The Dollar Index: The Opportunity Before the "Still-Unfolding Pattern"
by Robert Folsom
Updated: June 25, 2020
You've Just Seen How a Big Move Happened:
The trend in the Dollar Index is still unfolding...
... What's more, many major currencies and global cross-rates show promising Elliott Wave patterns.
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