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Steve Sjuggerud's top "outside the dollar" trades
Saturday, November 2, 2013

 "When you size up our currency, the big picture is – well, horrible."
In his latest issue of True Wealth, Steve Sjuggerud showed readers how hard it is to hold dollars these days...
We are the largest debtor nation – and we're getting deeper into debt every single day. The U.S. has also been on a money-printing binge to pay its debts and stimulate the economy. Both of these things are terrible for the U.S. dollar in the long run.
 The total amount of money in circulation rose by $3 trillion in the first nine months of 2013. Total global money supply is at more than $66 trillion and growing at an annualized rate of 6%-plus. It's the largest amount of money in history.
 With that much money sloshing around, it's natural for asset prices to rise. That's exactly what Steve Sjuggerud predicted would happen with his Bernanke Asset Bubble thesis – that asset prices around the world would soar as global central banks printed more and more money.
In addition to global stock markets, the Bernanke Asset Bubble is also driving real estate prices higher – again, just as Steve predicted.
 According to the latest data from the S&P Case-Shiller housing index, home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose 12.8% from August 2012 to August 2013 – the biggest jump since February 2006. Analysts forecast a 12.3% increase.
As of August, the 20-city index is up 22.7% from its March 2012 low. U.S. home prices are back to mid-2004 levels.
 The same trends that are driving asset prices higher are also driving us toward what Porter calls the "End of America" – when the dollar loses its status as the world's reserve currency.
And one of Porter's top recommendations is to move some cash beyond the U.S. government's reach...
I know you probably don't believe me when I tell you that the U.S. government is going to implement policies to save itself, which are unimaginable right now.
But remember, desperate governments will do very desperate things. That's why they outlawed the ownership of gold 80 years ago.
That's why they are already talking about "nationalizing" automatic 401(k)s and retirement plans... and it's why it might soon be against the law to open a foreign bank account or to move your money overseas without paying outrageous taxes.

 If you're looking for a place outside of the U.S. dollar to hold cash, Steve just shared an interesting idea...
Steve wrote his PhD dissertation on how currencies move... He can boil down the most important idea in one sentence: Money flows where it's treated best.
And according to Steve, the U.S. dollar is not treating money well these days...
I want you to think about this for a moment...
Every night, international bank managers scan the globe to find the best place for their money. (I did this many years ago, as vice president of a global mutual fund.) Their first goal, of course, is "don't lose money." And their second goal is to SAFELY earn the highest interest.
Now imagine you're one of those bank managers. You see the U.S. paying zero-percent interest (and that won't change for years). You know the U.S. is the world's largest debtor nation. And you watch the U.S. government shut down – and threaten to stop payment on its debts.
For the first time in your career, you start thinking that you don't want your money in dollars anymore...
But where should you put it?
Steve's answer might surprise you: It's the Chinese renminbi.
 In short, Steve says, "China's currency is deeply undervalued. It would have to roughly double just to get to fair value with the rest of the world." It's also paying interest, unlike the U.S. dollar.
Steve found a safe way to buy the renminbi, collect 2.6%-3.3% a year, and benefit as the Chinese currency appreciates against the dollar.
Out of fairness to Steve's True Wealth subscribers, we can't say much more about exactly how his subscribers are able to own the renminbi with minimal risk... But he did add full details on this idea to his True Wealth currency "seminar."
In his presentation, he details how currency fluctuations work and their impact on every American. He also reveals several unique trades – besides the renminbi – that will allow you to safely build a huge amount of wealth in the midst of currency fluctuations... including what he's calling "The Greatest Currency Trade of the Next 10 Years."
While Steve's recommended trades are related to currency movements, none of them involve risky, leveraged currency bets, like most people think of when they hear "currency trade." These trades don't involve traditional currency trades at all (and all but one can be easily made in a conventional brokerage account).
We're at a major crossroads in the currency markets. Our government is in a "no way out" situation with its finances. You can't afford to sit on your hands and watch your purchasing power decline.
Do yourself and your family a favor: Take us up on our 100% money-back guarantee. Try True Wealth for four months. Read through Steve's report a few times. (It will take you less than 30 minutes.) If you don't think it's the most comprehensive and well-written report on how to protect yourself and your family from the coming destruction of the U.S. dollar, we'll refund every penny.
You can sign up for True Wealth and the special report right here. (There's no long video to watch. You'll be able to access the report in less than 10 minutes.)
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