Elites eliminate dollar

The International Monetary Fund issued a report Thursday on a possible replacement for the dollar as the world’s reserve currency [...]

2011 Predictions cont’d

Retail food prices in the U.S. will increase in the low to medium DOUBLE digit ranges (10% to 40%) for everything from the junk/GMO “foods” served by corporations like McDonald’s to healthy/organic foods supplied by companies like Whole Foods Market. This will take place noticeably in the first half of 2011. [...]

Spain losing credit rating…again

Spain’s credit rating may be cut from Aa1 by Moody’s Investors Service on concern about rising borrowing costs, potential losses in the banking system and deficits in the country’s regions. [...]

Dollar, Economy & Gold

It is my belief that the relative lack of success in the recent attack on the euro – at least compared to the earlier effort – could well presage the inevitable attack against another monetary union currency, the United States dollar [...]

More signs of Economic Meltdown

We have entered the endgame for the dollar as the dominant reserve currency and most investors and policy makers are unaware of the implications – but those who are will have positioned themselves in the one asset most likely to be left standing when the dust settles – gold. Here’s why [...]

Economic Crisis

stansberry and associates recommend gold and silver [...]

DOLLAR DONE as China and Russia drop it!

China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday. [...]

World economy tumbles down

There will be many twists and turns as the Ireland debt crisis unfolds and there’s a chance a resolution might just lead to Asia [...]

Race to weakest currency

The euro dropped against the dollar Monday as concerns continued over the long-simmering crisis of sovereign debt in the euro-zone periphery. [...]

Gold Blasts to New All Time High

Gold climbed to a record in London and New York after the Federal Reserve said it was willing to ease monetary policy further to boost the U.S. economy, triggering a slump in the dollar. [...]

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