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Institutional players usually play currencies with options or futures, meaning there's an "expiration date." And they usually play them with leverage.
That means currency calls, by nature, are both time-constrained... and risky.
You can get the call right - but be early - and therefore still not make any money.
But our own Keith Fitz-Gerald made a call on the Japanese yen that was perfect in its timing - and you've cleaned up as a result.
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