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China to Diversify Foreign Currency Reserves, Dump Dollars, and Invest its $1 Trillion Elsewhere

China will soon begin to diversify its foreign currency reserves and dump dollars by the billions. As China invests its $1 trillion from trade surpluses elsewhere, other central and foreign banks will dump dollars. We holding dollars will lose much. 

China’s spectacular trade surplus and mighty strength as the lender of last resort to many nations including America, which owes $10 trillion in debt, are raising eyebrows as many investors are dumping dollars and buying China’s Yuan, a highly undervalued currency.

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[b]China’s plan to diversify foreign currency reserves is an unprecedented move away from the U.S. dollar.[/b]

The Chinese government announced the formation of a new agency to oversee investment of China’s $1 trillion in foreign currency reserves, representing a potent new force in international finance.

Finance Minister Jin Renqing offered no specifics about how much of the currency reserves would be made available to the investment agency. But analysts say the agency is expected to control one of the world’s biggest investment funds, and one that could singlehandedly alter the value of national currencies on a global scale. As China seeks more attractive investment earnings with its vast financial holdings and moves away from the devaluing dollar, expect the U.S. economy to take a nosedive. When it does (and already beforehand for savvy investors with sufficient foresight), watch for a run on the U.S. banks and widespread dumping of the dollar in favor of the Euro, Yuan, gold, and other safe havens.

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The Chinese government says one model for the agency was Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government’s successful investment agency, which manages an $84 billion global portfolio of investments.

China already has the world’s largest foreign exchange holdings, which is growing rapidly because of the country’s huge trade surpluses. According to the International Herald Tribune most of the reserves China now accumulates are conservatively invested in U.S. Treasury bonds and other government securities, which earn little return for China yet help to keep interest rates in the United States and other countries low.

The investment agency allows China to quickly diversify its foreign exchange holdings away from the dollar. Given the fact China and many Asian tigers loaning billions of dollars to the U.S. are disenchanted with America’s imperialistic foreign policy in Iraq, when disgust reaches its peak the dumping of dollars and non-renewing of loans to the U.S. could bankrupt the American economy.

China is ready to aggressively invest its huge trade surpluses as it seeks higher returns away from the dismal dollar. The impact of China’s emergence as a major global investor will be huge and a devastating blow to the U.S. economy as they progressively shift away from dollars in favor of more appreciating assets and higher yielding investments.

Rumor has it that China will soon begin dumping dollars by the billions. Before that happens, the American people would be wise to put their investments and protect their life savings in gold and other currencies such as the Euro and Chinese Yuan (which is greatly undervalued).

The biggest priority in these turbulent and troubling economic times is security, which the dollar no longer provides.

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The Chinese government announced the formation of a new agency to oversee investment of China’s $1 trillion in foreign currency reserves, representing a potent new force in international finance. China’s spectacular trade surplus and mighty strength as the lender of last resort to many nations including America, which owes $10 trillion in debt, are raising eyebrows as many investors are dumping dollars and buying China’s Yuan, a highly undervalued currency.

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Finance Minister Jin Renqing offered no specifics about how much of the currency reserves would be made available to the investment agency. But analysts say the agency is expected to control one of the world’s biggest investment funds, and one that could singlehandedly alter the value of national currencies on a global scale. As China seeks more attractive investment earnings with its vast financial holdings and moves away from the devaluing dollar, expect the U.S. economy to take a nosedive. When it does (and already beforehand for savvy investors with sufficient foresight), watch for a run on the U.S. banks and widespread dumping of the dollar in favor of the Euro, Yuan, gold, and other safe havens.

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The Chinese government says one model for the agency was Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government’s successful investment agency, which manages an $84 billion global portfolio of investments.

China already has the world’s largest foreign exchange holdings, which is growing rapidly because of the country’s huge trade surpluses. According to the International Herald Tribune most of the reserves China now accumulates are conservatively invested in U.S. Treasury bonds and other government securities, which earn little return for China yet help to keep interest rates in the United States and other countries low.

