The U.S. Dollar Index continues to climb amid expectations of a strong U.S. economic recovery from the pandemic.
Bitcoin surges, China and the EU unite, and volatility call options are looking mighty interesting… Read the full members-only report here.
The following infographic brilliantly sums up one of the massive “sleeper” investments of 2015. When the numbers were all calculated, Bitcoin was easily the top performing currency of 2015.
Looking to diversify out of the U.S. dollar? In today’s briefing, we discuss three easy ways to buy foreign currency.
After rallying 28% since last summer, the U.S. dollar is coming under heavy selling pressure. Here’s what we are doing.
See which currencies we are buying (and selling) in August…
Demand heats up as monthly transactions in Bitcoin increase 94% over the past year…
The U.S. dollar spent the month of June locked in a downward channel, setting lower highs and lower lows.
See which currencies we are buying in June…
Traders know that a trending dollar can greatly impact everything from the price of foreign currencies to commodities.
Here’s our latest subscriber-only PDF report detailing our favorite currencies in May 2015.
Are you wanting to gain exposure to emerging market currencies without the risk of loss? If so, check this out.
Although the ECB is just now cranking up the printing press, savvy investors have already taken their positions several months ago, in anticipation.
Let me show you how to profit from the crazy world of global currencies…
The benefit of currency hedging comes into play when the underlying currency is declining in value.
The virtual currency is down 44% since the beginning of 2015… Here’s what Jerry thinks.
This just occurred in 24 hours… for the first time ever.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that provides a way to send money from person-to-person without using a bank or middleman. Here’s what you should know before getting started with Bitcoin. Plus, 33 pages of economic and geopolitical insights!
Foreign currency investing simplified! A currency rating system for those seeking to diversify away from the U.S. dollar.
On this week’s program, Jerry and his guest discuss how to buy Bitcoin, what Bitcoin is, and why it is becoming so popular.
There are no account fees for the MarketSafe Evolving Economies CD.
On this week’s program Jerry Robinson discusses foreign currencies with Axel Merk, corporate governance with Nell Minow, and explains the global conflicts that threaten the financial order.
It looks as though our predictions about China are starting to unfold into reality.
There will be no FTMWeekly Radio show this week as Jerry will be out of the office this weekend. In lieu of our regular weekly program, enjoy this recent interview with Jerry Robinson on Financial Survival Radio.
Investing in a foreign currency can protect you from the falling dollar and there are several currencies that provide great investment opportunities. The real question is, “Which currencies are safe?” There are pros and cons to any currency investment. Whether you invest to protect your wealth or to make a profit, it is important to remember that investing in foreign currency can be a high-risk venture. You could make a lot of money – or you could lose a lot of money.
Here is a list of four of the most stable foreign currencies along with three simple ways to buy them. What is the most stable currency? Learn more here.
In essence, what we are witnessing right now is a new global war. Its not a physical war involving lead bullets and military might. Instead, it is a global economic war in which nations are firing financial bullets at their own currencies.
Top 20 Global Banks by Market Capitalization: The Decline of American Banks & The Rise of Goldman Sachs
The Financial Times has a very interesting shockwave application showing how the top banks by market capitalization have changed for the last few years. You can clearly see the Goldman Sacks ascension and the decline of the American banks.
The US remained the world’s biggest manufacturing nation by output last year, but is poised to relinquish this slot in 2011 to China – thus ending a 110-year run as the number one country in factory production.
Canada thinks it can teach the world a thing or two about dodging financial meltdowns.
The 20 world leaders at an economic summit in Toronto next weekend will find themselves in a country that has avoided a banking crisis where others have floundered, and whose economy grew at a 6.1 percent annual rate in the first three months of this year. The housing market is hot and three-quarters of the 400,000 jobs lost during the recession have been recovered.
Some of the world’s richest central banks will not stop investing in the euro, supporting its reserve status, despite the sovereign debt crisis hammering the euro zone’s currency, government sources said.