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Successful Investing in an Era of Currency Turmoil
The U.S. dollar is under downward pressure. Investors must hedge themselves against the depreciation of the U.S. dollar.
Most stock market investors forget about currency risk. They invest in their nation's stocks, not paying attention to the fact that, internationally, they may be losing money when their domestic stock market rises.
We are now clearly at the beginning of a new era: open borders for capital. Any investor who does not pay attention to investments that are denominated in a currency other than his national currency is going to lose money he could have made.
Diversify. This means foreign opportunities.
Can you guess which Western European nation has fared best . . . and why? keep reading
They did it again. They know their stuff. keep reading
He has sent Angela Merkel a memo. keep reading
Greece missed its payment on Friday. The country is technically in default. In Europe, rates are moving up. keep reading
You have to know what you are trying to accomplish. Newbies don't know. keep reading
The European Union is between a rock and a hard place. Isn't the New World Order grand? keep reading
I have been saying this since 1999. It is now becoming obvious to investment experts. keep reading
It is very difficult to get this idea across to people who say they believe it. keep reading
Fools and their counterfeit money are soon parted. keep reading
Here is a rule: if it's economic jargon, you can safely ignore it. In fact, you had better ignore it. keep reading
The euro is in free fall. So are the dreams of the NWO. keep reading
There is nothing Merkel can do about it. She is not in charge. Neither is the European Union. keep reading