Right now, the money in your wallet is losing its value.
And worse, there's nothing you can do to stop the U.S. dollar from utter freefall because…
- The Federal Reserve's expansive monetary policy is flooding the banking system with cash, diluting the dollar's value.
- The U.S. government is intentionally devaluing the dollar to make its exports more affordable.
- China is recruiting a host of other countries in its drive to stamp the dollar out of international trade.
(To learn more about the death of the dollar – and find out specific ways to protect your retirement – take a look at our new U.S. dollar report, right here.)
But, you don't have to just sit on the sidelines and watch your money lose value. Instead, you can look to investments in foreign currencies.
This isn't an investing plan for the feint of heart. Currency investing is one of the riskiest monetary gambles you can make.
But, if you have a little "play money" burning a hole in your bank account, currency investing could be a great way to try for sky-high returns.
Here's your quick guide to currency investing…