Currency Fluctuation Makes For a Nightmare Transfer Window

When I moved to Europe in 2012, I didn't consider the financial risk. Really, there wasn't any. Not at first, anyway. My wife got a job that paid in euros, and I freelanced, earning money in dollars. I used those dollars to pay off our student loans, which were also in dollars, and we never paid much attention to the exchange rate, except on visits back in the United States. Back then, one euro equaled about $1.30, which made visits to our hometowns seem like strange, discount...

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