FXAssetManagement.com Believes the Dollar Will Get Even Stronger and US Equities Weaken
FXAssetManagement.com believes the Dollar will get even stronger based on it's evaluation of technical and fundamental factors.
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Feb. 26, 2013 - PRLog -- FXAssetManagement.com Believes the US Dollar Will Get Even Stronger and US Equities Weaken
The Euro had strengthened against the USD but has weakened sharply as of late. FXAssetManagement.com believes the Dollar will get even stronger based on and not limited to, it's own experience, evaluation of technical factors, and fundamental factors. All of which have worked well in the past when evaluating, and coming to a conclusion.
Fxassetmanagement.com, is a Money Manager who has shown accuracy in past predictions, they can be found on Fxassetmanagement.com. Fxassetmanagement.com also sees the US Stock market weakening at least a 1,000 points by mid- June and believe we could see the USD strengthen versus EUR to 1.26 by than, or sooner.
We are still advising to leave 80% assets in safe liquid investments and only speculate with the other 20% and warn investors, of the importance of risk management and capital preservation.
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