The U.S. dollar is the main currency in most global trade transactions. However, the continued strength of the dollar could put economic growth in peril. A falling dollar is the most bullish hope for the market.
Payment solutions firm Visa is making an effort to encourage small-business owners to use its services. Visa received entries from across the United States for its Visa Cashless Challenge. And 50 businesses won. They each received $10,000 to spend on improvements such as digital commerce enhancements, point-of-sale upgrades, etc. These conveniences help businesses attract customers […]
In the coming quarters, the U.S. dollar index could fall by 11%. That may not sound like much, but it’s a significant move in the currency market.
Investors may not need overseas exposure. They need exposure to stock markets that go up, after currency effects are considered. But that’s impossible to predict.
E-currency exchanges offer “two-factor authentication.” So, even if your password is hacked, your account is safe. At least that’s what Jered Kenna thought…
Instead of worrying about the dollar, there are actually a number of technical and fundamental reasons to expect continued dollar strength.
The consensus insists that an investment in Russia is ill-advised. But the country isn’t the scary beast we’re led to believe it is. It’s simply a market misunderstood by much of the West.