Inflation & Interest Rate Series / Dollar and Gold

ICEUS:DX1!   U.S. Dollar Index Futures
I have started this inflation and interest rate series, in our last video, we discussed "Inverted Yield". Today will be discussing the relationship between:
. Inflation
. Interest rate
. Dollar and
. Gold

Today's Content:
• Why with higher interest rates, it strengthens the USD
• Is USD the strongest currency? If not, then who?
• Strategy to counter inflation
• Interest rate higher, but a lower USD?

Dollar Index:
. Measure the value of the dollar against a basket of six foreign currencies.
. These are: the Euro, Swiss franc, Japanese yen, Canadian dollar, British pound, and Swedish krona.
. With the increase of money supply over the decades, it causes currencies dilution. When currencies weaken, inflation follows.

0.1 = US$10
1.0 = US$100
10 points = US$1,000

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Stay tuned for our next episode in this series, we will discuss more on the insight of inflation and rising interest rates. More importantly, how to use this knowledge, turning it to our advantage in these challenging times for all of us.


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