First, a word of caution. There is NO evidence that President Obama will collapse the dollar and bankrupt the country. He did not do it in his first term, and there is no evidence he will do it in his second. You may be responding to some conservative talk show hosts likeand Michael Savage, who frequently accuse the president of these sorts of things. Some talk hosts like to generate fear about the economy, and they then encourage listeners to buy gold from dealers in which these talk hosts have a financial interest. While those who are opposed to Mr. Obama's economic policies (or what they think those policies will lead to) are entitled to their opinions, that does not mean their opinions are based on facts. That said, what follows is an answer from someone who genuinely believes the worst about Mr. Obama.
Prepare for the worst...NOW.
Don't wait around for something like this to happen. Invest not in http://stocks.answers.com, but in precious metals. Can you recall a time in American history when gold or silver was...I dunno...free? No. In fact, the dollar used to be based off of precious metals. Have you ever look at an old (pre- Great Depression) dollar? It doesn't say "Federal Reserve Note" on it. It says "Silver Certificate".
Why is this? Because you could take that silver certificate to the Federal Reserve Bank and exchange it for exactly one dollar's worth of Silver. You can't do this with a Federal Reserve Note however, because a Federal Reserve Note's value has nothing to do with Gold, Silver, or any other precious metal; it has to do with however much money is in circulation, and the price of goods and services.
At this, I would like to say that the value of precious metals has never hit zero. The value of a Federal Reserve Note can't hit zero, however, it can come incredibly close. Sure, metals have their ups and downs, but for the most part, they are on a constant journey of increasing value. The dollar? It's ridiculously unpredictable.
Therefore, I urge you to protect your assets.
Invest in something that holds high value.
The wheel has two bankrupts on it not including the bankrupt with the million dollar space in the middle. The space with the million dollar in the middle could be counted as two more bankrupts since the space is divided into thirds. However that divided space is not always present and then they have only two bankrupts.
CHINA is the country that uses Yuan Dollar.
24 or 26 depending on whether a section is split into 3 with a million dollar wedge between two bankrupts wedges and seventy three stainless steel pins are arranged around the wheel
dollar diplomacythe policy of using the economic power or influence of a government to promote and protect in other countries the business interests of its private citizens, corporations, etc.the use of economic power by a country to further foreign policy goals
It depends on the country you want to spend your dollar.
A lot of people store gold in the event that the Dollar collapses. The only issue is gold is pretty useless in everyday situations, because of their value. Buying groceries with a $2600 gold bar is pretty illogical. However, ASI started producing a gold bar called the "Combi Bar", that is made with grids. This would allow someone to break off littlepieces, each piece equals about $50. The gold pieces would make smaller purchases possible, if the dollar were to ever collapse.
No country in Europe has a currency called dollar.
You can preserve a dollar bill by storing it in an acid and polyvinyl chloride free holder. This will protect the paper from moisture, and debris.
Because a $30-$60 dollar case is a great way to protect a $500 - $900 dollar investment.
because of the purchasing power of a particular country is increasing
1 US Dollar= 0.734348 Euros.
It was worth one dollar. If you want to know what it was worth against the currency of an African country, you have to know which country you are asking about.
No major country prints $15 bills.
It depends which country you are referring to.
From what country? The U.S. did not print dollar bills bearing that date. Is it Canadian?
This depends on the country: US: Abraham Lincoln is on the 5 dollar US bill.
They use the US dollar as their currency in Ecuador.
From what country? There was no United States, or even such thing as a dollar in 1621.
... it is called ... A DOLLAR! No country in Europe has a currency called dollar. Examples of countries with currencies called dollar are USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and more besides.
Unlikely. It is not a low mintage year. Unless the US dollar collapses in value, it isn't going to be worth more than 5 cents in our lifetimes.
our country is in a trillion dollar deficit
It depends on which country in Africa. As such this is unanswerable
The currency of Australia is the Australian Dollar. The symbol of the Australian Dollar is 'AUD', 'A$' and '$'. 100 cents make up one Australian Dollar.
In the United States no, a black dollar bill does not exist. But it may or may not exist in another country.
The country would have to either increase the dollar value of exports or decrease the dollar value of imports.