So far my recent calls are in line. The DXY call is especially right. It has tested DXY 76 today, as well as last week, but failed to breach it. PMs have gone a little further south than I thought, but I called the pullback none the less. Oil is also skimming the lows.
The EUR/USD trade remains volatile. I still believe that for the next month or so will see the trading range stay EUR/USD $1.40-$1.45 before any major turn. I think a European default is as likely as a US default, and this will impact the currencie dramatically, but not the way people might imagine. If rates continue to rise in Europe, the Euro may continue to rise. If rates rose in the US, the dollar may see support. The reason is people will go to cash while rates rise because no one wants to buy bonds while they rise. At the same time, the biggest winner will be PMs, as they are the default world reserve.
Equity wll remain volatile over the said time period of the next few months. Support is at Dow 11,900. Support needs to stay there or above to support the global pension system. If the pension system fails, it all fails, and old people everywhere will be without income.