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bringiton

New member
At this this time when inflation already going wild, and there's a feeling in the air There's a lot more where that came from more, after all , 40-50% of all circulating u.s dollars been printed in past 2 years or so.

Does it make sense to convert unused funds to a more stable currency like CHF to decrease the additional pain that may come!
 

JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
At this this time when inflation already going wild, and there's a feeling in the air There's a lot more where that came from more, after all , 40-50% of all circulating u.s dollars been printed in past 2 years or so.

Does it make sense to convert unused funds to a more stable currency like CHF to decrease the additional pain that may come!
It’s always a good idea not to put all the eggs in the same basket.
It’s also advisable not to have too much cash. Better to have some other types of liquid assets and assets that can be used as collateral for cash when needed.
If you keep cash as an investment, you are just speculating. The Fx market is tough.
 

JackAlabama

Entrepreneur
At this this time when inflation already going wild, and there's a feeling in the air There's a lot more where that came from more, after all , 40-50% of all circulating u.s dollars been printed in past 2 years or so.

Does it make sense to convert unused funds to a more stable currency like CHF to decrease the additional pain that may come!
No, unlike you live in Switzerland and need to use Chf.
Otherwise have a look at the balance sheet and the profits of the SNB in H1/22 which is as red as a communist parade.
Better keep fiat in usd as they are still the strongest power and will for sure "convince" friendly european nations in case of unexpected usd weakness to step in.
If you have all in euro, the time to get rid of it has been a year ago.
 

JackAlabama

Entrepreneur
Remember that all what China has to do to destroy the USA is a click on the sell button of US bonds.
They can't as there would be a Russian-style ban of this.

At this this time when inflation already going wild, and there's a feeling in the air There's a lot more where that came from more, after all , 40-50% of all circulating u.s dollars been printed in past 2 years or so.

Does it make sense to convert unused funds to a more stable currency like CHF to decrease the additional pain that may come!
You are best off converting your unused funds to Bitcoin and pursue a good self custody strategy with multi-sig / shamirs secret.
 

backpacker

Entrepreneur
At this this time when inflation already going wild, and there's a feeling in the air There's a lot more where that came from more, after all , 40-50% of all circulating u.s dollars been printed in past 2 years or so.

Does it make sense to convert unused funds to a more stable currency like CHF to decrease the additional pain that may come!
Do not convert in CHF. The perceived stability of CHF lives from a myth and is about to die. Switzerland and SNB are moving closer to the bankrupt EU every day. By exchanging into CHF you will just get a slightly "enhanced" EUR.

Keep your money in USD, cash in on the higher interest rates.
For a smaller part of your wealth (perhaps 25%) look out for some investments in the real economy (stable dividend paying globally operating companies who produce goods everyone needs), cash in the dividends and you are fine. Do not listen to short term recession talk.
 

JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
Buy cocoa and make your own chocolate, it’s safer than playing with Chf. You could also wash it down with good white gold from your own cow to pasture in your own green field. That’s a good investment.
 

JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
But only cocoa from child labor is worthwhile in terms of returns
You probably are thinking of some parts of Africa, but there is very good cocoa ethically grown and harvested in other parts of the world, especially in the Caribbean. Margins are good enough not to require child labor.
 

369

Entrepreneur
wasn't the question about converting to fiat currency ?

CHF /EUR / USD are doomed.Losing lot of value

AUD/CAD will raise massivly against CHF/EUR/USD

However this doesn't mean that 1 AUD today will have the same value in GOODS when i raises massivly against other currencies
 

JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
wasn't the question about converting to fiat currency ?

CHF /EUR / USD are doomed.Losing lot of value

AUD/CAD will raise massivly against CHF/EUR/USD

However this doesn't mean that 1 AUD today will have the same value in GOODS when i raises massivly against other currencies
There is no absolute value in Fx, you always think in pairs terms.
Let’s see what will happen with the return of carry trading…
 

JackAlabama

Entrepreneur
wasn't the question about converting to fiat currency ?

CHF /EUR / USD are doomed.Losing lot of value

AUD/CAD will raise massivly against CHF/EUR/USD

However this doesn't mean that 1 AUD today will have the same value in GOODS when i raises massivly against other currencies
That is an interesting prediction. How do you come to this conclusion?
 

369

Entrepreneur
Its not a free market and there are some technical conditions to be met for the transformation so they can implement their final digital money which will be linked to an asset.
They are preparing it already since 2006.

It has something to do with the transformation from fiat to SDR's
 

Cocopops

New member
wasn't the question about converting to fiat currency ?

CHF /EUR / USD are doomed.Losing lot of value

AUD/CAD will raise massivly against CHF/EUR/USD

However this doesn't mean that 1 AUD today will have the same value in GOODS when i raises massivly against other currencies
USD/CAD is ranging since a long time, also we can say that USA and canada are playing together for import export so I would more say this two currencies are bounded and will up and down together.
 
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