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Dollar's Purchasing Power Annihilated-The Chart They Don't Want You to See.

This is the chart they don't want you to see: the purchasing power of the dollar over the past 76 years has declined by 94%. And based on current monetary and fiscal policy, we have at least another 94% to go. The only question is whether this will be achieved in 76 months this time.

by: Tyler Durden May 08, 2009

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Comment by Aadil (site owner) on January 5, 2011 at 5:58pm
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