[Show all top banners]

Replies to this thread:

More by newton123
What people are reading
:: Subscribe
Back to: Kurakani General Refresh page to view new replies
 australian $$$ stronger
SAVE! for ease of future access.
Posted on 04-08-11 2:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

the australian $$$$ is stranger than the US $$$$........ what is worng with the US economy

Posted on 04-08-11 3:06 PM     [Snapshot: 62]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

 and you saw it today ???? AUD has been stronger than USD from last 6 months...
Posted on 04-08-11 3:25 PM     [Snapshot: 67]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

i was watching as it was gaining on the US $ but just now found out that it overtook it

Posted on 04-08-11 3:37 PM     [Snapshot: 100]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

So has canadian $$

Too much capitalism is what is happening to US economy. This is what happens when capitalism does not work as described in book.

dumba$$ are fighting in the senate on whether or not to spend little money on single mothers or students while not questioning once whether they can cut anything on Millitary.
Posted on 04-08-11 5:17 PM     [Snapshot: 208]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

Nas bro,

I am saying the same thing. Capitalism has already failed some 25 years ago. Now what we have is a phoney capitalism. The only way this capitalism can survive is by spendiing and spending as much as its needed.

If they stop spending, this country will come to halt. Spending is the only way it can keep on going. Its a death vs slow death. If there was a true capitalism in US, the government bail outs should not have occured. If the bailouts had not occured god knows when and in what manner the world would have gone down and then revived.

Yes, they can cut on Millitary but once they cut it they will not remain as the bully of the world and the world would not listen to them. What is holding other countries from not to trade Oil in Dollars?? Its the American dominance that is holding that together, once that dominance is gone, forget about passing unfair international laws.

I guess this is how the profit taking model comes to failure. As the profit takers grow larger and bigger, they become so powerful that the rule of "free market" no longer governs them. They become bigger than the free market, the government, and the "invisible hand" becomes thier "right hand".
Last edited: 09-Apr-11 10:54 AM

Posted on 04-08-11 5:22 PM     [Snapshot: 211]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

A NAS, but you are aware that oil is still traded on USD ? And some countries in the EU are talking about thrashing the euro. Forget about currencies being backed by gold and silver and forget about USD being
Posted on 04-08-11 5:31 PM     [Snapshot: 220]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

Backed by gold, those days are long gone. As far as I see its still capitalism, all the things produced are done for profit and they are cutting jobs and buying less and investingless just for the purpose of making profit which in turn is making people lose their jobs left and right.
Lets put it this way, the USA stopped producing and the whole world is suffering. Its like there is no market.
The us can print as much dollars as it wants, and military spending has little impact on the us economy.
You always amaze me with your post s nas, please enlighten us more with your wisdom. And instead of citing what was on the news for the past two years, please explain us and use some easy words.( everytime I read your posts the words are hard, very hard; but don't tell me my English is poor)
Posted on 04-08-11 6:35 PM     [Snapshot: 278]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

The Reason Aus$$ is rising , its not just because of USA, & seems like it is going to go higher up,It will have a serious impact on Export as aus$$ rise:

  • Unemployment rate in Australia fell to 4.9 percent in March -beating forecasts for 5.0 percent,
  • Investors borrowing low-interest Japanese yen and sell them for higher-yielding assets such as the Australian dollar.
  • Another reason behind the aussie's rise is the fact that the Australian economy have moving quite well in comparision to other countries
  • Turmoil in arab nations such as Libya and uncertainty about the future of nuclear power in Japan has boosted the prospects for Australia's substantial natural-gas reserves
  • Recent  jobs data supported the Australian central bank's view that the nation's economy will accelerate this year as well.

Posted on 04-08-11 6:44 PM     [Snapshot: 294]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

Fed is printing money and what we are seeing right now on foreign exchange Is a sign of an inflation. That is all.
Posted on 04-09-11 11:02 AM     [Snapshot: 468]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

The other thought is, how else would USA pay the 14 Trillion debt. Would they ever be able to pay that? How long will it keep on paying interest on that debt? Here are my few specs,

World War III - Destroy all the debt holders and restart a new game on the sand board.

Lower the US Dollar value to a level where India, China and Japan will sell their Dollar holding at a 50% - 80% loss back to US. Imagine if the dollar plummets 50% - 80% from where India, China, Japan and the rest of the world has bought dollar at  and then US buys it back at less than half price.

Create a new resource or technology and sell the product to the rest of the world to pay the debt. Revolution in green energy or Technology.

Keep on playing the same game that is going on. The game of  "Lagyo" .  Similar to tol ko dada  who says " Lagyo" to his neighbourhood "Bhatti Pasal" but never ever pays back.
Last edited: 09-Apr-11 11:26 AM

Posted on 04-09-11 11:16 AM     [Snapshot: 490]     Reply [Subscribe]
Login in to Rate this Post:     0       ?    

 I might be wrong but Australia is in a housing bubble that is just about to burst, much like in the US back in 2008.

Please Log in! to be able to reply! If you don't have a login, please register here.



Within last 200 days
Recommended Popular Threads Controvertial Threads
What stocks to buy -- Any recommendation
हेरेको तिमीलाइ आँखाले हैन।
जोडि त भाग्यले जुराउँछ - हिरोइन स्वेताले यसरि दोश्रो पटक बिहे गर्न लागिन
🙏 दलाल स्ट्रिट 🙏
ॐ श्री स्वस्थानी ब्रत कथा
Conservative discussions
उस्तै उस्तै हामी
Love Letters From The Past--SITARA
Ushering in new era of communism ...
Fox News: Wear the Damn Mask, it is not political issue but a public health issue.
स्कूलमा पढेका कथा - भुतको शिकार, शिशिर बसन्तको कथा देखि टाउकोको मोल सम्म
मरिसकेको माओबादि र एमालेलाइ ब्युँताइदियो सर्बोच्चले
सुष्मा ले 'कामी' भनेपछि यस्तो बबाल भएछ
सबै अवलोकन बिन्दु संगै
Visit Reeyas Kitchen for Nepali Food Recipes
Nepali Story - Sunkeshari Maiya ko Katha
लगातार २ छोरि हुदाको पिडा
सन्तान थरीथरीका
Nas and The Bokas: Coming to a Night Club near you
विद्या तेरो सिन्दूर खोइ, केपी ओली तेरो पोइ ..
NOTE: The opinions here represent the opinions of the individual posters, and not of Sajha.com. It is not possible for sajha.com to monitor all the postings, since sajha.com merely seeks to provide a cyber location for discussing ideas and concerns related to Nepal and the Nepalis. Please send an email to admin@sajha.com using a valid email address if you want any posting to be considered for deletion. Your request will be handled on a one to one basis. Sajha.com is a service please don't abuse it. - Thanks.

Sajha.com Privacy Policy

Like us in Facebook!

↑ Back to Top
free counters