The kiwi has risen sharply against the U.S. dollar in the last two weeks. But that won't last, this strategist says.
Between the earthquake and its economic impact, and interest rates that were lowered in early March, the fundamentals in New Zealand aren't looking so great, according to Andrew Busch, global currency and public policy strategist for BMO Capital. Add to that the recent strength in the kiwi, and you have a selling opportunity, he told CNBC's Melissa Lee.
The New Zealand dollar is like "the last kid to get picked in a dodgeball game," Busch said. If and when the U.S. dollar rallies - say, if stock markets get wobbly and investors lose their appetite for risk - he expects it to come back fastest against the kiwi.