…

Last December I warned that a “market timebomb” will destroy the Swiss Banks by 2016. Incredibly, it seems that the Swiss Banks could not wait to drop another “timebomb” of their own… this year! Last week the Swiss National Bank (SNB) decided to remove its currency peg to the Euro.…

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The Greek Election Will Bring A Financial Storm To The Markets

If the threat of deflation and massive unemployment was not already bad enough, things are about to get even worse. Once again Europe finds itself in another financial storm, so expect to see a lot of volatility and uncertainty in the markets between now and the next three weeks. For…

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Get Ready for NEGATIVE Interest Rates

This sounds insane, but it’s likely to start today… The European Central Bank is expected today to cut interest rates and force Europe into NEGATIVE interest rates for the first time in the eurozone’s history. Imagine paying a bank to hold your money for you. Who would want to place…

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Currency Forecast | Targets for EURUSD, GBPUSD and USDJPY

Transcript of the Interview between Swiss Financial Television and Alessio Rastani 1: The ECB seems to be in this wait and see period how is this affecting the common currency? Do analysts see risks in further Euro gains? There have been fresh reports that the ECB is “shrinking” its balance…

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European Crisis | Europe Is About To Make A Big Mistake

Europe is in a sticky mess and Europe’s leaders are about to make yet another mistake. The recent big story that dominated this week, was the threat of a downgrade of the credit ratings of 15 eurozone countries, including Germany and France. So what is going to be Europe’s response?…

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