This would appear to be out of the proverbial Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. But as mind-boggling as it may seem, word has it that in the not so far future, World Paper Money could very likely be replaced by electronic-digital currency.
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Stock markets reacted positively on the afternoon of Sept. 18, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average gaining 134 points (0.9) to 15,659, a record high. The S&P 500 index rose 18 points (1.1%) to 1723, also a record high. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 28 points (0.8%) to 3774, its highest level since 2000. Stocks had a modest correction on Sept. 19, while gold had its largest one-day gain (4.7%) since September 2008, rising $61.70 to $1,369.30. Bitcoin Millionaire Pro Erfahrungen did not appear to be significantly affected by the statement, with its value continuing its usual level of volatility.
We went into debt though less for projects and more towards entitlements. Our wars were less against countries and more towards combating terrorism though the costs were no less significant. We have certainly had our share of state takeover of private debts. The bailouts of 2008-2009 moved private debt towards the public. More surreptitiously, the unofficial financial arm of the government (the Fed), has undertaken a massive acquisition of public and private debt since 2008 to the tune of trillions. Much of the private debt is in the form of home mortgages. This Fed action does not allow rational pricing in the marketplace and tends to distort markets.
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Two, is current events. Since the current financial crisis began several years ago, U.S. Government debt has exploded into what is now uncharted waters. Much of this seems to have simply been to save powerful banking interests. And while attribution to this quote seems difficult, it appears correct that a democracy can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess from the public treasury.
At this very moment, all over the globe, approximately 85% of non cash funds are being converted to digital money…the days of World Paper Money are numbered and…there is nothing that you or I can do about it. It is the wheels of progress at work. Take it or…