Colonial breakfast in the tropics was at its best, outdoor
dining under ancient ceiling fans that turned in lazy arcs
and coaxed a gentle breeze. Shafts of morning sun, that shone
on crisp white linen and filtered through the cool morning
air. Traveller palms swayed in soft harmony with grackles,
katydids and all was gracious and genteel.
Singapore, 1971-The Raffles Hotel-at an outdoor restaurant
just next to the Long Bar. There was something comfortable
in the old fashioned pots of thick cut marmalade and slightly
burnt toast that stood in racks of sterling silver. This
elegant setting, quiet service was an easy, wonderful way
to start the day. I felt in place, relaxed and comfortable,
part of an ancient tradition, the modern link in a rite that
this hotel had offered for so many generations past. I sat
back feeling that all was well. I felt in control and on
top of that modern era.
that suddenly changed as I was about to learn all about
international currencies. I opened the morning Straits Times
and the headlines declared "U.S. Dollar Devalues".
That comfortable era had just come to an end. International
currencies were in turmoil.
Thirty-four years ago, I was an American, travelling only
with dollars. From centuries past, history had seemingly
supported my financial well being up to that very moment.
Britain's colonial days leading to the emergence of America,
the World Wars, modern technology, Yankee know- how, puritan
work ethics and unbounded natural resources had all worked
on my behalf to form the greatest economy recorded time had
history had created a world economy vastly dominated by
the United States of America. Forces, building before and
throughout the twentieth century, lead to incredible economic
power within the United States. This domination made the
U.S. Dollar the bastion of global currencies and made it
the reserve currency of the world.
Since that day we as investors have had to spot trends in
international currencies and I would like to share a FREE
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