"Economic History Points to a Dollar Crisis in 2006"...the Latest From Capuchinomics Behavioral Finance Newsletter

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Are we about to see a wholesale rearrangement of the dollar oriented global financial system? Sharp moves in financial markets are suggesting that some investors have made their decision and have begun to act.

Please visit Capuchinomics.com to read the FREE eLetter "As the world turns, it's the US's turn to face a currency crisis" now available on http://www.capuchinomics.com or by joining its e-mail list. Capuchinomics and its editor and publisher Paul Mampilly note in this week's eLetter that "the US by dint of the fact that it issues the world's reserve currency believes that its position cannot be challenged. However, by any reckoning, the dollar today is an emperor with no clothes. The currency features low yields, deteriorating fiscal conditions and a deteriorating investment income position."

What lies in store for the dollar based global financial system in 2006 and beyond? This week's Capuchinomics eLetter provides the historical background for considering this question: "In 1989, the dollar began its road back to preeminence. This preeminence had been lost after Nixon took it off the gold standard in 1971. Thirty years later (since the Dollar peaked in 2001), the dollar came full circle, traveling from global currency villain in 1971 to hero and savior status through various crises."

Going beyond historical background Capuchinomics eLetter this week goes on to ask a provocative question: "Are we about to see a wholesale rearrangement of the dollar oriented global financial system?" Goto http://www.capuchinomics to find out the answer and to read this week's FREE Capuchinomics eLetter entitled "As the world turns, it's the US's turn to face a currency crisis."

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Capuchinomics is a newsletter that utilizes behavioral finance to forecast stock, bond, commodities and currency markets. Capuchinomics also provides specific stock and ETF ideas to its subscribers. These stocks are listed and tracked each week in the Risk & Return Grid for subscribers. Positively rated stocks feature companies that are participating in and catalyzing the epochal changes brought about by the extraordinary developments of the last century which include globalization, the internet, the sequencing of the human genome, etc. The Risk and Return Grid lists stocks by themes like "Biotech, the new pharma" and "Bursting the US asset bubble" and "From analog to digital" and "Energy as a consumer staple" and "New Green Revolution."

Capuchinomics (http://www.capuchinomics.com) is a weekly financial newsletter that employs behavioral finance based techniques to forecast and analyze trends in the financial and securities markets. Capuchinomics is inspired by a social experiment involving Capuchin monkeys. The Capuchin monkey experiment illustrates that financial behavior is driven by social notions of fairness, greed, equity and predictable emotional logic that can be used to identify trends in the financial and securities markets.

Paul Mampilly CFA is the editor of Capuchinomics and a leader in the use of Behavioral Finance decision making with respect to stock, bond and commodity markets. His commentaries on financial Markets have been published by The Daily Reckoning, Welling@Weeden, 24HPM.com, Google News, GSE Reports, Peak Oil, Unknown News, Gold Investments, and Safe Haven. Capuchinomics is a division of The Capuchin Group LLC.

Paul Mampilly, CFA can be reached at 718-577-1359 or at capuchinomics.at.gmail.com or through http://www.capuchinomics.com

Capuchinomics is a division of The Capuchin Group LLC is NOT a Registered Investment Advisors (RIA) and does NOT give individual investment advice. Our comments are an expression of OPINION ONLY and should NOT be construed in any manner whatsoever as recommendations to buy or sell a stock, option, future, bond, commodity or any other financial instrument at any time.


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