- The Dollar has been rising since 2011 yet every “expert” in gold still calls for a dollar crash.
- Despite a possible bounce in gold at present, gold will still break below $1,000 as we complete the deflationary credit contraction phase.
- Fear; still the missing ingredient. Where will it come from? For gold to move higher this fear must come from the U.S. and Fed policy failure.
What Dollar Crash?
Does this look like a dollar crash or hyperinflation/death of the dollar?
What do all these predictors of fear and dollar crash/hyperinflation have in common? To have their crash occur, then by default, what makes up the dollar index; the Euro, Yen, Pound, Canadian Dollar and Swiss franc, would have to skyrocket. Have you seen what’s going on in Europe with Greece and most of Euroland?
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