Criza Financiara in lume
Posted 07 February 2011 - 04:37 AM
Man, you made my day! Ce zic eu? My whole week! Am dat după ei pe youtube, am vazut că au videouri buluc. La ăsta de aici am picat pe sub masă! "Temporarily", haha.
Edited by tradelover, 07 February 2011 - 05:48 AM.
Posted 07 February 2011 - 10:57 AM
Ca motiv de amuzament...nu-mi pare rau, dolari n-am, euro n-am, actiuni n-am, deci n-am ce sa pierd...in schimb am vro 2 hectare de pamant pe care cred ca fac o gradina de toata frumusetea, sa am ce manca peste vro cativa ani, haha.
Posted 07 February 2011 - 03:06 PM
The Money War
I’m sitting in Marina Del Rey, California, reading the October 5th, 2010 Financial Times. The headline on the front-page blares, “Call For New Global Currencies Agreement”. This headline is indicative that there is a full-blown money war going on.
In Conspiracy Of The Rich: The 8 New Rules of Money (COR), I wrote about governments playing games with money. Well, today’s headlines are validating what I wrote—but now governments have moved from games to war. Presently, nations are devaluing their money. Why are they doing this? The answer is that if they don’t devalue their currency, their exports will grow too expensive and unemployment will rise. But devaluing a currency means people suffer because a weak currency causes inflation, which makes life more expensive.
So, the choice is do you want a job or do you want inflation? What a great choice.
The leaders of the world are calling for a currency pact to stop this money war. But I believe a currency pact will never happen. Currency pacts have been tried before. In 1985, there was the Plaza Accord. At this meeting, world leaders tried to fix and stabilize exchange rates. The moment the government leaders set phony exchange rates, the independent foreign exchange traders (FX), swooped in and punished the foolish government leaders and their phony exchange rates.
If our new leaders attempt a similar Plaza Accord, the FX traders, who owe no allegiance to any government, will once again punish government leaders for their foolishness. In other words, the war of money is going on between countries as well as independent FX traders throughout the world. I’m not a FX trader, but it’s a great time to be one. Fortunes will be made off of foolish government leaders. Years ago, George Soros made a billion dollars betting against the idiots who ran the Bank of England. Today, another billion dollar, pound, euro, or yen pounding is on the horizon.
The problem is that the losers in this battle of banks and FX traders are the average citizens who know nothing about the world of money or the money war. In the next few years, if their leaders lose, these average citizens will be earning less, paying more in taxes, and paying higher prices as inflation seeps into their economy. In the mean time, the financially educated will do better, make more money, and enjoy a better life.
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