Can the U.S. dollar rise without tapering?

Market Pulse for Nov. 13

Big money in the USD is by far the only other item that can give bulls the continued strength to push up the USD. The COT reports highlight how big money is moving through all markets. In the USD you can see the bull move by Commercials on the older Legacy report as they added to net shorts this past week. On the Traders in Financial Futures (the newer more transparent report) you can see Leveraged Funds adding to net shorts, and Asset Managers this past week once again became net long. Other Reportables added to net longs and Dealer Intermediary (sell side) dropped slightly their low net long position last week. Once you see Dealer Intermediary become net short, and add to net shorts that is when you will see a stronger longer-term move up in the USD.

It will be important to watch this over the next few weeks because if a bullish posture starts with big money, the USD will rise with or without tapering. I would like to see consecutive closes above 81.500 this week. Any help here would be appreciated. Have a healthy and prosperous week.  

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