The investment agency allows China to quickly diversify its foreign exchange holdings away from the dollar. Given the fact China and many Asian tigers loaning billions of dollars to the U.S. are disenchanted with America’s imperialistic foreign policy in Iraq, when disgust reaches its peak the dumping of dollars and non-renewing of loans to the U.S. could bankrupt the American economy.

China is ready to aggressively invest its huge trade surpluses as it seeks higher returns away from the dismal dollar. The impact of China’s emergence as a major global investor will be huge and a devastating blow to the U.S. economy as they progressively shift away from dollars in favor of more appreciating assets and higher yielding investments.

Rumor has it that China will soon begin dumping dollars by the billions. Before that happens, the American people would be wise to put their investments and protect their life savings in gold and other currencies such as the Euro and Chinese Yuan (which is greatly undervalued).

The biggest priority in these turbulent and troubling economic times is security, which the dollar no longer provides.

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FBI Mortgage Fraud Task Force – Implications for Real Estate Property Appraisers in Florida

The FBI provided insight into the breadth and depth of mortgage fraud crimes perpetrated against the United States and its citizens, Florida being first and foremost on the list. Current mortgage fraud projections, issues, and hot spots in the troubled U.S. economy have enormous implications to the banking industry and real estate property appraisers in particular.

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A combined effort between banks and real estate property appraisers is needed to adequately identify, prevent, report, and thwart mortgage fraud activity. The FBI’s Financial Crimes Criminal Investigative Division (CID) and Financial Crimes Intelligence Unit are aggressively and cooperatively reporting the latest developments and pertinent data to empower the nationwide mortgage fraud task force.

As mortgage fraud crimes escalate, the burden on federal law enforcement increases. With the anticipated upsurge in mortgage fraud cases, the FBI employed additional strategies to proactively address the crime problem. The FBI works with the Department of Justice (DOJ)-Mortgage Fraud Working Group on a number of mortgage fraud related issues, including the creation and finalization of standard loss valuation criteria associated with mortgage fraud violations, and assisting the banking industry with the construction of a centralized repository of mortgage-related documentation.

The valuation criteria and mortgage related documentation is where real estate property appraisers and their appraisals provided lenders are going to increasingly be monitored and regulated in the near future.

Currently the FBI has mortgage fraud working groups or task forces in 32 field divisions across the country. The FBI divisions stationed in Florida are based out of Miami and Tampa. Moreoever the FBI continues to encourage the use of undercover operations as an effective technique to address mortgage fraud.

The recent stock market crashes across global markets have strongly affirmed, mortgage fraud if not dealt with has the potential to cripple the American economy and all foreign economies closely connected to it. Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) from financial institutions indicate an increase in mortgage fraud. SARs increased 31-percent to 46,717 during Fiscal Year (FY) 2007. The total dollar loss attributed to mortgage fraud is unknown. However, 7 percent of SARs filed during FY 2007 indicated a specific dollar loss, which totaled more than $813 million.

Subprime mortgage issues remain a key factor in influencing mortgage fraud directly and indirectly. The subprime share of outstanding loans has more than a doubled since 2003 putting a greater share of loans at higher risk of failure. Additionally, during 2007 there were more than 2.2 million foreclosure filings reported on approximately 1.29 million properties nationally, up 75 percent from 2006. The declining housing market affects many in the mortgage industry who are paid by commission. The FBI says during declining markets, mortgage fraud perpetrators may take advantage of industry personnel attempting to generate loans to maintain current standards of living.

Many of the key industry personnel often involved are real estate property appraisers valuing the homes and properties prior to bankers signing off on loans.

Data from law enforcement and industry sources identify the states most affected by mortgage fraud during 2007 and indicated that the top 10 mortgage fraud states for 2007 were Florida, Georgia, Michigan, California, Illinois, Ohio, Texas, New York, Colorado, and Minnesota.

The downward trend in the housing market provides an ideal climate for mortgage fraud perpetrators to employ a myriad of schemes suitable to a down market. Several of these schemes have emerged with the potential to spread as the recent rise in foreclosures, depressed housing prices, and decreased demand place pressure on lenders, builders, and home sellers. Emerging and re-emerging schemes for 2007 included builder-bailouts, seller assistance, short sales, foreclosure rescue, and identity thefts exploiting home equity lines of credit.

