Blame the Buck

The dollar was "too strong" in January and blamed for falling oil and stocks. The recent fort-night of falling prices has been blamed on a falling dollar. The dollar seems to have a strong connection to the Fed beyond Econ 201. The Fed is often blamed for being "too tight" and "too loose" based on the net change of some security. The greenback suffers the same indignation. Erwin Schrodinger's cat would be jealous. There is another possibility, however, that neither conclusion is correct. The buck is neither too strong, nor too weak. The value of our fiat, like all others in a faith based system, is up for negotiation.

The current patterns have the SP future going to 2030 and the Naz to 4294.17

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