Forex Links for the Weekend – November 13

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The past week has seen a big comeback of the greenback, especially against the troubled Euro. But now, markets are closed, and it’s time to enjoy some long term articles about forex. Here’s a mix of various opinions from my favorite places on the web. Enjoy:

  • Adam Kritzer analyzes one of the ongoing themes – the currency war. It tops the agenda of the G-20 summit. Here’s a song on currency wars.
  • Larry Greenberg analyzes the long run of gold prices and looks at future prospects.
  • Macro Man discusses the “adventures of Baron Von Trichet” and the influence on the Euro.
  • Mani, on Casey’s site, begins a series of articles about Commitment of Traders reports.
  • Andriy reviews a new forex book by Ed Ponsi.
  • Michael Greenberg reports that Gain Capital switches to NYSE for its upcoming IPO. It will be interesting to see how it trades.
  • Francesc Riverola reports new highs for FXStreet during the week that QE2 was announced.

Here on Forex Crunch, you might be interested in the past week’s long term articles:

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