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The End of America

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Porter Stansberry

The founder and namesake of Stansberry Associates, Porter Stansberry, shocked the audience at the Casey Research Spring Summit with his ‘End of America’ speech. “Our country racked up an enormous amount of debt over the last 40 years – an unprecedented amount of debt. We went from being the world’s largest creditor, to being the world’s largest debtor, to being the world’s largest debtor in history. Those debts were largely private until the fall of 2008, but what happened in 2008 is our politicians made a decision that default would not be the way these debts would be resolved. Instead they’d be resolved through inflation. I call this process ‘The End of America’ because I believe it must lead to the end of the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency. ”

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Reader Comments (2)

Stansberry is issuing his dollar calls just at the dollar's bottom. Next week the collapse of the euro is starting, we just completed the retracement after first wave down. Short the euro on sunday, we are going to 1.22-1.24 from here.
And I am glad, I am a techincal guy, if not I would fall for this dollar collapse propaganda too.
I hope (finally and soon) Bob Prechter will collect its due respect for his deflationary calls.

June 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDi

Peter schiff has a a very strong opinion on this:

June 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSilver Prices

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