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US Dollar at Critical Point versus Euro, Kiwi. Big FX Moves Ahead

By , Quantitative Strategist
06 March 2014 16:00 GMT

- Retail forex traders have never been more long the US Dollar versus major counterparts

- A break in key price levels alongside sentiment extremes points to big FX moves

- Our focus remains on Dollar versus European pairs and the New Zealand Dollar

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View individual currency sections:

EURUSD - Euro Surge Looks Promising as Forex Positions at Record

GBPUSD - British Pound Remains at Risk versus Euro, Dollar

USDJPY - US Dollar Finally Looks Like a Buy versus Japanese Yen

NZDUSD - NZ Dollar at Risk as Positioning Hits Major Extreme

SPX500 - S&P 500 Dips Should be Bought

USDCHF - Swiss Franc Reversal Trade Remains Attractive

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

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FX trading crowds have never been more long the US Dollar versus the Euro or New Zealand Dollar. Why might this point to a big USD reversal and major volatility?

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--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com

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06 March 2014 16:00 GMT