Wednesday , 18 October 2017


Currencies

Bitcoin Could Reach $10,000 – Here’s Why

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Bitcoin has entered a parabolic phase, blowing past the price of gold and hitting new all-time highs on a daily basis, and Trace Mayer, a leading expert on bitcoin, believes bitcoin could reach as high as $10,000 in a few years. Below is his rationale.

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The Dollar Affects The Stock Market – Here’s How

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When the dollar is strong, U.S. stocks tend to outperform international equities and, when the dollar is weak, international stocks tend to outperform. Let’s take a look at an example to see how this has played out over the past 20-plus years.

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Bitcoin Has Reached Parity With Gold! A Chart Of Its Fast & Volatile Rise

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Would you rather have one bitcoin, or a single ounce of gold? The answer used to be obvious but, since an off-year in 2014, the enigmatic cryptocurrency has steadily climbed in price to take the title of the best-performing currency in both 2015 and 2016. And today? After continuing its rally into 2017, the price of bitcoin has now passed this arbitrary, but psychologically important measure of parity with an ounce of gold. How did we get here so fast?

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What an America First Trade Policy Could Mean for the US Dollar

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Are the actions being taken by Trump’s administration to spur domestic manufacturing, jobs and economic output a precursor to a weaker dollar and another bull market in gold? Only time will tell, but investors should keep close watch on this developing scenario and adjust portfolios accordingly.

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What Would USD Collapse Mean for the World?

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I came to the conclusion several years ago that it was just a matter of time before the world realized that the relative functionality of the U.S. dollar was about to go belly up - to collapse. [Below is an explanation as to why I have come to that conclusion and what I think it would mean for the well-being of the world.] Words: 881

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