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Investment Legends: “Dollar Collapse Inevitable”

Investment Legends: “Dollar Collapse Inevitable”

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What will happen to the U.S. economy and the dollar in the near term? Will inflation increase dramatically? What is the outlook for gold, and where should you put your money? BIG GOLD asked a world-class panel of economists, authors, and investment advisors what they expect for the future. Caution: strong opinions ahead...
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What will happen to the U.S. economy and the dollar in the near term? Will inflation increase dramatically? What is the outlook for gold, and where should you put your money? BIG GOLD asked a world-class panel of economists, authors, and investment advisors what they expect for the future. Caution: strong opinions ahead...
http://www.whatisgold.net

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[INVESTMENT LEGENDS:|DOLLAR COLLAPSE INEVITABLE}] 
 
Investment Legends: ³Dollar Collapse Inevitable´
Jeff Clark, Editor: BIG GOLD
Jeff Clark,BIG GOLD 
What will happen to the U.S. economy and the dollar in the near term? Will inflation increasedramatically? What is the outlook for gold, and where should you put your money?
BIG GOLD
 asked a world-class panel of economists, authors, and investment advisors what they expect for the future. Caution: strong opinions ahead...
 
J
im Rogers
is a self-made billionaire, author of the best-sellers
A
dventure Capitalist 
 and
Investment Biker 
, and a sought-after financial commentator. He was a co-founder of theQuantum Fund, a successful hedge fund, and creator of the Rogers International CommoditiesIndex (RICI).
B
ill
B
onner
is the president and founder of Agora, Inc., a worldwide publisher of financialadvice and opinions. He is also the author of the Internet-based
D
aily Reckoning 
and a regular columnist in
MoneyWeek 
magazine.
P
eter Schiff 
is CEO of Euro Pacific Precious Metals and host of the daily radio show
he Peter Schiff Show.
He is the author of the economic parable
How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes
and the recent financial bestseller 
he Little Book of Bull Moves: Updated and Expanded.
He¶s a frequent guest on CNBC, Fox Business, and is quoted often in print media.
J
effrey Christian
is managing director of CPM Group and a prominent analyst on preciousmetals and commodities markets. CPM Group produces comprehensive yearbooks on gold,silver, and platinum group metals, and provides a wide range of consulting services. Jeffreypublished
Commodities Rising 
, an investors¶ guide to commodities, in 2006.
W
alter
J.
"
J
ohn"
W
illiams,
private consulting economist and ³economic whistleblower,´ hasbeen working with Fortune 500 companies for 30 years. His newsletter 
Shadow Government Statistics
(shadowstats.com) provides in-depth analysis of the government¶s ³creative´ economicreporting practices.
Steve Henningsen
is chief investment strategist and partner at The Wealth Conservancy inBoulder, CO, assisting clients interested in wealth preservation. Current assets under management exceed $200 million.
Frank Trotter
is an executive vice president of EverBank and a founding partner of EverBank.com, a national branchless bank that was acquired by the current EverBank in 2002.He received an M.B.A. from Washington University and has over 30 years experience in thebanking industry.
 
D
r
.
Krassimir
P
etrov
is an Austrian economist and holds a Ph.D. in economics from Ohio StateUniversity. He was assistant professor in economics at the American University in Bulgaria, thenan associate professor in finance at Prince Sultan University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He iscurrently an associate professor at Ahlia University in Manama, Bahrain. He¶s been acontributing editor for Agora Financial and Casey Research.
B
ob Hoye
is chief financial strategist of Institutional Advisors and writes
Pivotal Events
, aweekly market overview. His articles have been published by Barron¶s,
Financial Post 
,
Financial 
imes
, and
National Post 
.
BI
G GOL
D:
A lot of economists, including the government, believe the worst is behind useconomically
.
 
D
o you agree?
I
f not, what should we be on the lookout for in 2011?
 
J
im Rogers
:
 
It is better for those getting all the government largesse, but the overall situation isworse. More currency turmoil. State and local problems, plus pension problems.
B
ill
B
onner
:
 
None of the problems that caused the crises in Europe and America have beenresolved. They have been delayed and expanded by more debt and more money printing and willlead to more and worse crises. Deleveraging takes time. 2011 will, most likely, be a transitionyear... not unlike 2010. But the risk is that one of these latent crises will become an active crisis.
P
eter Schiff 
:
 
To me, it's like watching someone walk into the same sliding glass door again andagain. Wall Street must know by now that large infusions of liquidity from the Fed spur presentconsumption at the expense of investment for the future. We are an indebted family going out for an expensive meal to celebrate getting approved for a new credit card. It might feel good (at thetime), but we're still simply delaying the inevitable.
J
effrey Christian
:
We believe the worst is behind us economically, in the short term. Therecession ended in late 2009, and 2010 saw U.S. economic growth in line with what CPM hadexpected, but higher than the more pessimistic consensus had been. In 2011 we expect continuedexpansion. We think some economists and observers are too enthusiastic about economicprospects right now.For the U.S. in 2011, we are looking for real GDP of 2.5% - 2.8%, inflation to remain low, andfor the economy to avoid deflation. Interest rates are expected to start rising, perhapssignificantly in the second half of 2011. The dollar is expected to be volatile, rising somewhatagainst the euro but continuing to weaken against the Canadian and Australian dollars, the rupee,yuan, rand, and other currencies.European sovereign debt issues will continue to plague financial markets, but market reactionswill be less severe than they were regarding Greece in April 2010.
J
ohn
W
illiams
:
 
An intensifying economic downturn ± what formally will be viewed as thesecond dip of a double-dip depression ± already has started to unfold. The problem with the

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