Save this link, and refer to the chart in it frequently. The dollar index chart is a universal measure of the dollar’s value against international currency. When things are in a bull market, a chart continually shows higher highs and higher lows. When we are in a bear market (or crashing market), the chart shows lower highs and lower lows. According to the chart in the link below, for the last 4 months, we’ve been seeing lower highs and lower lows which means if there is no turn around, then the dollar is in a major and, so far, slow decline. That could easily accelerate rapidly as countries like China and Russia start to use a gold backed currency. Whoa! Could that be why we are rattling sabers against those two countries? Is our government (run by the bankers) trying to protect the value of the dollar, and attack anyone who threatens it?
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