Hyperinflation Economic Update Video Pt.2

by Wes Bridel on February 23, 2011

in Economic Updates

Hyperinflation to the US Dollar is a serious threat in the coming months and years.  This economic outlook video looks into factors which could affect your life.  This series of videos began here.  In this hyperinflation update video, we look at the continuing fall of the US Dollar, the increasing US deficit, and the fact that the US government is now well into its second month operating without a budget!

ISM’s Priced Paid Index is forecasting much higher consumer prices in the near future, so while you’ve mostly only seen the cost of food and gasoline increase so far, you’re about to feel a harder bite to your wallet.  Inside, the video also examines the incredible acceleration of the Fed passing China as the number one US debt holder and as well as other trends and facts that you need to know so that you can prepare yourself.
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The media tells us that the economic outlook is much improved and the stock market certainly seems to be doing great….so everything must be ok, right?  This economic outlook looks deeper into what’s really going on, how that could lead to hyperinflation, and more importantly gives you some insight into how this will affect you.

We hope you enjoy this video.  If you have not seen The Coming Storm video, you should do so immediately to have a fuller understanding of what lies ahead.  You can do so for free by going here.  Please let us know what you think of this presentation or if you have any questions, leave them in the comment section below.

Some previous economic update videos we did can be found at 1) Hyperinflation in the US?, 2) Hyperinflation signs worldwide,  3) Stock Market & Economy Update, 4) Gold & Silver, and at 5) Government Horrors.  If you are receiving this post as an email or in a reader, you might have to click the post title to take you to the internet to watch the video.  thanks for watching!

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