Fraudulent practices have become dreadfully systemic within the mortgage industry, as unrestrained mortgage fraud has bankrupted some of the best and longtime solid financial institutions. If the FBI fails to quickly regulate, enforce, and imprison fraudulent professionals within the banking and real estate industry, expect to see the dollar tank along with the U.S. economy. After which consumers will only be able to buy gold, Euros, or China’s Yuan to protect their life savings and investments.

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Real estate property appraisers therefore may be the last line of defense to maintain accountability and accuracy before straw buyers succeed in excessively borrowing beyond the market value of a property’s worth and thereby jeopardize the security of loans throughout the banking industry.

Real estate property appraisers must like never before show due diligence when representing their fiduciaries the banks and report to legal authorities any manipulative and coercive attempts by lenders and borrowers to adjust property valuations they sign off on in their appraisal reports.

[b]Mid-State Appraisals founder Paul Davis is a trusted and reputable property appraiser frequently called upon by Central Florida’s banks, homeowners, and real estate investors to assess property values. A builder for over 20 years and also a real estate broker, Paul Davis brings a wealth of knowledge to the table as an appraiser.[/b]

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Foreign Currency Exchange Swap Lines – What Central Banks are Whispering?

In response to continued strains in short-term funding markets, Central Banks across the world have coordinated actions to significantly expand the capacity to provide U.S. dollar liquidity. Central banks publicly commit to continue to work together closely and say they are prepared to take appropriate steps as needed to address funding pressures.

This should serve to drive up the value of the dollar on the short-term (for a month or so) until fear and panic eventually take hold and Central Banks one by one begin dumping dollars.

That being said, there are some short-term possible gains for those who invest in the dollar and substantial long-term gains for those who sell dollars while they are high and opt to invest and protect their savings in strong currencies such as the Euro and Chinese yuan. Of course a safe haven for consumers and investors with less intestinal fortitude would be gold.

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The U.S. Federal Reserve announced several initiatives to support financial stability and to maintain a stable flow of credit to the economy during this period of significant strain in global markets.

The Fed commits to continue to adapt these liquidity facilities as necessary and will keep them in place as long as circumstances require.

Actions by the Federal Reserve include:  (1) an increase in the size of the 84-day maturity Term Auction Facility (TAF) auctions to $75 billion per auction from $25 billion beginning with the October 6 auction, (2) two forward TAF auctions totaling $150 billion that will be conducted in November to provide term funding over year-end, and (3) an increase in swap authorization limits with the Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, Danmarks Nationalbank (National Bank of Denmark), European Central Bank (ECB), Norges Bank (Bank of Norway), Reserve Bank of Australia, Sveriges Riksbank (Bank of Sweden), and Swiss National Bank to a total of $620 billion, from $290 billion previously.

These steps are being undertaken in an attempt to mitigate pressures evident in the term funding markets both in the United States and abroad.  The Federal Reserve’s actions are desiring to reassure financial market participants that financing will be available against good collateral, which they hope will lessen concerns about funding and rollover risk.

84-Day Maturity TAF Auctions
The increase to $75 billion per auction will triple the supply of 84-day maturity credit to $225 billion from $75 billion.  TAF credit at the 28-day maturity will remain at $75 billion.  The total amount of TAF credit available in the 28-day and 84-day auction cycles will double to $300 billion from $150 billion.

Foreign Exchange Swap Lines
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) has authorized a $330 billion expansion of its temporary reciprocal currency arrangements (swap lines).  This increased capacity will be available to provide funding for U.S. dollar liquidity operations by the other central banks.  The FOMC has authorized increases in all of the temporary swap facilities with other central banks.  These larger facilities will now support the provision of U.S. dollar liquidity in amounts of up to $30 billion by the Bank of Canada, $80 billion by the Bank of England, $120 billion by the Bank of Japan, $15 billion by Danmarks Nationalbank, $240 billion by the ECB, $15 billion by the Norges Bank, $30 billion by the Reserve Bank of Australia, $30 billion by the Sveriges Riksbank, and $60 billion by the Swiss National Bank.  As a result of these actions, the total size of outstanding swap lines is $620 billion.

