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Old 03-13-2011, 08:51 AM   #1
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with all that's going on, what's the best things to capitalize on right now? there was a ton of money made around 9/11 and the financial markets. got any ideas?
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lol.. everyone wants a piece of the action when most of the action has already taken place...
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Japan's central bank is spending over 270 billion to support financial markets. An increased money supply means the Yen will depreciate. If you invest in the currency futures market, this could be an opportune time to short sell the Yen.
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