The past year had been dynamic for the currency markets. As we welcome 2019, investors might be wondering what's in store for the EURUSD market.
Gold prices start to trade lower against a much stronger dollar as the trade conflict between U.S. and China continue to escalate.
Over the past few days, the stocks doubled in pricing, making the stock market overvalued. A correction is only a matter of time.
The law of supply and demand dictates how a market progresses in order to achieve market equilibrium.
The value of the US dollar is currently inflated but might crash down during the mid-term elections.
The buying power of the U.S. dollar has remained fluctuant this year.
Should the US Dollar lose its status as the premier currency, it would lose the ability to print money.
Those holding euros will have to choose how much of each currency they want to buy as reserves. Or, they could take the easier path. Buy...