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The US dollar $ continues to surge against the flat-lining euro! What's next? (Predictions)

For the first time in recent history, the United States dollar is at (near) parity with the European Union's floundering euro. For those of us with property and other investment interests abroad, should we spend more dollars now, or wait for a further dump in the euro's price? Predictions below...


Pictured: Today's exchange rate shows $10,000 US dollars is just a few dollars higher than it would be in euros. Should you convert your money into overseas properties and purchases now, or wait?



If you're like me, and have been strongly considering moving overseas to escape the next round of "Woke to Broke" leadership and ongoing degredation of culture in the United States, now's the time to get serious about your property shopping. But, WAIT! Don't pull the trigger too soon, because the euro should plunge further, making property bargains even better!


I watched an expert who was interviewed on the Stansbury Report's Youtube channel yesterday predict that the euro should slump to about .88 to a dollar sometime soon. While he gave no specific timeframe, I felt that this estimation is just about right.


In terms of timeframe, we should see the euro pumped up a little over the next 1-2 months, but I would say that we could be looking at that .88 (maybe a smidge lower) exchange rate by the first quarter of 2023, and in particular FEBRUARY.


And while the euro will go slightly higher than this low throughout the year and then fall back, I think the August timeframe may be the last opportunity to take advantage of this buying discount from that point forward.


So, be sure to take advantage while you can, and position yourself for 2025 which could be a really tough year, economically speaking, if you're living on American soil. Like I've mentioned in previous posts, 2025 is the year for the next big housing crash (although, we're already seeing a slump in some places), and even more civil war.


And, like I've mentioned before, I'm not sure that the calvary, or so to speak, will rush in to save us. I don't see a clear path for another Trump presidency for now, and Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida who has been such a powerhouse for that state, may not run either. My fear is that we will get someone like Michelle Obama who, like Biden, could be a one-term President, and perhaps the worst in history (if it's even possible to be worse than Biden, Carter or either of the Bushes).




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