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Here Is Why The US Dollar Collapse Is Imminent

The list of reasons why the US dollar could collapse is getting bigger daily. Here are some factors – Reckless monetary policies by the Federal Reserve. U.S. national debt continues to increase. Other currencies like the Chinese yuan are gaining a significant amount of attention on a global level. Central banks are starting to lose trust in the US dollar as well. Read more…

Strength of Gold Against Foreign Currencies Confirms Bull Market Status

If Gold is going up only because of a falling US$, that is a US$ bear market, not a Gold bull market. A Gold bull market is Gold rising against the majority of currencies. Gold’s strength in foreign currencies confirms its global bull market status and provides a hint that more gains for Gold in US$ terms are likely ahead. We view any weakness in the weeks ahead as a buying opportunity.

End of an Era: The Rise and Fall of the Petrodollar System

Similar to the paradigm shift – the transition to the petrodollar system that followed with the collapse of the Bretton Woods system, there is another major shift underway today. We will know its consequences in full, the day oil-producing countries demand gold for their oil, instead of dollars. The Gulf states are seeking measures to reduce their dependence & exposure to the US dollar.

Future Prospects for Fiat Currency Money & it's Purchasing Power

The faith and credit-standing of issuers of paper money, and not the known and suspected inadequacies of commercial finance, is the last rotten pit-prop supporting the system. We can easily see how a new round of monetary expansion designed to save the global banking system from its nemesis will lead, not to a Lehman-style outcome, but to a collapse of paper currencies.

A Rush to Gold and Silver Simply Indicates the Falling Influence of US Dollar

While the DOW and S&P languished in the agony of three crashes from March of 2000 through 2009, gold and silver got no respect from Wall Street or financial media. That’s despite gold doubling in paper money terms 2.8 times from 2001 to 2011. But no market goes up or down forever. After years of massive money printing & price manipulation, the gold and silver bull is back.

Will Fed Kill The Dollar To Save Markets - Or Sacrifice Markets To Save Dollar?

A strong dollar makes exported US military hardware too expensive for foreign purchases & a weak dollar can cause a lack of confidence in the dollar & can cause inflation because the US relies heavily on imports. If an interest rate hike causes the equity markets to crash, demand for US Treasuries will spike, thus furthering the Fed’s objectives of keeping demand high for US Treasury bonds.

Currency Manipulation by the United States Is Alive and Well

Although further currency manipulation is far from ideal, the US is in no place to criticize Japan for it. Historically, the US has been the world’s leading cheerleader for currency manipulation. If the United States government wants to continue dishing out anti-currency manipulation rhetoric, it best explain why it’s had its own hands in the foreign exchange market.

Gold Prices will rise on Weaker Dollar - Thanks to Fed's Monetary Policies

Change happens for a reason. Yellen may not be “missing” the risks of stagflation. More likely, she is heading there on purpose – as terrible as that sounds to say. How will gold react? That’s still not clear. But in our view, the longer term trends involve price inflation and economic stagflation. These will weigh down the dollar and drive gold prices higher against it.

China's Increasing Presence in Gold Market - An Obsession to Prop up Yuan

No doubt that Chinese officials see gold as an important asset for the future. Is China’s quest to put the yuan on the world stage closely related to this involvement in gold? Will China actually come up with some kind of a gold-backed currency? Actually, China’s fixation on gold is a story of diversification that can lessen the devastation of central planning gone wrong.

The Fed is Data Dependant - Gold Price is Dollar Dependant

Rising gold holdings have been the one bright spot for the gold price that has held steady even in the face of weakness on the gold chart. The big question the market is going to be asking is can the Fed indeed hike rates at a pace that would send the US Dollar higher with all the negative side effects from that. Much depends on what the Forex markets do with the US Dollar.

Foreign Central Banks Dumping US Debt & Buying Gold at Alarming Pace

Central banks around the world sold off a net $17 billion in US Treasury bonds in March. Sales set a record in January, hitting $57 billion. Between December and February, China’s central bank sold off an alarming $236 billion. By selling US debt, central banks can get hard cash to buy up their local currency. But many of them aren’t just purchasing local currency. They are buying gold.

Eurozone in Danger on Falling Purchasing Power of Dollar, Not Rising Commodity Prices

All financial prices in the Eurozone are badly skewed. So far, the price inflation environment has been benign, but this year, things have been changing. Higher levels of debt will never allow the ECB to run interest rates up sufficiently to kill price inflation. More likely, positive rates of only one or two per cent would be enough to destabilise the Eurozone’s financial system.

A Technical Correction in Dollar can put some Pressure on Gold Prices

Given the relatively small amount of deliverable gold in the market at any one time, the gold price has the potential to be extremely volatile with this level of off-market speculation hanging over it. The wider public is slowly waking up to the horrors of negative interest rates & withdrawal of high-denomination bank notes, both which will almost certainly increase demand for physical gold.

There will be a Panic Into Gold after the Panic Out of Paper Currencies

I think there’s going be a panic into gold and out of paper currencies. So this small up-move that we’ve gotten here since the beginning of the year, that’s just a harbinger. I think this time around, we’re looking at $2,000, $3,000 an ounce. I think it’s going be incredible. The question is why? Here’s the reason for a bullish outlook on gold, & how silver could hit $100 /oz.

Here's How The Dollar Breakdown Could Propel Gold Prices To New Highs

The US dollar has not only fuelled the gold rally, it’s also slammed the U.S. Dollar Index back toward early 2015 levels. If the dollar slips below its 2015 lows, it runs the risk of a much bigger drawdown. And that’s exactly what may be seen soon. A weekly close at these levels will leave the Dollar Index with one foot in the grave. Naturally, this is bullish for gold prices.

Gold Jumps, Silver Soars As The U.S. Dollar Slumps

Gold prices jumped to a seven-week high & silver soared to a 15-month peak as the dollar touched an 11-month low. With Japan closed today, and unable for now to do more damage (or damage control), China stepped in with some modest turmoil of its own by strengthening the Yuan fix by the most since 2005, pressuring the US dollar weaker for the 5th day in a row.

Watch How The Petrodollar Di(v)es As US - Saudi Relations Crack

U.S.-Saudi interests are diverging in many ways. Saudi Arabia’s 40-year pact with the United States is on the verge of ending. What happens next will have ramifications for the dollar for decades to come. We could be nearing the end of the petrodollar & I would not want to be holding U.S. Treasuries. With current interest rates I don’t want to hold them anyway.

China Yuan Gold Fix Is Part Of A Planned Shift From The US Dollar

By trading physical gold in renminbi, China is slowly chipping away at the dominance of US dollars. Gold, silver, and petroleum are the three US dollar based commodities that China wants most control of, according to Bocom strategist Hao Hong but “gold in particular is one of the commodities that China is hoarding very hard.”

Gold and Silver Manipulation may lead to Dollar Crash soon

Deutsche Bank revealed that gold and silver markets were fraudulently manipulated to protect the dollar. The geo-political gambit by China against the dollar is now underway in undermining the dollar’s foundation by taking over global gold pricing. Chances are high that within weeks we could see the reserve currency devalue precipitously, or at worst, collapse altogether.

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