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Strategies & Market Trends : Currents of Currency

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From: Ahda3/31/2018 3:08:52 PM
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When you live in the USA your currency is US buying the US market your price is fixed. If the US dollar for one reason or another becomes significantly lower in price when it is exchanged tor another currency it means in terms of other currency that you can buy more US stock market for less.

Simply put that means that if the Euro is 10 % higher than the US on conversion to US you get 10 % more currency ( minus cost of exchange) which means 10 % more investment in the US market.

Conversely it can also mean if your native currency has taken a dive to the US currency and you own US stocks you have made more money of your US stocks. Imho the markets are extremely volatile .at present.
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