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Anol12a
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What is your favorite currency ?

Mine favorite currency is "Dollars's".
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It used to be the Lire - 'till the dogs shredded it of all life and limb.

Not all countries can afford... a lavish monarchy.
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Does Gold count? Smile

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CHF ... Switzerland is the only country in the world that has a currency not built on non-safe credits & loans ...
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How about Silver? Very Happy

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My most favorite currency is pound.
its very cool when you Eran a lot of pound.
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Dollar is my currency.
I love that.
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Canadian Dollar is my favorite currency
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US dollar is my favorite currency. Wherever you go in the world you will meet US dollars.
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US Dollar is my favorite currency.
I love it.
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My favorite currency is us dollar.
I love that. Because i like the dollar.
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LOONIE Is BEST CURRENCY In TODAYS PENDING ECONOMIC COLLAPSE  Reply with quote  

Interesting,

You have to be a loonie to think the U.S. dollar is the best currency, this is no longer true, and when next round of funny money printing is announced, this will spell disaster for the dollar just as we see happening with Euro. The CAN loonie is a far better currency for those who do not want to invest in silver or gold.

The markets are too unstable to think any currency is the best, but if given a choice, I will stick with the loonie. CAN does not have the $16T and exploding deficits, nor are their banks exposed to the same devaluation of homes we see here in U.S. We are back to 1992 levels, and this is not a good sign for economy. You can no longer define a recession in traditional terms for we have never had this much debt before or so many false unemployment numbers, never mind other indicators used to evaluate economy.

Things are far worse than most know, from the real unemployment numbers of up to 15% plus, to the deficit which is far in excess of the reported $16,000,000,000.000.00 we hear on TV. If you are lucky enough to have any savings, do not think your U.S. dollar is sound, it is not. We have seen the shaky world markets kick the can down the road for decades, just as we have seen in the U.S., and as we will soon learn is not the answer, so stick with CAN loonie, AU dollar or Swiss franc, even the Iraqi dinar would be a better choice than the U.S. dollar. And for maximum safety, go with U.S. silver and gold coins.

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Re: LOONIE Is BEST CURRENCY In TODAYS PENDING ECONOMIC COLLA  Reply with quote  

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The markets are too unstable to think any currency is the best, but if given a choice, I will stick with the loonie.

I agree, yet remember that not too long ago the loonie was weak vs. the US Dollar. Times change; the fortunes of fiat currencies change. Thinking any one fiat currency is the best is ... can I say it? loonacy! Laughing

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Does Gold count? Smile

These days, gold is an asset, not a currency. Wink

~Tim~
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Re: LOONIE Is BEST CURRENCY In TODAYS PENDING ECONOMIC COLLA  Reply with quote  

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The markets are too unstable to think any currency is the best, but if given a choice, I will stick with the loonie.

I agree, yet remember that not too long ago the loonie was weak vs. the US Dollar. Times change; the fortunes of fiat currencies change. Thinking any one fiat currency is the best is ... can I say it? loonacy! Laughing


Agreed,

The loonie was always less than U.S. dollar for years, about 30%, but my how times have changed. CAN is not running 16 trillion dollar defecits, no foreclosure crisis, lower unemployment, oil reserves which are so plentiful they have to unload it to others, hopefully U.S. through Keystone pipelne. When you add all these together, we will never see the loonie worth less than the dollar again in our lifetimes.

It was the dollar which was worth more, not so much the loonie which has gained, but the dollar lost value over the past decade. And when you look at any currency play, you look for stability, and the U.S. dollar is about to tank when QE3 is announced. You pump a trillion more into economy and what happens, dollar devalues big time, especially with ever increasing debt, the system is broke, time to see U.S. file bankruptcy again and stop kicking the can down the road as political football.

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