This week brings the first post-QE3 payroll report, and this strategist has a currency trading plan.
Michelle Meyer, senior economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said the firm is anticipating 90,000 in nonfarm payroll growth, below the consensus forecast, "showing that job growth is still pretty soft." Mayer argued that while consumer confidence numbers are off recent lows, "consumers are still cautious and even more importantly, businesses are still cautious."
Brian Kelly of Shelter Harbor Capital, told CNBC's Melissa Lee that "if you get a really, really bad one, that's going to matter. If you get one that's good, that's not going to matter as much to the currency markets because, well, you know that they're going to step on the gas" and buy risk-sensitive currencies.