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I see this currency continues to plummet.

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RJ Trotts Member Level  Thursday, 05/21/09 06:36:14 PM
Re: WayneC777 post# 1065
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I see this currency continues to plummet. I guess it shows dilution is NEVER a good thing. No matter if in stocks or currency. I just wish the govt would use what they have, rather than printing more. Hmmmm??

Anything UP today??
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