[ed note: New readers may not know Myron Martin, who wrote a column mostly about junior miners for our readers in 2013 and 2014. He’s hoping to get back to writing more for us now, and this is his first piece in about a year for the Irregulars. As with all our guest columnists, he has agreed to our trading restrictions and he chooses his own topics — his ideas and thoughts are his own, we’ve provided only a little light copy-editing for clarity. Myron is Canadian, and most of the prices and dollar amounts cited are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted.]
This essay from Pinnacle Digest well defines my belief that the fate of the U.S. dollar is KEY to investment success for the average retail investor.
The currently strong U.S. dollar has obscured the fact that in spite of establishment stories planted in the popular media, the U.S. economy has not experienced a substantial recovery that has bolstered the average worker’s income. The strength of the U.S. dollar is tenuous at