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Catalyst #5: The Fed Can No Longer Stop a U.S. Dollar Collapse

Since November 2008, the Federal Reserve has used quantitative easing to keep the U.S. dollar from collapsing.

But the Fed's safety net is no longer available to prevent a U.S. dollar collapse.

The following video explains what has changed with the Fed that makes it useless in rescuing the dollar:

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This video is our fifth installment in a series profiling five looming threats to the U.S. dollar. Watch them all here:

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