Who holds and prints the $100tn-worth of global debt? http://t.co/Ucr4gUrHlY by Otmane EL RHAZI March 9th, 6:56 pm
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OtmaneELRHAZI paper.li is out http://t.co/bI71spHNgq by Otmane EL RHAZI March 9th, 3:03 pm
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ты носишь каблуки? — Maybe once or twice when I was young! http://t.co/fzXnNEGcVD March 9th, 2:09 pm
International Gold Market trend next week http://t.co/tFmwo9z5Ak by Otmane EL RHAZI March 9th, 1:51 pm
Mainstream media begins to focus on precious metals manipulation http://t.co/1SN0Y2ZgPf by Otmane EL RHAZI March 9th, 1:51 pm
@DonEquitymaven sure. It looks nice blog full of interesting ideas. Is it your? March 9th, 9:00 am
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Great speech at the conference.
Take the current situation:
I am bullish on the Dollar Index (DXC)
I believe the Dec 27th low marks the start of a sustained move higher
Which FX pairs since Dec 27th are the best candidates to trade?
DXC has rallied just over 1% but EUR/USD is off more than 1.5%. Thus why would traders not trade (short) EUR/USD versus the other pairs (except USD/CHF) which are underperforming?