|Posted March 18, 2009
thanks for your update. Last weeks have been full of contradictory
news from both official and unofficial sources. To make one and
other more clear could you please give you're opinion (or objective
information) about the following:
will de credit default swap market affect the euro? Which quantity
of CDS are expressed in euro?
2. How and
when will the ECB start to take the desperate measures the Fed is
addition to the above, is it worth still holding on the Euro?
Euro property (real estate) further decline in real numbers?
5. Can you
recommend any shares in agricultural, solar, wind, nuclear, aqua
framing, etc... related topics
days ago my bank recommended buying bonds issued by good rated
European companies. During three years a yearly return of nearly
6%. I don't understand why these companies do not go straight to the
banks for money keeping in mind the ever lowering interests rates....Click
here for the answer...
Posted December 14, 2008
As long as M3 (total money supply) keeps on growing at a rate higher
than the rate of growth of the economy it creates Inflation....Click
here for the answer...
Posted November 17, 2008
Posted November 3, 2008
Frequently not asked questions about Inflation:
Click here for the answers...
Posted October 17, 2008
Just one more thought, everyone seems to be predicting that the dollar
will collapse but no-one seems to ask himself the question in whose
interest this is. Let's look at the Chinese , they have tremendous
reserves of dollars , so for sure if the dollar collapse , they loose
everything as well. The same thing can be said of the rich Oil producing
countries (especially Saudis, Emirates).
So the US might get support from those countries as well because it's in
their own interest. So I'm wondering if the dollar could not perform
better than one might think just because the big and very rich countries
keep each other in balance because of mutual interests.
So what about the Chinese and the Arabs ?...Click here
for the answer...
Posted August 27, 2008
you write "as of July 1, 2008, two U.S. banks were short 6,199 &. as of
August 5, 2008, two U.S. banks were short 33,805 contracts of COMEX silver
" - what does this mean ? Do they speculate on a falling silver
price or just the opposite ? or both ? When both, the article has only an
informational value , i.e. "here it is, do with it what you think it is
worth, we have no opinion".
I am a bit confused weather shorting means "speculate on short term on
rising prices" or "speculate on short term on falling prices" . Unlike a
Speeder or Turbo where the name defines the underlying meaning "long"=go
for rising or "short"=go for falling prices.
I am no trader, just a concerned citizen who wants to keep what he has and
loose as little as possible. Should I keep the Kruger's I bought about 10
days ago (in euro) ? And maybe buy some more ? For the moment I'm about
85% in cash, (sold approx. "all" in 5-2007 and bought nothing since = more
luck than knowing). What to do with the $ that are now on a cash-account.
My bank says the $ will be worth 0.8 € in max. 6 months is 0.675
now. But I see that the $ is hovering around 1.47 the last 10 days after a
One more thing I observed the last 2 weeks: why does intraday gold rise
before noon and declines after? And why the $ declines before noon and
rises after noon C.E.T ?... Click here for the
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