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Smart Investing Blog
September 17th, 2014
The dollar has shown signs of strength recently as the world sees our economy improving.
While this seems like a positive movement it could cause difficulties and, perhaps, a slowdown in our economy.
There are two reasons why I’m not in favor of a strong dollar -- and a rapidly improving strong dollar, at that.
The first is that a strong dollar makes our exports more expensive, and if they are more expensive then the world will not buy as many. If the world is not buying as many, then our manufacturing could slow down.
The second reason is that a strong dollar makes imports less expensive, and consumers will buy more imports such as foreign cars that are cheaper than American-built cars or products.
So be careful about wishing for a stronger dollar -- it could slow down our economy and perhaps bring inflation sooner than expected.