F Dominicus Blog

A politically incorrect blog about matters of money, government, bureaucracy, freedom and sometimes something else.

Investors be aware

If you invest in the EU or Euro zone be prepard to not just econimic hindrance, expect the worst from politicians. Think of taxes on investments and the like and you may not be suprised. If you feel contract have to be obeyed, then forget this as soon as you make contracts with governement agencies. Be prepared for confiscations also. We did it in Germany in 2009, we socialiczed the HRE. If you think we're talking about Peanuts, well we are currently at around 100 000 000 000 Peanuts and counting, according to a few numbers it seems another 15 000 000 000 are due for the "quality papers" of the Greek governement. Rumours were coming up talking about another 280 000 000 000 help for the "spanish" governement. Which have probably driven down the DAX yesterday at around 2%. If you think deledes have learnef from the Failout Plans, well think again. There is not border in sight which may hold back the politicians to drive Europe down into misery. So are you prepared to loose your money or see it getting burned? If yes, invest in Euro land if not, well take your money and run. You will not find a lot of alternatives,but a few may be there. Have a look at Switzerland, Australie, New Zealand, maybe Canada. I'd avoid the following countries like the plague. Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Austria and nearly every country related to good ole Europe but also avoid the US. Those mostly have been burried. Do you want your grave there too? They are a little bit further on their way, the fed takes all the papers issued by the governement and filed it under "asset" and because of this assets they can print money, and more money and more. Money needs trust or value, our current currencies mostly havn't anything of it at all. Trust? Well how can you trust someone who just has collected debts the last 50 years? What value has paper? How difficult could it be to print 1 000 000 000 000 bills? Imagine some german experiences. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutsche_Inflation_1914_bis_1923#Banknoten_und_M.C3.BCnzen_der_Hyperinflation I just pick up the "most impressive" number. 4.200.000.000.000,00 that was the price for one US-Dollar in 1923. The largest bank not has been 100 000 000 000 000. It was printed on a sheet of paper, that' all and that's all there is to probably every currency currently. As I asked. What should prevent the next Hperinflation? Our politician aka deledes?