US Dollar Panic

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Video: Alan Greenspan Predicts 'False Dawn' Stock Market Collapse 2014

More dire predictions from AMTV. Is the US stock market headed for a crash before the end of the year? Watch and learn.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Video: China Hoarding Gold Before U.S. Dollar Collapse

What is China up to?

In today's video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports on China stockpiling Gold to Internationalize the Yuan.

Video: RON PAUL on The END of the U.S. DOLLAR - AMERICA is on the BRINK of COLLAPSE

From Alex Jones InfoWars:
Alex is joined via phone by former Congressman Dr. Ron Paul to discuss the current state of affairs in the US Government, the problems inherent in the Government shutdown and the issues with Obamacare. In this heightened era of government tax and spend — where printing more money is the Fed's only solution — even our allies are sprinting from the dollar. Nations like Russia and Japan could be turning to the gold standard, and the U.S. is none too pleased.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Video: World Events Mean Deflation First, Then Inflation - Mike Maloney

What's next for the US Dollar?

Here's more from the YouTube description:
"The reason I think that deflation has to happen first is because looking throughout all of history, I can't find a single example where the masses, the population gets rewarded for mass stupidity. It's usually the banks that end up winning, the big boys, and the average guy suffers - at the expense of the banks." Mike Maloney, June 2 2014. Mike has been publicly speaking about this 'deflation first, then inflation' scenario since 2005. Visit to see this entire Bonus Presentation and learn more.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Video: What gives a dollar bill its value? - Doug Levinson

Yeah, why does the US Dollar have any value?

Here's more from the YouTube description:
The value of money is determined by how much (or how little) of it is in circulation. But who makes that decision, and how does their choice affect the economy at large? Doug Levinson takes a trip into the United States Federal Reserve, examining how the people who work there aim to balance the value of the dollar to prevent inflation or deflation.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Monday, June 9, 2014

#Gold steady above $1,250, but #equities rally curbs demand

Gold is climbing again. Is that good news or bad news for your dollars? Hint: probably not good news.

Here's more from Reuters:
Gold held its ground above $1,250 an ounce on Monday after U.S. jobs data matched expectations, while a rally in stocks curbed the metal's appeal as an investment hedge. With no major economic data scheduled for Monday, markets were eyeing investment and consumer demand for further cues. Spot gold edged up 0.1 percent to $1,253.84 an ounce by 0651 GMT. It has stabilized after falling to a four-month low of $1,240.61 early last week. "Right now, nobody wants to play big on gold because they are all looking at equities," said a precious metals trader. "With consumer demand also weak and the Ukraine situation quiet, there aren't much bids out there for gold."

Monday, April 28, 2014

Stocks: Get ready for the summer bummer

Still holding on to stocks thinking they might still go up further this year? You probably held on too long then.

More from CNN Money:
It's never too early to start planning your summer vacation...especially if you work on Wall Street. The stock market is about to enter the time of year when, historically, not much business gets done. The period between May and October is considered the worst six months for stocks since returns during that period are typically lower than the half-year span from November to April. Over the past 50 years, the S&P 500 has gained just 1.3% on average in the May to October period, compared with an average gain of 7.1% in the other six months of a given year, according to Jeff Hirsch, editor of the Stock Trader's Almanac. There's a saying on Wall Street: Sell in May and go away. It's a bit of a cliché, but the idea is that wealthy investors and professional money managers tend to close up shop and head to their summer homes in May. The saying dates back to the British aristocracy of the 19th century, according to Hirsch. Related: Americans still don't trust the stock market The full phrase is "sell in May and go away; don't come back till St. Leger Day." It's a reference fans of the show Downton Abbey would appreciate, said Hirsch. Saint Leger Day, the final leg of the British Triple Crown horse racing competition in September, was when British aristocrats would return to London from the countryside. "We still have that summer oriented society," he said. "That's the cultural pattern that creates the best-six-months worst-six-months phenomena."

Monday, April 21, 2014

Prelude to Economic Disaster: Billionaire Liquidates All Real Estate Ahead of Crash

Will the housing crash in China impact us here in the United States? You'd better believe it will.

Here's more about one billionaire who's already getting out of real estate from Investment Watch Blog:
If you were to contact a real estate agent in any major market today they’d likely advise you the market is so “hot” that if you intend on purchasing property you’d better be prepared to act fast. They’ll adamantly point out, contrary to reality, that the housing market has recovered, available inventory is dropping, prices are rising, and they can only go higher from here.
But if you’re paying attention to what’s happening around us, and not just with our own economy here in the United States, then you’d likely have noticed that while many Americans are flying high on hopes of change and recovery, there is an economic disaster of unprecedented scale in the making.
First, we know that the third largest economy in the world, China, is going through a massive credit crunch as bad loans there have soared to near all time highs, meaning that loans are quickly becoming non-existent and credit markets are now frozen. This means that no one is going to be building ghost cities and empty malls in the Peoples’ Republic again any time soon. Moreover, it means no more easy cash. We know what happened in the United States and the rest of the world when the last credit crunch hit.
Second, as Sovereign Man points out, the richest man in Asia Li Ka-Shing (their version of Warren Buffet or Bill Gates with a reported net worth of $30 billion) has rapidly liquidated his real estate holdings and is existing the market as quickly as possible.

Breaking US Dollar Collapse News

What's Behind the Decline of the US Dollar?

This is one the of the best and simplest explanations we have seen:
The U.S. dollar's downward slide is accelerating as low interest rates, inflation concerns and the massive federal budget deficit undermine the currency. - Wall Street Journal, April 23, 2011
Interestingly, the Federal Reserve is responsible for, or an active participant in all three of these factors.