That said, the euro is not on Trotter's list of preferred currencies. He prefers the Norwegian krone, the Australian dollar, the Singapore dollar, and the Canadian dollar - and in fact, he is looking at selling the euro against the loonie as a long-term move. "I would think the Canadian dollar will move up later this year when the Seaway opens. They actually have their house in order," he says. And if the U.S. economy is actually on the mend, that won't hurt either.
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