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What happens when the U.S dollar go lower

Posted on 08 April 2013

Investing in the S&P 500 and commodities can be a wise idea to grow your portfolio over the course of time, however there can be tumultuous times that can have your portfolio decline dramatically as in the case of the financial collapse of 2008. Those times are over and the S&P is right near its old highs and the Nasdaq composite is at 12 year highs and the commodity markets have rallied tremendously in the last couple of years.
The main rule here is to stick it out even through the rough times and remember this is long term investing and should be treated in that fashion. One main concern with investors in America is the fact that the dollar continues its bearish trend and continues to decline over time due to government printing money and several stimulus packages which have not worked and has ballooned the debt to over $16 trillion dollars which is at an all-time high……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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