U.S. Dollar Decline – July 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The negative … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – July 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar Decline – June 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The negative … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – June 2011 Update

The Wildly Sanguine Views Of The U.S. Dollar Drop

Lately there have been a variety of opinions and articles stating that the decline of the U.S. Dollar is either not something to be (unduly) concerned about, or even that such a falling U.S. Dollar will be beneficial. The logic behind these opinions is various.  One, that is particularly notable, is that the U.S. Dollar … Read more The Wildly Sanguine Views Of The U.S. Dollar Drop

U.S. Dollar Decline – May 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The negative … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – May 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar Decline – April 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – April 2011 Update

U.S. Currency Weakness – A Few Thoughts

I have written many posts concerning the vulnerability of the U.S. Dollar to a substantial decline, and the ill-effects such a decline would have on the U.S. economy and markets. The U.S. Dollar is now at 75.65, and is exhibiting weak “price action” and weak technicals.  As one can see from the following chart, the … Read more U.S. Currency Weakness – A Few Thoughts

U.S. Dollar Decline – March 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – March 2011 Update

Alan Greenspan On The Primary Purpose Of A Central Bank

On January 7, The Wall Street Journal conducted an interview of Alan Greenspan. I found a few aspects of this interview to be interesting.  Perhaps most notable was the following comment by Greenspan, seen at the 13:58 mark: “…the primary purpose of a central bank is to protect the value of the currency…” I will … Read more Alan Greenspan On The Primary Purpose Of A Central Bank

U.S. Dollar Decline – January 2011 Update

U.S. Dollar weakness is a foremost concern of mine.  As such, I have extensively written about it.  I am very concerned that the actions being taken to “improve” our economic situation will dramatically weaken the Dollar.  Should the Dollar substantially decline from here, as I expect, the negative consequences will far outweigh any benefits.  The … Read more U.S. Dollar Decline – January 2011 Update