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    Exclamation Short the Dollar to Protect Your Assets

    • Short the dollar to hedge your bets still further. Not only is the government going to borrow nearly four times more than it did last year, but when you add the complete federal fiscal obligations into the picture, our government owes nearly $14 trillion. This makes the dollar, as legendary investor Jim Rogers put it, “a terribly flawed currency” that could fail at any time.
    To ensure you’re at least partially protected, consider the PowerShares DB U.S. Dollar Index Bearish Fund (NYSE: UDN), which will rise as the dollar falls. It’s essentially one big dollar short against the European euro, the Japanese yen, the British pound sterling and the Norwegian kroner, among other currencies.

    In closing, there is one additional point to consider. You rarely get a second chance to do anything, especially when it comes to investing. So act now before the markets make it cost-prohibitive to protect yourself. When the economic recovery gets here, you’ll be glad you did.


    Source: PeterMacFarlane.net

    [This article is reproduced with kind permission of Peter Macfarlane and The Q Wealth Report. It was originally published on Peter’s offshore banking and asset protection blog.]



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    When the dollar tanks thats it. There is not going to be a recovery .. ever! The world returns to a ship without a captain. Who becomes the new captain of the seas , so to speak, will have to be willing to be bloody. Add the mass numbers of non-whites that will be increasing in numbers over the next decade of global depression in every white nation and if you can expect a Recovery from that new population explosion, it wont be worth much to whites.

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