As I write, the U.S. dollar has spent the last few years at record levels, posting multi-year highs against major currencies like the British pound, Australian dollar, and the Euro.
But that era may now finally be coming to an end.
Almost NOBODY wants a strong dollar.
Big companies don't want a strong dollar, because it makes their exports more expensive.
The Federal Reserve doesn’t want a strong dollar because they believe it constrains economic growth.
Donald Trump certainly doesn't want a strong dollar, and recently told The Wall Street Journal that the dollar is “too strong.”
It’s pretty obvious what's going to happen … the US dollar is set to get weaker … a LOT weaker.
Take a look at this chart. The US dollar has a LONG way to fall before it reaches a more ‘normal’ level.