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Protect Your Savings, Learn from Foreign Central Banks and the Super Rich

In uncertain economic times as these when U.S. banks, government institutions, and the FDIC itself is nearing bankruptcy… don’t be unwise and bet on big brother to take care of you. Let’s not forget the United States of America is the world’s largest debtor nation with $10 trillion and counting amassing billions in interest daily.

Given America’s troubling foreign policy by which it irritates and alienates many of the nations holding its debt and Treasury bills, it won’t be long before the nations of the world and OPEC say no more and opt for other currencies over the dollar.

Be discerning and diligent to guard your hard earned assets and protect your life savings. Learn from the foreign central banks governing monetary policy of nations and the super rich, who diversify their currency reserves and are increasingly adding their holdings of gold, Euros, and Chinese yuan while dumping dollars.


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Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (EESA) Dangers

The U.S. government is desperately struggling to stabilize the economy and keep Central and Foreign Banks confident in order to access hundreds of billions of dollars lest global currency reserve diversification occur. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (EESA) dangers are many.

Global currency reserves typically have been in U.S. dollars to lower transaction costs, but with the Euro now being used in 37% of all international transactions, Central Banks in Asia, Russia, and the Middle East are diversifying their portfolios and moving away from the unstable and vulnerable U.S. dollar seeking more attractive and secure investments to secure their national economies.

Americans should therefore buy gold, Euros, or Chinese yuan to protect their hard earned savings and investments.

The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (EESA) provides up to $700 billion to the Secretary of the Treasury to buy mortgages and other “toxic” assets that are clogging the balance sheets of financial institutions and making it difficult for Wall Street, working families, small businesses, and other companies to access credit.

Accessing credit is imperative to the U.S. economy which owes $10 trillion in debt to overseas Central and Foreign Banks. In order for the near bankrupt U.S. economy which is steadily sinking, foreign oil addicted, and heavily dependent upon global militarization to persuade OPEC to continue to sell oil worldwide in dollars, ongoing hundreds of billions of dollars from afar is desperately needed.

The EESA is a program committed to printing and borrowing more dollars (ironically from foreign nations abroad) to insure troubled assets related to unprecedented amounts of homeowner and real estate foreclosures. These unwanted defaulted loans, often referred to by the U.S. government as “assets” are nothing of the sort.

Hence the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) is a governmental plan to remove illiquid assets (a.k.a. defaulted real estate loans) that are unwanted and weighing down our financial institutions and threatening our economy. These toxic assets will be purchased and most likely not repaid to we the American taxpayers bearing the burden.

Before the U.S. greenback has a heart attack and the dollar dies, Americans should buy gold, Euros, or Chinese yuan to protect their hard earned savings and investments.

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Death of the Dollar – Avalanche of Bankruptcies on Wall Street

My suggestion is invest in gold, Euros, or the Paulson Credit Opportunities Fund (Paulson & Co. Inc.) since he just made $3 to $5 billion on the sub-prime mortgage crisis and is making all the major decisions on the U.S. economy, bringing in investors into his fund from Europe, and has Greenspan working for him.
To do currency exchange or invest online go through my forex account (same price for you, just commission goes to me):
Read about Paulson, who billionaire George Soros and his brother also invest in his fund.  They got front page coverage on the Wall Street Journal.
Greenspan is one of the most astute on global financial markets and he is advising Paullson.
Amazing 60% gains for Paulson’s fund in a single month (February 2007) also come with occasional monthly losses of 3 to 5% (miniscule in proportion) so be in it for the long term and have some intestinal fortitude so as to not unecessarily panic.  I’d rather put my money with the international bankers, merger titans, and guys pulling political strings on the economy than anybody else.
To do currency exchange or invest online go through my forex account (same price for you, just commission goes to me):

Paul F Davis – worldwide speaker, author, and prophet

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Debt Settlement – Be Free to Live Happy, the Year of Jubilee

Incurring massive amounts of debt is never a joyous thing. Nevertheless in business if you don’t take chances, you cannot make advances. That being said, sometimes we have to get out on a limb to bear some fruit.

Unfortunately, as every entrepreneur and business owner can tell you, sometimes it doesn’t work out. The list of wealthy and successful icons who have declared bankruptcy over the course of their life are countless. Donald Trump and Walt Disney are just great men who have experienced bankruptcy at given times in their financial life.

For an individual with less financial backing and business connections, another alternative far better than bankruptcy is debt settlement. Far better than bankruptcy, debt settlement enables you to maintain your good name.

Bankruptcy tarnishes your name for a minimum of 7 years, making it virtually impossible to get credit or loans from banks as you become a high risk individual. Even worse is the fact that many good jobs with the government, school board, and other reputable employers now ask on applications if you have ever before filed bankruptcy. Considering most quality employers will run a background check on you and find out if you have filed bankruptcy, avoiding bankruptcy altogether is the best thing to do.

Many people are discovering the possibilities of debt settlement and seeking this as a viable option to debt elimination. With the help of a certified debt arbitrator you can fully evaluate your options and devise a financial strategy that is best for you.

Contact Paul F. Davis for debt settlment consultation:


Paul F. Davis is a highly sought after worldwide professional speaker, minister, purpose coach, and consultant transforming organizations and empowering individuals to live their dreams.

Paul is the author of several books including Update Your Identity; United States of Arrogance; Poems that Propel the Planet; Update Your Identity; Breakthrough for a Broken Heart; Adultery: 101 Reasons Not to Cheat; Are You Ready for True Love; Stop Lusting & Start Living; Waves of God; Supernatural Fire; God vs. Religion; and many more!

Paul’s compassion for people & passion to travel has taken him to over 50 countries of the world where he has had a tremendous impact. Paul’s organization Dream-Maker Inc. builds dreams, transcends limitations, and reconciles nations.

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