Hi to all. I have a question regarding forex hedging: If I want to effectively hedge an amount that is to be converted from USD to EUR, so that I just want to "fix" the current EUR/USD conversion rate in a way that will enable me to convert the amount back to USD within one year at the same rate that I originally converted it to EUR, on which hedging strategy would you recommend? I considered using FX futures but the problem is that if I sell EUR/USD futures and the conversion rate goes up I will be in a big trouble. Also, using FX futures options seems problematic since the one-year options are not so liquid and the premiums are pretty high, so the strategy is costly (and also the short-term futures options don't seem attractive in this respect). But I am sure that with the plenty of financial instruments that are existed today there must be an effective and cheap way to make the simple hedge that I want and that you guys can help me. Thanks a lot!