The dollar will crash. It is only a matter of time. That is the bad news, but there’s good news too. You can come out on top when it finally crashed.
The value of the U.S. dollar has been declining, but there is some concern that its decline could accelerate, throwing the U. S. economy into a “solvency” crisis. The Federal Reserve and the federal government have been working together and underwriting the economy by pumping more and more credit into it to keep economic growth up and unemployment down.
The stimulus check, if you got one, is likely long gone if you lost your income or business and it is not looking good to get another one. If another stimulus is approved, make no mistake, that that money will be created out of thin air will enhance and intensify the speed at which the United States dollar collapses and insolvency becomes the nightmare that will affect all of us.
The dollar crash will result in a solvency crisis.
The dollar’s demise and resulting insolvency may not happen immediately, but it will happen at some point. Market analyst Peter Schiff still believes that the future of the dollar is further weakness. In the next three months the value of the dollar will be subject to substantial volatility, but the general trend will be more decline. Additionally, Schiff says that there is little or nothing that policy makers can really do to stop the fall.
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I am in agreement with Mr. Schiff. The creation of more dollars will only increase the speed at which the dollar loses value and eventually becomes all but worthless.
Loss in confidence in both the dollar, and the government will eventually lead us to an entire financial system collapse. There is simply too much debt and it cannot be repaid. It is time to face this fact as a nation. This monetary system will eventually fail. The good news is that we all have time to prepare if we understand what is going on are willing to look at things rationally.
In doing so, most of us know we should be prepared for as many things as possible. We should be able to survive if the power goes out and have things we can barter with.
I am always asked why I continue to push the purchase of gold or silver. It should be clear by now that the dollar is losing value and will continue to do so as more are created. Gold and silver will continue to gain in value and be a physical asset in the event of a bank run or fast crash.
Keep some metals on hand to make it through. An economic collapse that merges with a dollar crash will not be a joyous ride. But having gold or silver can take some of that burden off you.
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