Currencies show signs of weakness
- The Euro will suffer because…
- The perfect storm that will dislodge their economies
- People all sense that something is very unstable
The U.S. dollar is staying strong while other currencies are starting to show signs of long term weakness.
Keep your eye especially on the Euro which will go to a dollar and then possibly as low as 80 cents to the dollar. The Euro will suffer because of the original concepts that are flawed – that different countries with different dynamics would have the same money. It didn’t work before the Euro and doesn’t work now.
In fact, some major players in the EU will most likely be pulling out. These countries will be the UK, Spain, and possibly France. Problems economically, socially, and politically will cause the perfect storm that will dislodge their economies.
People all sense that something is very unstable around the world. They either can’t see it happening to their economy, that the government says is growing, or they just don’t want to believe it. Once currencies and major commodities start to drop in price the real important commodities that you can’t buy with money will be like gold.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: Look to live a simpler life and store up on precious commodities you can’t buy like cooperation and trust.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people know something is about to happen, something is about to crumble and they are either oblivious, scared, or don’t want their party to stop.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Do not over extend yourself in any area. Stoke up on emergency supplies for when a crash comes.
COMMENTARY: Each person handles reality differently. Some people will say they’ve heard all this before and that will be their justification to ignoring the warnings. Others will say there’s nothing they can do and therefore do nothing. And others will ignore it all, and never be bothered to look at any of it. Then there’s the select few who can face reality, be prepared, and continue to live their lives. These people are not fanatics, misers, fear mongers, conspiracy theorists, recluses, or weirdos – they are smart, observant people. They don’t panic, they quietly plan and have quality people who stand with them. These people are called survivors.