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A partner at mathematical trading shop Bell Curve Trading, Strazzulo and his team model the markets using mathematical formulas.

One of their favorite trades right now: long the Euro vs. the U.S. dollar.

“We feel currencies are starting to turn… meaning dollar weakness against a lot of major currency pairs. And the one that I really like is the euro. It just kind of cleared a major hurdle at 112, 113. So that's the first sign that we have some real upside here.”

Strazzulo was a recent guest on Real Vision TV, the online platform that’s become a go-to source for high-quality financial content. In the interview, Strazzulo elaborated on his trading process, and shared his ultimate target for the Euro: 2.00 vs. the dollar. If you follow the financial markets, this bold predication may surprise you.

Watch the video below to learn Strazzulo’s full rationale for his long Euro trade. Watch the video in full here with a free 7-day trial.

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