Four Reasons The Dollar Should Be Higher And One It Is Not

September 29, 2016

The dollar should be much higher than the midpoint of the short and long-term trading range against other major currencies. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha, I outline the four reasons the dollar should be higher and the one reason that is keeping it at its current level.

Article: Four Reasons The Dollar Should Be Higher And One It Is Not

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Why I Changed My View On The Dollar

April 11, 2016

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The U.S. dollar has everything going for it when it comes to the greenback’s value against other currencies. However, it seems like fundamentals do not seem to matter any more and the dollar looks destined to fall. In my latest work for Seeking Alpha I explain why I reluctantly changed my view of the dollar in March, why the path of least resistance appears to be lower and why I hope that central bankers around the world understand what is happening in markets.

Article: Why I Changed My View On The Dollar

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Can Gold And The Dollar Move Together?

February 29, 2016

There is typically an inverse historical relationship between the value of the U.S. dollar and the price of gold. A strong dollar tends to mean a lower price for the yellow metal. In my latest piece for Seeking Alpha I explain why 2016 is a year of divergence and explore the reasons why a strong dollar and higher gold are not only possible in the months ahead, it is likely.

Article: Can Gold And The Dollar Move Together?

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Why Is The U.S. Dollar So Strong And What Does It Mean For Commodity Prices?

January 11, 2016

The U.S. dollar index appreciated by almost 9% in 2015 and that was bad news for commodity prices. In my latest piece for About.com I explain why the dollar is strong and why continued strength is likely to mean the fifth straight year of bear market conditions in commodity markets.

Article: Why Is The U.S. Dollar So Strong And What Does It Mean For Commodity Prices?

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Protect Assets With The Dollar

November 16, 2015

In mid October, the dollar began what now seems to be the first move in its next leg higher. In my latest work for Seeking Alpha I outline all of the reasons that I believe the dollar is now headed directly for parity against the euro and why the trend of the dollar and fundamentals will likely take it even higher.

Article: Protect Assets With The Dollar

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The Dollar and Metals The Inverse Relationship Could Mean the Next Leg Down

November 9, 2015

The dollar has resumed its ascent as it broke out of the trading range to the upside last week. In my latest article for The Commodity Strategist on CQG I look at the action in the dollar, gold and copper and explain what could be ahead for these metals that are approaching key support levels.

Article: The Dollar and Metals The Inverse Relationship Could Mean the Next Leg Down

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