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Currency Devaluation: The Crushing Vice of Price

When stagnation grabs exporting nations by the throat, the universal solution offered is devalue your currency to boost exports. Currency Devaluation is a bonanza for exporters’ bottom lines, but has a negative consequence: The cost of imports skyrockets. When imports are essential, the benefits of devaluation may be considerably less than the pain caused by rising import costs.

Will Gold Win Out Against the US Dollar?

Gold is money, the best store of wealth millennia of human experience have devised, and more and more people are recognizing this. Pretty much everywhere but in the US, gold is up, not down. Of course, there’s a good chance that there’ll be more sell-offs before the gold bull resumes its charge… but they should be regarded as opportunities.

Gold: The Good, Bad, and Truly Ugly

Dollars, Euros, Yen, and other unbacked fiat currencies have been printed to excess for decades. A vulnerable and dangerous financial system that is increasingly leveraged is a bubble in search of a pin. Accidents happen! Protect yourself and insure your assets with gold and silver – The real money for 5,000 years.

Is Market Sentiment Shifting to Gold?

When you look at the world economy, there’s no shortage of worries. Most market strategists do not view gold as a currency but only as a commodity. The rule: dollar up, gold down. But on viewing gold as a currency compared to many other currencies, including euro, ruble, yen & rupee, it has been a good place to be in over the last year.

ECB: 4 QE Scenarios & Why Waking From QE Dream May Be Worst Possible Outcome

Credit Suisse believes that these are four potential scenarios for ECB sovereign bond purchases (QE). It will be truly ironic if the one event that terminally crushes the Eurozone will be the implementation of the one ECB act that everyone, and certainly tenured economists and other quasi-pundits, have been hoping for since 2012.

Crude Oil, Silver Prices and the US National Debt

Expect the S&P to correct downwards (eventually), expect silver and crude to resume their upward trajectory (eventually, probably soon), and, like the inevitability of death and taxes, expect debt to inevitably accelerate higher. Gold and silver are real money, and they are insurance against the craziness and volatility of debt.

Gold or Crushing Paper Debt

More war means more debt and higher inflation. Increasing national debt is as certain as death and taxes. Increasing consumer prices follow. Our financial world seems more unstable & more dangerous than usual. Which has been safer under difficult economic & political conditions during the past 3,000 years – gold or debt based paper?

US Dollar Super-Overbought

The bottom line is the US dollar is super-overbought & will soon crumble. The US dollar falls as fast and far as it rose, reversing all the peripheral trades that suffered during the dollar’s rally. So sell the US dollar high when everyone loves it, and buy euros, yen, oil, and gold while they are still low before they rebound.

Russia Coordinating Gold Reserve Accumulation With Ex Soviet States?

Over last 6 months, Russia has increased its gold reserves by 54 tonnes & Kazakhstan has purchased 12 tonnes. Given close economic cooperation between Russia, Kazakhstan & Belarus, it is probable that they would be coordinating monetary policy, including a common approach to official gold reserves accumulation.

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