All of the temporary reciprocal swap facilities have been authorized through April 30, 2009.

Dollar funding rates abroad have been elevated relative to dollar funding rates available in the United States, reflecting a structural dollar funding shortfall outside of the United States.  The increase in the amount of foreign exchange swap authorization limits will enable many central banks to increase the amount of dollar funding that they can provide in their home markets.  This should help to improve the distribution of dollar liquidity around the globe. Whether the value of the dollar holds on the long term against inflation and deflation however is highly unlikely.

That being said, there are some short-term possible gains for those who invest in the dollar and substantial long-term gains for those who sell dollars while they are high and opt to invest and protect their savings in strong currencies such as the Euro and Chinese yuan. A more cautious and safe route for consumers and investors is also found in the safe haven of gold.

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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.

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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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FDIC Over Extension and Bankruptcy – 100 Banks Expected to Fail

Will the FDIC will insure your bank savings account?

Suppose the FDIC like Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae goes bankrupt? The FDIC has $48 billion in assets, but insures $3 trillion in deposits. The FDIC projects 100 bank failures costing $800 billion.

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Don’t be deceived by the lying media owned by multi-national corporations. Wall Street insiders will paint a rosy picture while they tycoons walk away with the loot. Awake and take immediate action before your savings disappears overnight.
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Your bank accounts are insured unless there is a banking crisis. Then you must be prepared for the worst.

The greatest threat is a gridlock in the payments system – like many consumers face paying their own monthly debts. When bank A cannot pay bank B at the end of the day because bank C has not paid bank A…defaults within the banking industry, leading to corporate bankruptcies occur.

How long would your local ATM have money inside under this scenario? Not long I suspect as is the case with Washington Mutual when consumers made a run on the bank recently as it neared bankruptcy before being bought by J.P. Morgan at the last minute.

Such a national catastrophe came close in the summer of 1998, when the hedge fund, Long Term Capital Management, almost went bankrupt. The New York Federal Reserve Bank intervened.

Times of intense uncertainty should not take you unawares. Be prepared and protect your savings and investments by putting them in Euros or gold lest they vanish overnight.
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– Paul worked at Ground Zero in New York City the first week of 9/11, two stops from Brooklyn Heights where Paul used to live. Paul drove a rental car up to NYC from Orlando, FL as all airports were shut down for national security reasons.

– Paul helped a Muslim young man rebuild his home at the tsunami epicenter in Indonesia and spoke to tribal groups in Wamena who are “naked and not ashamed.”

– Paul comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda and Burundi where 1.2 million people were slaughtered.

– Paul spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war for independence before the UN recognized the new nation.

– Paul addressed University students and monks in Myanmar working together to achieve democracy.

– Paul spoke throughout war-torn East Africa journeying deep into the “bush” where villagers have never seen a white man.

– Paul lived in and lectured throughout India and China the two largest populaces on earth.

– Paul journeyed to Pakistan twice since 9/11 to speak to large audiences about peace, non-violence, and reconciliation.

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Worldwide Financial Meltdown – Dying Dollar, Rising Oil Prices, and the Euro …What Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know?

Oil prices per barrel rise between $15 to $20 in response to U.S. financial policy and maneuverings anticipating a devaluation of the dollar.  OPEC sees the dollar as near toilet paper in the upcoming future. Meanwhile the Euro gains 4% on the dollar in a single day on September 22, 2008 …the most since the inception of the Euro in 1999.

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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. The other Paulson is making all the major decisions on the U.S. economy, while the Paulson Fund is bringing in investors from Europe, and has Greenspan working for it.
 
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Paulson has the likes of billionaire George Soros courting him and Peter Soros his brother also invest in his fund.   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. 
 
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Before the Dollar Dies – Protect Your Savings, Deflation Nightmare

Put your money in Euros or gold.

The death of the dollar is imminent. Before the greenback has its final heart attack, get ahead of the next catastrophe on Wall Street.

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