Forex Links for the Weekend – October 24 2009

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Here are some interesting forex-related articles from selected blogs. All of them have a scope of over one day’s trade, and they are in a variety of fields:

  • Macro Man discusses the myth of a strong dollar policy in a very amusing post.
  • Eric deCarbonnel explains why the confidence in the US dollar is under attack.
  • Adam Kritzer talks about the technical crossroads in which the US dollar is in right now.
  • Larry Greenberg makes a deep dive into the internals of the Canadian economy, following this week’s dovish rate statement.
  • James W explains why you must learn to accept losing trades as well.
  • Tony Striedieck, a new writer on Casey Stubbs’ blog, writes about his first days as a forex trader.
  • Jay Norris explains why interest rates in the US are set to rise.
  • Michael Greenberg provides an interesting insight about Currensee, the new social network for forex traders. Here’s my first post about Currensee.

That’s it. Have a great weekend!

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