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YENNING for more U.S. Dollars

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July 16, 2010 – Comments (3)

Actually... It appears no one is YENNING for U.S. Dollars.....

Since I put out a *WARNING*  on the EURO/USD  stating that we are in serious doo doo if it dips past 1.19.....  (and it never did.. it touched it and then bounced back up).

I may as well post another speculative *WARNING* on the U.S. Dollar / YEN situation.

USD/JPY                <  65.00             and we are in seriously insane DOO DOO droppings.

So let's hope it doesn't happen....  I'd like to have an AMERICA left to enjoy next year.

Today's Stocks to Watch:

(GAME)
(PLD)
(FRED)

3 recent recommendations from Varchild.  All taking a beating today from the nearly 200 point DOW plunge this morning.  *Ouch*

We will ever see DOW 2,500   ever again?  Or are we destined to go below 2,500 on the DOW forever and ever?  Not that we are below 2,500 today....but....you...just sayin...what if?

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On July 16, 2010 at 10:22 AM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

I saw that the euro strengthened and they say uk is stabilizing more than usa and yet a video on minimum wage war in uk and japan about 9 bucks and hour which equals working poor and they want 11 buckws an hour average to make ends meet.how about usa 7.5 bucks an hour and with no jobs rising prices in everyday things with no benefits etc etc we really are in a depression.look at haiti and katrina hit areas in the usa they are devestated and the place is a nuclear war site and this is exactly what the gulf oil spill victims can expect a big fat NOTHING and the area will take 25 years to get back to normal if ever oh but thats ok wall street and the banks are rich again but we are destined to have forced welfare approach us and 2 classes of citizens will exist RICH and POOR.

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#2) On July 16, 2010 at 10:52 AM, leohaas (32.19) wrote:

Actually, Iran is!

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#3) On July 16, 2010 at 11:44 AM, Varchild2008 (85.24) wrote:

Corporate Tax Rate is much higher in USA especially with the recent Obamacare Mandate causing companies to suffer under Health Care fees.

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