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The euro has the power to challenge the dollar

Posted by seumasach on September 13, 2018


12th September, 2018

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker isn’t a nationalist populist, but he devoted his State of the European Union address on Wednesday to the defense of “European sovereignty.” This means, among other things, using the euro to challenge the U.S. dollar’s global dominance, particularly in an era of growing American unilateralism.

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Euro becomes the port in a storm

Posted by seumasach on June 18, 2013

“It’s hard to bet against the euro,” said Sam Katzman, chief investment officer for New York-based Constellation Wealth Advisors, which invests about $5 billion in various funds on behalf of clients. “Until we stop printing money in the U.S., or they start, the wind is at the back of the euro.”

I rest my case

Wall Street Journal

16th June, 2013

The euro is emerging as an unlikely oasis in the latest bout of market turmoil.

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Euro Vs. U.S. dollar

Posted by seumasach on March 11, 2012

Seeking Alpha

11th March, 2012

There has been a lot of talk about Greece and how the euro is going to collapse. To debunk this myth, I want to give some statistics. This article is a thesis on why it’s better to own the euro than the US dollar in my perspective. Shorting the dollar (UDN) could be considered. The only reason why the USD is so strong is because it’s the reserve currency of the world.

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