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Tug of War: Why You Should Care About the Global Currency Crisis

by Paul Erdman

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Explores the fluctuating power of the dollar while giving explanations as to why the dollar is where it is today, making predictions, and presenting advice on the investment direction one should pursue in today's markets.
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