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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

Looks like to boat is tipping the other way.

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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

 

here the OP again, guess didnt go where some thought it would, ....

 

 

Greek, Portugal

 

who is next?

 

 

Spain maybe?

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Greece is in deep trouble ....Portugal, Spain and dont forget Ireland are the next ones in the Euro zone.The Euro zone looks to have its share of worries as does the US. Its a real problem that has only just begun. Just my opinion...I will stick with my USD's for now.unsure.gif

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RogerDuMond

Euro is King now!

 

The Saudis are considering quoting oil in Euro, instead of dollars, which is to be decided by 2012.

 

If that happens, say good by to the Dollar, it'll just be another currency.

I wouldn't bet on the Euro. Tonights ABC news said the the economy of Greece is in near collapse and that it is very possible that Greece will default on its debt. They also said that the economies of Italy and Portugal are also in dire straights.

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TheMatrix

Is the financial world screwed up, or what?

 

Goldman Sachs indicted for fraud? Greece blowing up the

Euro? Even the Australian Dollar, everyone's favorite

commodity currency, got whacked today. What's happening?

 

The EUR/USD - everyone's darling currency the last few

years, is imploding all over again, and with no end in sight.

I think we could see another 1,000 point drop.

Just a short time ago, everyone was talking about China and

Middle East moving to the Euro as a reserve currency.

And then Greece came along and messed all that up.

 

And the British Pound? I think it's ready for a 2,000 point run.

Especially the GBP/JPY. It's called the The Orient Express,

and oh, my: it can trend like a savage beast.

 

We love all this volatility!

Money making opportunities abound in forex trading!

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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

 

here the OP again, guess didnt go where some thought it would, ....

 

 

Greek, Portugal

 

who is next?

 

 

Spain maybe?

 

Well its all about the timing.

Should have sold your Euro in time and now its time to buy again.

But me I don't believe in "investing" anyway. I prefer to work for my money.

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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

 

here the OP again, guess didnt go where some thought it would, ....

 

 

Greek, Portugal

 

who is next?

 

 

Spain maybe?

 

Well its all about the timing.

Should have sold your Euro in time and now its time to buy again.

But me I don't believe in "investing" anyway. I prefer to work for my money.

 

 

What do you define as work, manual labor?

 

You were the one who started this, now you don't want to remember?

 

 

I sold my Euros for $$ at 1.45.

 

I guess your call now (May 1st) is not correct either.

 

 

1.28 something today, you lost 3 %!

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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

 

here the OP again, guess didnt go where some thought it would, ....

 

 

Greek, Portugal

 

who is next?

 

 

Spain maybe?

 

Well its all about the timing.

Should have sold your Euro in time and now its time to buy again.

But me I don't believe in "investing" anyway. I prefer to work for my money.

 

 

What do you define as work, manual labor?

 

You were the one who started this, now you don't want to remember?

 

 

I sold my Euros for $$ at 1.45.

 

I guess your call now (May 1st) is not correct either.

 

 

1.28 something today, you lost 3 %!

 

Yeah, I'd have to hold longer. Right now I'll buy some more

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well uncle sugar and companys been wipen yours butts ..buttering your bread...and keeping ya safe from the neighborhood bullies...no defense budgets...huge loans and subsidies from the essentially american... world bank ...u n ...imf....riding the backs of america and her fighting men...its time to buck up ...dump all the ragheads and other assorted morons you imported to make politicians rich and the convenient victims for the huge lib fag commie contingents in all the whinning socialist democracies ...the worlds lived high on the hog on the blood of brave americans who died enmasse 60 years ago not to mention all those stationed far from home serving and dying every day...what would happen if the yuan was the world standard? ...thats right amigos ...youd all be eating chow mein out the butts of some commie asshole whod rape the wife and kids for dessert...

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So whoever went out of the EUR and in to the USD on 30th August as the OP suggested has lost something like 3.5% until now

 

 

 

here the OP again, guess didnt go where some thought it would, ....

 

 

Greek, Portugal

 

who is next?

 

 

Spain maybe?

 

Well its all about the timing.

Should have sold your Euro in time and now its time to buy again.

But me I don't believe in "investing" anyway. I prefer to work for my money.

 

 

What do you define as work, manual labor?

 

You were the one who started this, now you don't want to remember?

 

 

I sold my Euros for $$ at 1.45.

 

I guess your call now (May 1st) is not correct either.

 

 

1.28 something today, you lost 3 %!

 

Yeah, I'd have to hold longer. Right now I'll buy some more

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IMHO folks have yet to learn anything. All those self anointed experts who were clueless as to the current economic disaster that has destroyed countless hopes and dreams are now advising others to buy, buy, buy. Just as they did with the dot bombs, not-so-real estate, and now gold. They will cause yet another gluttonous run on something until that falls through and then move on to the next whatever. Try caring enough gold around to buy a single stay in any hotel or buy a loaf of bread. I am not convinced that any of those learned embryos have a clue as to what is really going to happen. Well, I for one am putting all my money into the only time tested profitable commodity possible. Prostitution is the only feasible solution in any economy. It just makes no difference what the johns pay with as long as they pay with usable currency, services, etc., even sea shells if they are valuable enough and there is to date no end in sight for continued growth and prosperity. :regler:

 

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RogerDuMond

..the worlds lived high on the hog on the blood of brave americans who died enmasse 60 years ago

Almost twice as many Americans died in Vietnam as died in the war that started 60 years ago. The Korean War started June 25, 1950 almost 60 years ago.

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Durham

ONLY brave Americans, what about Brits, Aussies,Kiwis and Canadians.

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ONLY brave Americans, what about Brits, Aussies,Kiwis and Canadians.

 

The winner makes the rules, ...

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