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10 strongest currencies in the world

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Here’s a quick recap of the 10 strongest currencies in the world:

  1. Kuwaiti Dinar – (1 KWD = 3.29 USD)
  2. Bahraini Dinar – (1 BHD = 2.65 USD)
  3. Omani Rial – (1 OMR = 2.60 USD)
  4. Jordanian Dinar – (1 JOD = 1.41 USD)
  5. Pound Stirling – (1 GBP = 1.26 USD)
  6. Gibraltar Pound – (1 GIP = 1.23 USD)
  7. Cayman Islands Dollar – (1 KYD = 1.20 USD)
  8. Euro – (1 EURO = 1.10 USD)
  9. Swiss Franc – (1 CHF = 1.01 USD)
  10. US Dollar
  11. https://wealthygorilla.com/strongest-currencies-world/
  12. B/A
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14 minutes ago, Linda Bower said:

It looks like the strongest currencies belong to the countries that export oil and import everything else---just like Iraq.

 

 

I like your thinking....

 

B/A

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The market is behaving very nicely today.  Made two trades so far, one in CRWD, a cyber security company, the other in oil stock EOG.  There is opportunity for those who look for it.   You want to make money then get to work and learn, study, and act.  Do it now.  

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I have to admit this market is showing a lot of strength, even with the threat of ME wat.  I’m trading but it’s like walking on eggshells.  

 

The big big boys are buying Tech stocks and dumped the oil stocks for now.  Geez.  

 

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If you want to see what I Traded today look at Bynd long and Roku short for a few bars early. I use a 2 min and a 10 min chart

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The list appears to just be just a conversation rate compared to USD.....It really doesn't illustrate strength.....there's much more to the strength of a currency than a comparative value to the USD...

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