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...to favour eurozone quantitative easing,” Financial Times, March 27, 2014.)
If the ECB goes ahead with quantitative easing, it will create an opportunity for investors, one similar to the opportunity that developed in the U.S. and Japan—a declining currency.
Investors may take advantage of this opportunity that quantitative easing in the eurozone might create by shorting exchange-traded funds (ETFs) like the CurrencyShares Euro Trust (NYSEArca/FXE). If the ECB goes ahead with quantitative easing, this ETF will decline in value, resulting in profits for investors.(more)
...level of 90 (as marked by the red horizontal line in the chart above). We could see it go lower, because the momentum looks to be in favor of the bears and the data suggesting further economic slowdown aren’t helping the dollar’s cause, either.
Investors looking to take advantage of the situation that the Canadian dollar is presenting may want to do so by shorting exchange-traded funds (ETFs) like CurrencyShares Canadian Dollar Trust (NYSEArca/FXC). This ETF moves in line with the Canadian dollar; by shorting it, investors profit from the Canadian dollar’s decline.(more)
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