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Educated Guesses On The Future Of Exchange Rate Needed.

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I've been watching the Aussie dollar recently and its been going down.... not good as I'm off there for 6month holiday in November. I've been saving for a year, living in a dump, eating crap food, all so I can treat myself to a holiday I've deserve, just like those little upstarts that walk out of uni and go travelling.

anyway, the pounds strength has been going down, and looking at all the sceptical posts on the uks economy I can't help but feel the only way for it to go is down further. BUT I have noticed the Aussies themselves aren't in the best of finance either, there house market slumping a bit too, so this must mean there own dollar will devalue against our pound. right? guys?

I'm in a couple of minds, buy some dollar now to secure the already rubbish price. or just go and pray it sorts itself out. any opinions? (and if anyone advises buying gold I'll well.... you know) :D

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