US Dollar

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  1. DanK
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    With all the money that is currently being printed, do you think the US Dollar will continue to rise?
     
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    Yes.
     
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    If there's so much money, where is it all?

    Certainly not in the hands of the consumers.
     
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    AVG-JOE American Mutt Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Everything from homes to rubber vomit is being re-priced in the market place. Oil is the big, unknown variable... If The Fed keeps printing dollars we'll get inflation which will ruin the purchasing power that the re-pricing will give those of us who don't have to take a pay cut. Write your congresscritter!

    -Joe
     
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    Short term, I'd have to yes, especially if stimulus2 gets approved this week.
     
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    It will eventually fall when all this money being thrown at the credit crisis starts to hit the streets. Even more so if foreign nations start dumping dollars to buy up our failing assets.
     

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