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CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?

 
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Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?

Published: Friday, 27 Jul 2012 | 5:27 AM ET

As the investment world eagerly awaits more stimulus, a debate on a previously unthinkable topic has started to emerge – can fiat currencies survive round after round of debasement?

Some heavy hitters say the answer is no.

A fiat currency derives its worth from the issuing government - it is not fixed in value to any objective standard. That means central banks can print as much money as they want. If an economy is struggling, injecting more notes into the system juices activity but lowers the value of the currency in question.

With major central banks all desperate to stimulate their economies, some say currencies have entered a dangerous new phase often described as a race to the bottom.

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TY for the instapin

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the article ends with. . .

As the fiat currency debate gains momentum and relevance, one London-based manager of a billion dollar fund says the answer about what lies ahead is in the past.

“Every single fiat currency in history has collapsed, this time will be no different.”

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So the MSM is finally giving in?


Or, they just want to be able to say that they said something about the inevitable collapse, once it happens.
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Use gold and silver as legal tender!

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Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?

Published: Friday, 27 Jul 2012 | 5:27 AM ET

As the investment world eagerly awaits more stimulus, a debate on a previously unthinkable topic has started to emerge – can fiat currencies survive round after round of debasement?

Some heavy hitters say the answer is no.

A fiat currency derives its worth from the issuing government - it is not fixed in value to any objective standard. That means central banks can print as much money as they want. If an economy is struggling, injecting more notes into the system juices activity but lowers the value of the currency in question.

With major central banks all desperate to stimulate their economies, some say currencies have entered a dangerous new phase often described as a race to the bottom.

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This is one of the things Ron Paul has said all along. Now that he is out of the picture, the MSM brings it up.

Wonder what all the RP haters will say when the currency does collapse?
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wow... interesting to see this on msm
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Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?

Published: Friday, 27 Jul 2012 | 5:27 AM ET

As the investment world eagerly awaits more stimulus, a debate on a previously unthinkable topic has started to emerge – can fiat currencies survive round after round of debasement?

Some heavy hitters say the answer is no.

A fiat currency derives its worth from the issuing government - it is not fixed in value to any objective standard. That means central banks can print as much money as they want. If an economy is struggling, injecting more notes into the system juices activity but lowers the value of the currency in question.

With major central banks all desperate to stimulate their economies, some say currencies have entered a dangerous new phase often described as a race to the bottom.

cont'd:
[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: G3


This is one of the things Ron Paul has said all along. Now that he is out of the picture, the MSM brings it up.

Wonder what all the RP haters will say when the currency does collapse?
 Quoting: s. d. butler


dont need the old timing, semi-coherant blatantly authoritarian pro-corporate-welfare rhetoric\baggage of RP to dislike our economic policy.

In fact, while the ridiculous tea party was looking for AA actors to carry guns at rallys, the 99%ers amassed a world wide anti-fiat, anti-centralized excess movement, and you guys wouldnt join them because the unions were on their sides...

its like the r3tardd 'growers' in cali - trying to join forces with the FOP and Busch to lobby against legalizatiion?

what idiots..
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How many freaking times are we going to here that the Fiat Currency is going to collapse and it never does..

This makes about 100 predictions since 2008 thet the Fiat Currency will collapse..


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Yeah so? They just need to start back up with a new kind of currency. A one world currency. Which is what the whole plan is anyway.
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Of course not. History teaches us that all fiat currencies ever conceived have enriched the civilizations who adopted them, and they are all still with us today.

And the Bernanke/Giethner/Obama Axis knows economics, baby, so it's all good.

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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
How many freaking times are we going to here that the Fiat Currency is going to collapse and it never does..

This makes about 100 predictions since 2008 thet the Fiat Currency will collapse..


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If the fiat monetary system collapes it will because the PTB want them to!! WAKE UP!!!!
(google the phrase "warn the people")
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wow... interesting to see this on msm
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Especially on an NBC sub-network.
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How many freaking times are we going to here that the Fiat Currency is going to collapse and it never does..

This makes about 100 predictions since 2008 thet the Fiat Currency will collapse..

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20844441


AC is correct!

The Weimar Marks are still as valuable today as the day they were printed! Same with Confederate dollars and Zimbabwe currency!

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How many freaking times are we going to here that the Fiat Currency is going to collapse and it never does..

This makes about 100 predictions since 2008 thet the Fiat Currency will collapse..


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When it does collapse, I would hate to be you...

You do realize that the US Dollar is the Reserve Currency of the World? What if China, India and Japan want to call in our debt? Can you say Economic Implosion....because I can say Hyperinflation....
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"a debate on a previously unthinkable topic begins..."

