Japan Crisis Continues to Impact Global Markets & Americans Don’t Get It

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How is the Tragedy Affecting the Purchasing Power of the Dollar? --Economic and Commodities Expert, David McAlvany

David McAlvany

Japan is the largest debtor nation in the world and with the mounting costs of the disaster, what impact will this have on the larger global economy over time?

Japan is the largest debtor nation in the world and with the mounting costs of the disaster, what impact will this have on the larger global economy over time? Unexpectedly the Yen is appreciating despite the Japanese crisis and McAlvany explains why G7 nations intervened on behalf of the Yen -- the real reason. McAlvany reminds us that before the tragedy, the US has been perpetually drowning in its own debt and Japan could be the first domino to fall despite monetary aide.

The third largest economy is impacting investors and markets worldwide, but what are individuals currently doing to protect their assets? Despite global instability, higher fuel costs, and rising inflation, McAlvany explains what Americans can do to ensure their own economic security.

Questions for David:

  • How is the tragedy in Japan affecting the purchasing power of the US dollar?
  • What impact will the Japanese crisis have on the larger global economy? Short-term and long-term effects.
  • Inflation. Where are we in the process?
  • What can individuals do to protect themselves?

About David McAlvany: Click Here

Up-coming Speaking Schedule: McAlvany will be speaking at the Las Vegas Money Show as an Editorial Speaker (May 10-12, 2011) and Las Vegas Freedom Fest (July 14-16, 2011)

Important Calls:

  • Told investors to get out of US real estate market in 2004.
  • Warned investors to get out of the stock market in March of 2008 before the crash.
  • Advised individuals to invest in gold at $200 per ounce in early 2000.

Contact: Karis Webb
970.310.1105
karistw(at)gmail(dot)com

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