Urgent Multi Currency Diversification


We looked at the urgent need for multi currency diversification in last weekend’s International Investing & Business Seminar.

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One delegate wrote: Dear Gary and Merri,  Thank you for the wonderful seminar on International Investing & Business!  Every part of the weekend stimulated my thinking and understanding, and I came home inspired and ready to work.

At the seminar we looked at seven reasons why the US dollar is in a precarious position similar to five years after the 1980s recession when it suffered a tremendous fall as shown in this chart from Grandfather.com.

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Chart from Grandfather.com Economic Reports.

At the seminar we looked at how to structure savings in a safer way with a Three Point Wealth Protection Posture. Here are charts we viewed at the seminar.

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Finally we reviewed three ways to gain this multi currency diversification… the first being three ETFs that make it easy for any sized investor to hold a multi currency portfolio.

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The first is the Vanguard Total Bond ETF for investors who want to hold non US bonds in multi currencies.

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The second is the Vanguard Total International ETF which allows small investors to spread their savings into other currencies via 6000 non US equities around the world.

The third is a managed multi currency account managed by ENR Asset Management in Canada and held by Jyske Bank in Denmark.  This portfolio invests in five currencies with strong fundamentals and gold.

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You can get details about these five currencies and this portfolio from Thomas Fischer at Thomas@enrasset.com

Non US investors contact Jyske’s Henrik Boellingtoft at Henrik.boellingtoft@jbpb.dk

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You can learn how to develop a multi currency portfolio with our Borrow-Low Deposit High Multi Currency Report or join us at our next  International Investing & Business Seminar.


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