Once again GLP is years ahead of the retarded MSM.
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I think we all know it's going to happen this fall. s226
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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
Whether you want to put the bs flag up or not the fact is that the easing by the fed continues to weaken the dollar. Gold and silver will double within the next 2 to 3 years.
everything in its right place
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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
That the MSM have even brought this up, in my opinion, 'is significant.'
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Everything is fine you just need to by some more stuff. Can I interest you in some wonderful AMWAY products.
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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
I love this debate because it's still difficult to know which way to go. Gold is historically over stretched and holders all want you to keep buying but central governments are historically over retarded and keep printing.

Something tells me we "need" another massive distraction.

BTW there is tons more metal certificates than holdings and you can't eat gold.

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Yeah so? They just need to start back up with a new kind of currency. A one world currency. Which is what the whole plan is anyway.
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The people of the world can just invent our own currency and lock most of the bankers out.

and we will eventually at this rate of technology - and the bankers know it cuz they hire smart people to tell them of these possibilities.
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I think the currency is already in a collapse sitution. The currency in circulation and in bank computers is grossly under reported, when number become accurate our currency will lose all value.

I have no proof, but I know the government is lying in every financial report.
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Of course not. History teaches us that all fiat currencies ever conceived have enriched the civilizations who adopted them, and they are all still with us today.

And the Bernanke/Giethner/Obama Axis knows economics, baby, so it's all good.

1rof1
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Cannot tell if this is sarcasm.... Must be..

However what you say is probably true - we just need to remove usurous debt practices from the financial calculations of the private organizations that have taken over our public right...... Education, security, healthcare, etc... Its not natural to have a profit motive in these things. Not a top down corporate style profit motive anyway.
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Whether you want to put the bs flag up or not the fact is that the easing by the fed continues to weaken the dollar. Gold and silver will double within the next 2 to 3 years.
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Double in PRICE, but not VALUE - note the difference.
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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
I think the currency is already in a collapse sitution. The currency in circulation and in bank computers is grossly under reported, when number become accurate our currency will lose all value.

I have no proof, but I know the government is lying in every financial report.
 Quoting: TURMOIL


You're right. They're creating currency in CYBERSPACE.

IT DOESN'T REPRESENT WEALTH. It doesn't represent anything real. I just wish I knew which way to RUN!
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That the MSM have even brought this up, in my opinion, 'is significant.'
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No its not. The MSM would sell their own mother if got a single eyeball to their site/programs.

I remember a MSM article a couple of months ago "Top 10 Most dangerous financial reporters" 1/2 were legitimately independent: Tabbi, ZH, etc. The other half were 100% mainstream Milquetoast that the networks/websites were prepping for new time slots/columns.
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I think the currency is already in a collapse sitution. The currency in circulation and in bank computers is grossly under reported, when number become accurate our currency will lose all value.

I have no proof, but I know the government is lying in every financial report.
 Quoting: TURMOIL


You're right. They're creating currency in CYBERSPACE.

IT DOESN'T REPRESENT WEALTH. It doesn't represent anything real. I just wish I knew which way to RUN!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20833598


Run to silver...historically it's always held a 16:1 ratio with gold.

We will see silver at $500/oz within a decade.
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I think the currency is already in a collapse sitution. The currency in circulation and in bank computers is grossly under reported, when number become accurate our currency will lose all value.

I have no proof, but I know the government is lying in every financial report.
 Quoting: TURMOIL


You're right. They're creating currency in CYBERSPACE.

IT DOESN'T REPRESENT WEALTH. It doesn't represent anything real. I just wish I knew which way to RUN!
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Run to silver...historically it's always held a 16:1 ratio with gold.

We will see silver at $500/oz within a decade.
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Yeah, but after you have 100,000 ounces of it (LOL) it'l like trying to store a VW microbus in your house.
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You have been warned.
This article is a rather stern warning to citizens that history is likely going to repeat. They fluff it up with some idiots claiming all is well to not alarm people.
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Re: CNBC: Are Fiat Currencies Headed for a Collapse?
I think the currency is already in a collapse sitution. The currency in circulation and in bank computers is grossly under reported, when number become accurate our currency will lose all value.

I have no proof, but I know the government is lying in every financial report.
 Quoting: TURMOIL


You're right. They're creating currency in CYBERSPACE.

IT DOESN'T REPRESENT WEALTH. It doesn't represent anything real. I just wish I knew which way to RUN!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20833598


Run to silver...historically it's always held a 16:1 ratio with gold.

We will see silver at $500/oz within a decade.
 Quoting: TURMOIL


Yeah, but after you have 100,000 ounces of it (LOL) it'l like trying to store a VW microbus in your house.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20833598


At least it'll be where you left it.

If you left it in silver stocks on the stock market, it doesn't matter if you have 10000000 oz's you won't see one in return.

Physical silver IN YOUR POSSESSION is the most important, once the currency collapses you won't get to a safety deposit box.

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