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The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending…

The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold,…

by Charles Goyette

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OK. I guess its all here if you want to find the story of the dollar meltdown, but its all a bit shallow. Some of the economics is a bit shaky, and the arguments a bit thin. Also a bit tedious in the middle sections endlessly repeating the same worn-out themes. I enjoyed better reading about his rationale for suggesting the various investments cited in chapter eleven onwards. There is useful information here on Gold, Silver, Oil, real assets, agricultural funds, commodity funds, short bonds, currency funds, prospectus links, etc. Combined with the resources section at the end, there is loads of useful info here. ( )
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On the heels of one economic crisis, Charles Goyette argues that we are now heading for another - high inflation and currency devaluation. According to Goyette, there is some good news - we can protect ourselves and even profit in this new economic environment. Here he outlines how.… (more)

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