1. Stick your money in “All-American” stocks
Carrying off the previous point, the easiest way to hedge yourself against currency fluctuations is to invest in companies that are heavily dependent on the American economy. Numerous statistics show that over 100 of the companies in the S&P 500 generate more than 75% of their revenue or business from the U.S. Telecommunication companies who operate solely in the United States, or domestic tobacco producers are great examples of the kinds of companies that remain state side. It’s worth pointing out that while these companies will not be affected by a strong U.S. dollar, they do face challenges of their own. It’s prudent to do your research on each company in each sector to best create your own portfolio suited to your risk level.