Free Credit Report is not free, not in the least bit. They lure you in with those words and state that you will be able to get your credit reports free. You are legally allowed access to a copy of your … more
Since my last quick tip on Nov 10, almost 6 months ago, the US$ has & is still heading further south. I'm expecting to go another 10% at the least before it stabilizes. The worst scenario? Quite … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Inflation.
April 27, 2011
Hong Kong was a special entity for a 100 year. Until July 1, 1997, it was leased to the British. The Chinese lost it during the Opium Wars. If we were to discuss that, it'd be a very long review. … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about U.S. Treasury.
November 12, 2010
As with US$, one of the worse performers. So why do I rate is more favorably than the US$? Because of its potential and future. Right now, there is an opportunity in this currency which you might or might … more
Despite that it's not a floating currency (yet), it is one of the best performing currencies in the world. Having said that, watch for the ascent of RMB when it is eventually being floated in the … more
+4 is probably the highest ranking I'm going to give to any foreign currencies. Japanese Yen (JPY) is at the forefront of these ratings. It is not because I made a lot of money from investing or speculating … more
One of the best performing foreign currencies in the world of floating currencies. AUD is now on par with the US$ and is extremely popular with traders. Not only does it have a high interest rate, the … more
I've a lot more confident in the Yen than many any other Asian currencies. For 20 years that I've been traveling to this country, the Yen do fluctuates, but within a reasonable band. A country with a … more
The sight is ugly. It has been dropping and dropping slowly over the years and speeding up the last few months while Gold has been doing the reverse. This is not an expert opinion since I'm not working … more
Unfortunately and sad for me to say this but the USD is going down the drain... It is diminishing every day in $ terms and if one keeps this as part of his/her savings, it is certainly buying less and … more
Episode 2 of another nightmare some 2 years ago. 600 billions to the financial market? Whatever for? Been reported all over Asia as America's means of exporting inflation which is counterproductive. … more
I wrote about the huge sovereign debt the United States is blessed with. These are people who are supposed to be economists and the experts who know the root of the problem and how to deal with it. Well, … more