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The US Dollar Is Here to Stay, Says Werner Antweiler


Professor Werner Antweiler speculates on the looming energy crisis in Europe… why distrust in Bitcoin may be justified… and why he thinks the US dollar will remain the world’s reserve currency.

Here are a few highlights:

“Anybody who has invested in bitcoins at the right point has made a fortune, and people who invested at the peak actually have lost a whole lot of money. So there is a great risk that if you invest in bitcoins, it’s essentially like any other commodity that you are holding as an asset. It may go up or it may go down, but it’s certainly not something that you can take for granted that it will keep its value over time.”

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5 comments to The US Dollar Is Here to Stay, Says Werner Antweiler

  • iguana green

    This is a bogus interview. Read right from a pre-composed script.
    Listen to the interviewed fellow. he is clearly reading. And a bad actor to boot.
    Look, the dollar is toast. get ready. Buy metals and food.
    It’s what our government wants. The debasement of the dollar.

  • I’m not going to listen to the BS again, but at around 3:36 the statement was made about the people having “trust” in the Fed. RIGHT, I “trust” the fed alright.

    I’m going with Iquana above…. this is bogus crap.

  • Plistkin

    A quick google check will show he gets Grant money from Government Economics entities. Looks like he is associated with some Econ Group in Mass. USA. These academics are pretty tainted.

  • Sergio of the Jungle

    Anyone who has a promo photo such as his is an A grade wanker. Oh, don’t you just look studious and smarmy at the same time. How do you manage that. Haven’t listened, the neon photo is a dead giveaway.

  • J

    You folks are close to the mark… Look to the article’s source (Casey Research). CR does not exist to help average folks, it exists to make money for Doug Casey.

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