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ClownBuck Deathwatch
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Emcee:  patron_anejo_por_favor Type:  Unmoderated
The U.S. ClownBuck (aka "Dollar") is the central platform on which the twin historic investment bubbles (equities and real estate) are built. With monthly records being broken in the current accounts deficit, with personal savings in the U.S. at all time lows and with a burgeoning recovery in European economies, how much longer can the ClownBuck be levitiated? Let's here it, all you dollar proponents and detractors alike. This thread will be UNMODERATED, let the fur fly!

Here's the patient's vital signs:

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...and here's the toxicology report:

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329Here's a longer article with more details: Message 25025328John Metcalf-10/3/2008
328Thank you for this, I will have to take some time to think it through, so it sinjmiller099-10/3/2008
327Chuck Butler of Everbank had interesting comments this morning on Euro weakness.John Metcalf-10/3/2008
326Is this on hold? I thought today's signing may have been a good stimulus forjmiller099-10/3/2008
325Bernanke airlines? I understand that the last words heard on flight recorders arTommaso-9/25/2007
324"Thank you for flying Bernanke Airlines. Buh-bye!" <img src='hpatron_anejo_por_favor-9/25/2007
323Hold yer friends tight, but yer Maple Leafs tighter?<G>patron_anejo_por_favor-9/24/2007
322Time to hold our collective breath and our Krugerrands, Eagles, Maple Leafs and Cactus Jack-9/24/2007
321The clownbuck is having a deep and meaningful relationship with the "Line opatron_anejo_por_favor-9/24/2007
320Saw this on another thread. Good questions. bloomberg.com <b>Questions Cactus Jack-9/21/2007
319I don't have FXF but I have a pretty good wad of SF travelers checks. I suppTommaso-9/20/2007
318I really don't remember much about it. It was right before the presidential patron_anejo_por_favor-9/20/2007
317Patron Do you remember anything about the Sep 1992 dollar crisis? Dollar hit a bruiser98-9/20/2007
316At least 500 billion, maybe as much as a trillion. Dollar inverse forex, the nexpatron_anejo_por_favor-9/20/2007
315The dollar index is down 1% today and still falling. I wonder what that amountsTommaso-9/20/2007
314Yen continuing very strong, even as the euro is pressured: finance.yahoo.comTommaso-8/14/2007
313Try going in winter.No Mo Mo-7/31/2007
312I wish this thread would revive. One focussed precisely on the dollar would be wTommaso-7/30/2007
311loonie broke 93 centsTommaso-5/30/2007
310Time to revive this thread: TOP STORY As Dollar Weakens, Paulson Faces ChallengTommaso-12/1/2006
309>>>You should have stayed with something safe, like the ITALIAN Lira<Tommaso-5/10/2006
308<Might be, but foreign exchange can whipsaw someone like nothing else. Get inLLCF-5/10/2006
307Might be, but foreign exchange can whipsaw someone like nothing else. Get into TTommaso-5/10/2006
306Cool... yea borrowing in $US and holding elsewhere makes sense. DAKLLCF-5/10/2006
305Did you see the WS Journal article this morning about how a lot of investors areTommaso-5/10/2006
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