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Extreme US Dollar Long Positioning Warns of Further Losses

By , Currency Strategist
13 February 2014 19:15 GMT

- US Dollar favored across the board by retail traders – but why?

- British Pound at all-time extreme positioning (at least since 2002).

- ‘QE’ rally back on as traders sell USD, buy everything else.

View individual currency sections:

Retail FX Add to EURUSD Shorts on Approach to Former Trend Support

British Pound Surge Aided by Retail Crowd Piling in Short

Japanese Yen Forecast Mixed versus Dollar

Gold Breakout Above $1275 Aided by Short Retail Crowd

Crowd Resistance to S&P 500 Rally Hints of Further Gains

Australian Dollar Nearing Technical, Sentiment Turning Point at 0.9085

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

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--- Written by Christopher Vecchio, Currency Analyst

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13 February 2014 19:15 GMT