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U.S. Dollar

the Fed

Capitalism Might Not Survive the Fed's Next "Big Idea"

At the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium last month, there were strong hints from Fed Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chair Stanley Fischer that they want to raise rates in the near future, but they have broken such promises before.

Those broken promises are likely what lead investors to continue their staggering complacency, and they missed some very disturbing noises about the Fed's plans to deal with the next recession.

These plans are unconstitutional and dangerous, but they're only the next step in a quiet revolution that's already being waged by central banks worldwide.

Credulous, complacent investors put themselves at risk of catastrophic losses as this "revolution" moves further along toward its only logical conclusion…

The wholesale destruction of free markets – and the wealth that people have parked there…

But it's the Fed's most recent move that could destroy everything. Here's the best move you can make in this environment to protect your money...

Wall Street

You Can Become a Goldman Sachs Partner for Just One Dollar (Here's Why You Shouldn't)

Starting now, you can partner with Goldman Sachs for $1.

Here's how this retail banking venture will work - and why you should deposit your money with caution...

Economic Data

11 Reasons Why Everyone Wants to Move to Texas

The Lone Star State is home to 26.9 million residents – as well as low unemployment rates, barrelsful of crude oil, and a bustling tech sector.

Those are just a few reasons why so many people want to move to Texas.

Here are nine more...

Trading Strategies

How You Can Profit from the Same Trend That Drove U.S. Stocks Up 1,262% in the 80s and 90s

The 1980s and 1990s were boom decades for U.S. stocks.

But those huge gains over those particular decades were no coincidence. A distinct trend was the driving force behind the soaring stock market.

Best of all, this phenomenon is cyclical and predictable – which means we know just where to look to capture the biggest future gains.

Find out more about this trend - and how you can profit from it...

Economic Data

How the BLS Fudges Jobs Report Numbers with Seasonal Adjustments

Jobs report data, like July's, is known to include seasonally adjusted numbers.

But there's a big problem with the way the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates these adjustments...

The Fed

Kill the Fed, Free the Markets – How to Replace America’s Scheming Central Bank

Repairing the damage the Fed's schemes have inflicted on free markets will require replacing it altogether.

Our expert says the fix is easier than you'd think...

Currencies

World Currency Profit Game Plan – Phase 1

The world's major currencies are gold, the U.S. dollar, the euro, the Chinese yuan, and the Japanese yen.

And this world currency game plan shows you how to play each for profit in today's volatile markets. Get started here...

China

U.S. Opportunists Are Selling Powerball Tickets to China

U.S. opportunists are selling Powerball tickets to China. That’s right, competition for tonight’s billion-dollar winner just got a lot stiffer.

How are the Chinese getting in on the action?

Here are the "entrepreneurs" selling our lottery tickets overseas...

China

Westerners Should "Be Very Afraid" of Friday's Chinese Yuan-IMF Decision

China's yuan was just awarded reserve currency status. This was the precise event former Wall Street banker Evander Smart warned of in September:

"If you live in the West, and this goes down, be afraid, be very afraid," Smart wrote in an op-ed for "future of money" site Coin Telegraph on Sept. 10. "The world is starting to prepare for life without the dollar and westerners should, too!"

Inclusion into the IMF's $280 billion basket of currency reserves alongside the U.S. dollar, the Japanese yen, the British pound, and the euro, becomes official on Nov. 30.

As an SDR world reserve currency, the Chinese yuan is now legitimized as a serious competitor to the U.S. dollar.

Here's what you need to know about the Chinese yuan-IMF decision ...

Currencies

Why the U.S. Dollar Is Getting Stronger – and How to Play It

The year-long rally in the U.S. dollar has slowed, but it's far from over.

From July 2014 to March of this year, the U.S. dollar index (DXY) has soared by 25%. Since then, it has pulled back slightly. But the forces that drove the U.S dollar higher remain in place and will intensify in the months ahead.

Here's why the U.S. dollar will keep rising - and how to profit from it...