FXY

What Negative Interest Rates Tell You About The Risk-Reward Backdrop

When a country's central bank reduces its interests rates below zero the action should boost the relative appeal of stocks. At least that's the theory... More 

Why Good and Bad News Don’t Help Stocks Anymore

Since the Great Recession the Fed has consistently backed efforts to keep the markets higher. What will happen now with rates moving up? More 

3 Way to Take Advantage of a Declining Yen

Weakening Japanese growth prospects and an aggressive Bank of Japan should lead to a weaker yen. Here are three ways to play. More 

3 Indicative ETFs to Watch

The broader ETF benchmarks can march forward as long as there is a belief that the Fed can prevent a nerve-wracking downtrend. More 

5 Days of Fearful Trading Provide ETF Insights

High-performing and consistent ETFs suggest that U.S. economic growth could be slowing for now and that great potential for bargains still lie in Asian stocks. More 

The Europeans Are Making Things Tough for Japan

The frustrating channel on the JPY/USD exchange rate might finally be providing investors with a trading opportunity in the FXY. More 

3 Warning Signs of a Looming Market Correction

There are warnings signs of a stock correction everywhere, if you just know where to look. More