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Why has the Dollar rallied?

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it means the government

just secured half the mortages in the us. bad paper just became good again. not really, but in the day to day of the markets....

"debt is really a 'dollar short' position."

"Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters." Benjamin Franklin

Jay Taylor says:

I can’t help remembering Bob Hoye’s constant refrain that when the global economy runs into trouble, the senior currency gets stronger. Why so? Bob reasons that debt is really a “dollar short” position. When the debt has to be repaid, everyone scrambles to sell assets and buy dollars to answer the call of margin clerks.

government of the people, by the people, for the people

I been watching my mutual funds and I noticed

during most of this year the best performing fund was invested in foreign government bonds but in the last 2 months it has been falling, meanwhile the fund with the biggest gain in the last 2 months was invested in government securities. I guess due to the dollar rally?

"Evil flourishes when good men do nothing."
—Edmund Burke


The central banks are proping up the dollar.

good find


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