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2010 U.S. Dollar Chart – Currency in Bacon

Visual Aid of  U.S. Purchasing Power in 2009 – 2010

This easy to understand image illustrates how the U.S. dollar’s purchasing power changed in 2009-2010 courtesy of Business Week and Ceerrrrohedge. Looky looky.

Seriously, do  you own sound money yet?

This chic visual, prices 2010 things in terms of X in Y. Overall, the stock market in gold is down for the year. However real money itself  (g&s), despite of the short-term memory of the cheerleaders, represented one of the best performing asset classes of 2010. Those who avoided stocks and invested in gold are ahead of those who did not. This witty one year purchasing power comparison  might be met with a snicker for those wise enough to have spotted the trend in advance. It’s still not to late. Even you bulldog!

Holy Bacon Francis!

~MV


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V has been observing markets with a suspicious eye for decades. Years ago he said so-long to finance in pursuit of something far beyond capital gains.