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    The "Vergulde Draeck" Omen


    There is a 4 currency "Quadruple Witching Condition" or "Omen" that will announce the decline and collapse of the US Dollar. The US Dollar [USD] is no longer sustainable as the US society and economy are undergoing a compete and total systemic collapse.

    When these Foreign Exchange (FOREX) parity conditions are triggered, expect a more substantial and substantive exodus out of the US currency into physical assets and physical investments. Typically physical possession of precious metals and physical commodities are considered the key to survival during adverse economic conditions. This exodus out of the US currency will be far beyond the 2000 to 2010 global finance system conditions.

    The endstage decline of the US as a meaningful world economic, military and cultural power will begin with a substantial and substantive currency collapse. Total failure and collapse has thousands of parents. And as things stand now, the USD cannot lose for being totally defeated. After these events have run their course : it will be highly improbable that there will be an exterminated tiger rebound of the USD's value until several solar cycles have passed.

    Many people view the ongoing collapse of the US currency as having started as far back as the late 1960s to early 1970s. A substantial number of observers of the US economy view the conditions for the collapse of the US dollar as having originated in structural changes made in the 1910s to 1930s. In any case, when the CONDITION is reached -- the world economic system will have to find a new way of running itself. We live in interesting times, but for Australia, Canada and NZ this will not be fun.

    THE CONDITION

    [Binary] If and only if
    {

    AUD => USD;
    &
    CAD => USD;
    &
    NZD => USD;
    &
    CHF => USD;

    } returns True for Duration

    Then expect the US Dollar to decline in value by up to nearly 80% (or its equivalent Standard Deviation) in SDR units in the near or immediate future, depending on the durations of the parity events.

    The "Gilt Dragon" Omen (FULL TEXT)
    Last edited by billstew; 08-05-11 at 09:13 AM. Reason: cleanup

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