Euro Trust Currencyshares Invesco (FXE)
$109.44 0.43 (0.39%)
16:00 EDT FXE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 268.13M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 131,408
Day's Range 109.32 - 109.56
52-Week Range 100.64 - 113.04
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Ken Trester
Going forward, politics is still a question mark and could be a stimulus for a major correction down the road. But one area where I am willing to place a long-term bullish bet is in currencies.
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...
The U.S. economy continues to show signs of frailty, with little sign of a change for the future. Here are the charts you need to see today...
A break would virtually assure a continued non-confirmation and reversion to a bear market.
We wouldn’t be surprised to see FXE drop back down toward $104.
U.S. interest rates and the euro help illustrate the reasoning behind this action.
It's just a matter of time before the beleaguered euro takes another dive. Take advantage of the next dip by playing options on the FXE ETF.
Look to buy your favorite stocks at least 10% below Tuesday's close.
Buyers of Europe ETFs have favored hedged products such as the HEDJ ETF in 2015, but funds exposed to the euro may now be the better bet.
Gold and gold stocks are depressed, but major currency headwinds mean that any rally is likely to be short-lived.
Gold prices and GLD have performed well so far this year, but will the rising U.S. dollar could be a persistent threat to continued gains in 2014.
Two developments in the currency market are putting upward pressure on the dollar, and downward pressure on the Euro. Find out how to trade this move.
Precious metals take a year-end tumble. Bullish sentiment and predictions of $2,000/oz. remain. Is the run in precious metals over?...