Ooh-la-la, how did you like that zippity-doo-da dip down to 1.0435 this morning? Sure, sure, job news improved so let’s pound the dollar. Yes! Makes sense, if you have none, and those who shorted on the news now have fewer cents. In any case, yesterday I wrote that I was leaving the rest of the position at breakeven so my trade from 1.0413 is still on.
Had I been around I would have added to my long position but I wasn’t. Oh well, some get away.
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