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Posts Tagged ‘Currency Devaluations’

Central Banks Behind Slowdown in Global Trade

Over the past decade, all central banks went into overdrive with currency devaluations. This has done more harm than good. A currency war between developing nations is likely to be more damaging than thought, leading to a reduction in global trade & possibly economic growth, rather than just reapportioning a fixed level of trade between winners & losers.

Currency Devaluation Coming Soon To China

Keep your eye on the market & listen. The global trend in stock prices is still bullish. The market doesn’t yet see any reason to panic over these big picture forces that are playing out under the surface. We’re going through a mild correction but not enough to turn the market bearish. A Chinese currency devaluation might change that but it could still be a year or so away.

Gold Up 11% In Euros This Year As Currency Wars Intensify

The dollar-centric nature of most financial media and the tendency to focus on gold solely in dollars would give one the impression that gold has been devastated this year. When measured against other currencies, gold has risen versus many major currencies & will continue to protect and grow wealth over the long term.

12 Reasons Why Ritholtz & Many Experts Are Mistaken On Gold

There is an incredible lack of understanding of the function of gold, its importance as a diversification & a safe haven asset. They have no knowledge of the role gold plays in macro-economics, geopolitics, monetarily & also that gold has protected people throughout history from financial & economic crashes & currency devaluations.

Netherlands, Germany Have Euro Disaster Plan - Possible Return to Guilder and Mark

A Euro without Holland and especially Germany is currently inconceivable. It is interesting to note that it is these two countries, Germany and Netherlands, whose citizens have also been at the forefront of the gold repatriation movement currently sweeping across Europe – France’s second largest party entered the fray this week.

New Gold Rush Cometh With Global Bond Market On Edge Of “Cliff”

Should we see capital flight from US & global bond markets, gold should see gains on a par with those in the 2nd half of the 1970s. Experts said that gold’s bubble had burst when it fell from $200 to $100 from Dec 1974 to Aug 1976. But as interest rates rose, gold rose more than 8 times in 3 years & 4 months, to $850 in January 1980.

The Coming Two - Stage Rally In Silver

The majority of the precious metals analysts discuss the revaluation of silver as it pertains to the amount of fiat currency in the system. While this is a good determination, it only deals with one part of the overall equation. The second & more important factor… is the destruction of “PAPER CLAIM CHECKS” on physical assets.

Currency: Signs That It’s Time to Head for the Exits

What happens when the citizenry want to leave the government’s currency? If history is any indication, the government will get mean. Don’t expect US to stand by silently while you try to protect yourself by trading depreciating dollars for gold, stocks, foreign currency, or whatever else.

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