Forex EUR/USD Daily Video, April 06, 2022

Brett Reynolds

Sergeant Major
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The stronger $US is not necessarily such a good thing for the US. It makes imports for them a lot more expensive..which creates more Inflation. The US produce nothing they are just huge consumers! The stronger $US will 'come home to Roost' once Mr Putin...has stopped looking for 'Nazis' in Ukraine.!
Actually...if Mr Putin was so clever' he would stop doing the US such a favour..as he will probably find more 'Nazis' & certainly more 'Drug Addicts' in America actually! Perhaps he should send his Soldiers there..!? :D
Do the Russian people...including you Sive actually 'Believe' that a few so called Nazis' and Drug addicts can invade Russia! Is TASS' back in Fashion or what..!?? lol
 

sveckar22

Corporal
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The stronger $US is not necessarily such a good thing for the US. It makes imports for them a lot more expensive..which creates more Inflation. The US produce nothing they are just huge consumers! The stronger $US will 'come home to Roost' once Mr Putin...has stopped looking for 'Nazis' in Ukraine.!
Actually...if Mr Putin was so clever' he would stop doing the US such a favour..as he will probably find more 'Nazis' & certainly more 'Drug Addicts' in America actually! Perhaps he should send his Soldiers there..!? :D
Do the Russian people...including you Sive actually 'Believe' that a few so called Nazis' and Drug addicts can invade Russia! Is TASS' back in Fashion or what..!?? lol

I know there is a lot to it, but would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency or a country with a weak currency? Especially if that country would have low self-sufficiency. Ask Turkish people how they feel about their currency losing value against other countries or people from Lebanon, take a look at what happened to the Egyptian pound two weeks ago, what do you think will happen to the price of their imports? Yes with a weak currency your exports are more attractive/competitive but all your imports get more expensive, especially a problem if you need those imports for your exports. Would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency buying inputs or labor in countries with a weak currency and producing added value on those inputs or vice versa? The $ system is so huge, that it would take time to unwind, but if $ one day starts losing value against other currencies the cost of living for American citizens will go way up.

I think you are definitely downplaying everything that is going on in Ukraine.
 

Brett Reynolds

Sergeant Major
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922
I know there is a lot to it, but would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency or a country with a weak currency? Especially if that country would have low self-sufficiency. Ask Turkish people how they feel about their currency losing value against other countries or people from Lebanon, take a look at what happened to the Egyptian pound two weeks ago, what do you think will happen to the price of their imports? Yes with a weak currency your exports are more attractive/competitive but all your imports get more expensive, especially a problem if you need those imports for your exports. Would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency buying inputs or labor in countries with a weak currency and producing added value on those inputs or vice versa? The $ system is so huge, that it would take time to unwind, but if $ one day starts losing value against other currencies the cost of living for American citizens will go way up.

I think you are definitely downplaying everything that is going on in Ukraine.
Well, maybe i am missing something, but People are being Killed and around 2-3 Million refugees have left Ukraine and Buildings in Maripol have been destroyed! Not all Military targets as Putin says they are! Also reports of Cilvilian Deaths! Not to mention young Russian Soldiers who are being Killed.!
For what..exactly..? What does Putin....or what did Adolf Hitler think he was going to achieve..?
It will ALL be for Nothing...except 'One Mans Ego..!
 

sveckar22

Corporal
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Well, maybe i am missing something, but People are being Killed and around 2-3 Million refugees have left Ukraine and Buildings in Maripol have been destroyed! Not all Military targets as Putin says they are! Also reports of Cilvilian Deaths! Not to mention young Russian Soldiers who are being Killed.!
For what..exactly..? What does Putin....or what did Adolf Hitler think he was going to achieve..?
It will ALL be for Nothing...except 'One Mans Ego..!
I didn't want to comment any more than I did, because I didn't want things to get too political. Ofcourse nobody wants to see wars, and yes civilians and soldiers do suffer which is sad. But to just downplay the situation like that and bluntly repeat the propaganda from western media that's been lying to us for so many years does not good either in my opinion.
 

