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Obama and Bernanke May Destroy the U.S. Dollar to Repay National and Foreign Debt

As the dollar begins to cascade down once again with the dollar index at 81.64, many market participants, including this writer, are coming to the conclusion that America's domestic and foreign debts will be repaid with dollars that are worth much less. Many participants agree that the U.S. Treasury bonds that we and other nations hold will end up being worth less in real terms (i.e., will be able to buy fewer goods and services), and perhaps a great deal less in future years.

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Gold Price Shines and Takes a Breather: Is There More Upside to Come?

The gold price has recently broken out of a flag formation on the upside on the weekly gold chart in a price move from $900 and trading as high as $1007.70 on February 20, 2009. The gold market is now pulling back down sharply to as low as $905.70 intraday on March 3, 2009. This pullback to the breakout point appears to be normal, and the gold market could resume its powerful uptrend once this retreat is over.

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Why Our Economy Will Not Prosper Until We Have Hard Money and How You Can Profit From It

What is meant by the terms "real money" or "hard money"? I associate hard money with a gold-backed currency or a consistently well managed paper money standard, both of which can protect the financial system from the many dangers of a fiat, poorly managed paper standard. We know that the main danger of a paper standard is that if too much money is printed, it becomes worth less as the value of the money is inflated away through excess supply.

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