A story on CNBC.com today asks “is the dollar dying” and discusses “concerns that the greenback is about to see its long run as the world’s premier denomination come to an end.” And partly as a reflection of worldwide shakiness in the markets despite media discussion of “recovery” in the U.S. and Japan, the Tokyo stock exchange has been plunging into a correction, with shares now off more than 10 percent from their recent peak. But back to Davidson. He believes that, as weakened as the U.S. dollar and the American economy have become lately, they’re about to experience an unprecedented swoon because of two things: the sad state of America’s fisc, and the decisive move by oil-exporting countries away from their 40-year tradition of basing the entire petroleum economy on the use of the dollar. The game-changing move began more than a year ago when the Tehran Times published an article which said that Iran would begin moving away from the petrodollar. As this trend accelerates around the world, it is sapping power and influence from America every day and transferring it to other currencies and other growing economies, such as China’s. What are regular investors to do in the face of such history-altering events? Davidson recommends a couple of possibilities. One of them involves a fait-money play called the Powershares DB US Dollar Index Bearish Fund, an exchange-traded fund. But his other recommendation is the one that we agree with: buy gold. “Gold is about to become part of a whole new world monetary order” after June 21, Davidson writes. “While the U.S. may have dropped the gold standard over 40 years ago, gold is the one thing that every nation still has.” Do you have gold and silver, God’s Money? We’ll be happy to help you make the right choices to ensure that your household assets are as secure as possible, in gold and silver instruments, to brace your finances for the tumult that lies ahead – maybe just ahead. Call us at 866-966-0177 or e-mail us at Info@RealMoneyUSA.com.