Sive Morten

Special Consultant to the FPA
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The stronger $US is not necessarily such a good thing for the US. It makes imports for them a lot more expensive..which creates more Inflation. The US produce nothing they are just huge consumers! The stronger $US will 'come home to Roost' once Mr Putin...has stopped looking for 'Nazis' in Ukraine.!
Actually...if Mr Putin was so clever' he would stop doing the US such a favour..as he will probably find more 'Nazis' & certainly more 'Drug Addicts' in America actually! Perhaps he should send his Soldiers there..!? :D
Do the Russian people...including you Sive actually 'Believe' that a few so called Nazis' and Drug addicts can invade Russia! Is TASS' back in Fashion or what..!?? lol
I know there is a lot to it, but would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency or a country with a weak currency? Especially if that country would have low self-sufficiency. Ask Turkish people how they feel about their currency losing value against other countries or people from Lebanon, take a look at what happened to the Egyptian pound two weeks ago, what do you think will happen to the price of their imports? Yes with a weak currency your exports are more attractive/competitive but all your imports get more expensive, especially a problem if you need those imports for your exports. Would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency buying inputs or labor in countries with a weak currency and producing added value on those inputs or vice versa? The $ system is so huge, that it would take time to unwind, but if $ one day starts losing value against other currencies the cost of living for American citizens will go way up.

I think you are definitely downplaying everything that is going on in Ukraine.

Wow, guys, what a discussion. Probably I should ask for admin to open political forum as well :)
I didn't want to comment any more than I did, because I didn't want things to get too political.
Yep, this is right, as we take a look over politics as application to the markets, to understand how it could impact on currencies, etc.

Well, maybe i am missing something, but People are being Killed and around 2-3 Million refugees have left Ukraine and Buildings in Maripol have been destroyed! Not all Military targets as Putin says they are! Also reports of Cilvilian Deaths! Not to mention young Russian Soldiers who are being Killed.!
For what..exactly..? What does Putin....or what did Adolf Hitler think he was going to achieve..?
It will ALL be for Nothing...except 'One Mans Ego..!

Well, here I avoid direct answers as it might take too much space and time, and mention only common things. The major one is a critical thinking. It suggest questions asking. Here are just few questions. If you make small efforts to answer questions, you better understand what is going on:

1. Seek whom it benefits.
2. War in Ukraine starts in 2014 with 14K Russian civilians killed on the East of Ukraine since then. Why it becomes hyping right now?
3. There a lot of conflicts right now around the Globe - Syria, Yemen, Somali, Middle East etc. with much more casualties. Why West is so worry about Ukraine, where this exceptional care comes from?
4. Absolutely all west media sing in chorus but blocked alternative source of information (not only Russian). Why? If they are truth, what they are aware of?
5. Why only EU and US imposed sanctions but 140+ countries do not do this.

(John 9:41) Jesus said to them, «If you were blind, you would have no sin; but now you say, «We see.́ Therefore your sin remains. (Matthew.13:43) ... He who has ears to hear, let him hear!
 

sveckar22

Corporal
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Wow, guys, what a discussion. Probably I should ask for admin to open political forum as well :)
There are a lot of websites and forums where people "discuss" politics, maybe its better if we do not get into these discussions in the comment section but stay focused on trading :)
 

Sive Morten

Special Consultant to the FPA
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I know there is a lot to it, but would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency or a country with a weak currency? Especially if that country would have low self-sufficiency. Ask Turkish people how they feel about their currency losing value against other countries or people from Lebanon, take a look at what happened to the Egyptian pound two weeks ago, what do you think will happen to the price of their imports? Yes with a weak currency your exports are more attractive/competitive but all your imports get more expensive, especially a problem if you need those imports for your exports. Would you prefer to live in a country with a strong currency buying inputs or labor in countries with a weak currency and producing added value on those inputs or vice versa? The $ system is so huge, that it would take time to unwind, but if $ one day starts losing value against other currencies the cost of living for American citizens will go way up.

I think you are definitely downplaying everything that is going on in Ukraine.
Concerning US Dollar strength, I suppose that it is temporal, while EU capitals flow to overseas. 1-2 months and party will be over. Currently it is very bright contradiction of Dollar performance, S&P 500 and poor statistics on consumption, inflation, mortgages and consumer sentiment. This divergence can't last too long.
 
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