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COMMENT
It provides direct euro exposure based in the US. Euro is best capped at 125 versus the US dollar.
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COMMENT

Chart shows a neckline formation. There is a rise in the euro this year as the US$ has been going down. The seasonal period for the US$ is towards the end of the year. Unless this is in the seasonal period, he is not going to do anything. Wait for it to break 3% above the neck line.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

An interesting time to buy. He follows this closely and watches how the market is trading. Over time, you probably do fairly well with the euro, especially if you have some long-term money. This might not be a bad idea.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

Currency and Currency ETF’s is something he follows very closely. Has used this in the past, but doesn’t have it at the moment because as long as quantitative easing is occurring and there is some question as to how negative rates will be, that is not really positive as far as their currency goes. Currency SH BR Pound Sterling (FXB-N) looks much more interesting.

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Feb 2/16. Down 2.04%.) He has been reducing his US$ exposure. One way to hedge a declining US$, is to have exposure to other currencies. This ETF is the euro currency. Chart shows a downtrend in 2014 and now it is basing. You can buy this within the base, but try to buy it close to the bottom of its channel, the low $100 area.

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK

This tracks the euro versus the US$. Technically this is basing. He likes to see stuff that has had a fall and is now starting to form a base. That is usually the beginning of what could be a positive move. There is also a little bit of “fundamental” in this play as well. He has taken a half position to start. If the Fed becomes a little more dovish than they implied in late 2015, the US$ might just pull back a little bit. Meanwhile the euro might be a little bit on an upswing. Thinks the euro is an OK place as a safe haven, at least for the short term if this market continues to act erratically.

E.T.F.'s
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Short July 19/12. Loss of 100%.)

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK
Top Short Thinks the euro currency is going to decline against the US dollar.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
US$ versus the euro? Chart shows there was a bit of a down trend from mid-2011. It seems to be finding support at around $126, so possibly there will be a bounce. It could be an interesting play to the upside.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
Currency Shares ETF. He is currently Short the Euro and Long the US$, which he feels is undervalued. Once the Euro goes down through $129 it should pick up some momentum with the next level at around $127 followed by $119. (See Top Picks.)
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
Currency ETF. If you don't like gold and you are concerned about the weakness of the US$, then this is a good place to be.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
The European market is attractively valued at about 14 X earnings. Good growth prospects. Earnings growth rate is improving.
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CurrencyShares Euro Trust(FXE-N) Rating

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On 2022-05-17, CurrencyShares Euro Trust (FXE-N) stock closed at a price of $97.63.