EU Bails Out Ireland; Pressure on U.S. Dollar Resumes

Ireland agreed to terms for a bailout over the weekend. And while the
U.S. dollar rallied today against the euro, investors should expect that
trend to reverse in the near future with the dollar continuing its long
term slide against major world currencies.

The European Union’s willingness to support indebted member nations is
bullish for the euro. Also, the Fed’s QE2 will continue to weigh on the
U.S. dollar.

With the U.S. dollar poised to retreat, and buyers stepping in to buy
gold at an important support point, investors are increasingly looking to
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