The Weekly Money Newsletter — Vol. 1

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This weeks copy of The Weekly Money Newsletter is available below!

The Weekly Money Newsletter — Vol. 1

In this issue we talk about the dying US Dollar and what that means for the future. With topics such as FedCoin, Bitcoin, and other coins being discussed, we could be living through a historic change to currencies.

We also touch on how you can use your next stimulus check (should we receive one) to ensure those monies work effectively for you. Odds are we’ll see another check, but it’s a matter of when.

This week is Thanksgiving here in the United States, so the market should be mildly calmer, but people are still awaiting news on a vaccine. Hope you all have a great week and be on the look out next money for the new issue!

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My talents reside in Finance, but my mind often wanders. Here I publish my thoughts and ideas. Hope you enjoy & thanks for reading!

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Nathan Young

Nathan Young

My talents reside in Finance, but my mind often wanders. Here I publish my thoughts and ideas. Hope you enjoy & thanks for reading!

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