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Do the Impossible: Find a Stock with Value and Growth

Courtesy of www.mint.com via Google Images.

Courtesy of www.mint.com via Google Images.

Three noteworthy aspects of the current U.S. economy substantiate a possible detriment to the U.S. dollar. First, America’s deficits have nearly tripled since the 1980s and, second, the manufacturing portion of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is down at the moment. Additionally, service industries are achieving little export. Together, these three components could bring about a dangerous dollar dilemma, according to Forbes contributor, Eamonn Fingleton. His article goes on to compare the money markets of the U.S., Europe, and East Asia to analyze what may happen to the dollar. Check out the article HERE to find out Fingleton’s advice on where to invest your dollars to avoid the potential doomsday.