Anyone consider stacking Euros?

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  1. Niveka

    Niveka New Member

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  2. JulieW

    JulieW Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    tolly_67 Well-Known Member

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    This must be the 'joke' forum...right?
     
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    I think the term is "catching a falling knife".

    Maybe if you were looking at locking in some travel money.
     
  5. Gatito Bandito

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    I'd rather stack toilet paper.. :)
     
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    Revils Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Only compared to the USD are they at a low - currently ~ .725 to the AUD but it has been .86 less than 3 years ago.
    We are now around the 5 year average.
    I stack Euros when above .7 (average since '04 is around .63) so yes I am stacking Euros (saving for an apartment which will be bought in Euros)
     
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    JulieW Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    from Zero Hedge.

    This:
    "In such scenario Stephanie says the EUR/USD will achieve parity, but this may well be just a temporary support before the downleg extends towards $0.98/0.96 - and even perhaps towards the lows of $0.84/0.82 reached in 2000."

    Would no doubt suit Europe. Does it look like USA is losing the currency war now?

     
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    after all this euro low blow .. wouldnt it pick later in the future?
    .... eventually?

    buy low now and go on europe trips later when it picks up!
     
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    If Germany leaves the Euro, what would happen to the value of the Euro?
     
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    Clawhammer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    from what I understand, Germany IS the Euro
     
  11. Dutchgreener

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    Germany and the Netherlands are the two strongest country's.
    The Netherlands got the biggest port of Europe and soon the biggest of the world.
    Heck, thats also the only reason I still got my job.

    Ps: Greece, Italy etc etc etc you lazy @$%!!!
     
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    Caput Lupinum Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    You also have clogs
     
  13. Niveka

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    break out the moleskin!
     
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    tozak Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Save your dollars for the Drachma launch instead
     
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    Don't forget Tulips, cheese and windmills :rolleyes:
     
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    What happens if there is a change to a new currency? ie similar to Germany when they went from the Mark to the Deutchmark and there was a massive devaluation.
     
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    1 Euro:
    Outer part: nickel brass
    Inner part: Layers of copper-nickel,
    nickel, copper-nickel

    Stackable? I think not.
     
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    I'm stacking euro's since almost 4 months.
    Buy what got cheap.
    Sell what got expensive.
    I'll dump them for silver coins when they're expensive. :D
     

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