Something doesn't smell right. Far too much strength in the dollar when the fed is just about ready to throw it off a cliff. I can't trade because I have no idea if the dollar will continue to rise despite the Fed cut, or collapse as one would expect. I'm not a TA, but I see no clear signals. I wanna short the dollar, but I could easily easily be stopped even if it were 500 or 1000 pips away from entry. Any thoughts on what's holding up the dollar when it has become painfully obvious that the fed will cut rates even when GDP was revised upwards of 4.9% q/q. That's gotta be a first since the headline GDP is so strong. Unless GDP deflator is being manipulated... If so bond traders are smarter than that. I know their is high inflation as the sky is blue. However the bond market is telling me their is low inflation, and CPI, PPI, and GDP deflator are confirming what the bond market is predicting.