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How could China and/or Japan ever sell the dollars they have?

Combined they hold over $1.6 TRILLION of the things! ($1,600,000,000,000.00)

Who would be the buyer of this? Who could possibly be the buyer of this? Nobody.

It's a catch 22 thing, if they started selling some of their holding, the remaining dollars they had left would lose value. Probably wiping out anything they got for selling the ones they could sell!

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How could China and/or Japan ever sell the dollars they have?

Combined they hold over $1.6 TRILLION of the things! ($1,600,000,000,000.00)

Who would be the buyer of this? Who could possibly be the buyer of this? Nobody.

It's a catch 22 thing, if they started selling some of their holding, the remaining dollars they had left would lose value. Probably wiping out anything they got for selling the ones they could sell!

D

Yes... They could buy a lot of gold with spare dollars, however. Not that Japan would dare, I'm sure. It's a tricky one. How about buying up companies like Rover. Ok, not quite as bad as Rover. But IBM of GoldFields or GM (ha). They could even try their hand at real estate! We'll see.

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How could China and/or Japan ever sell the dollars they have?

Combined they hold over $1.6 TRILLION of the things! ($1,600,000,000,000.00)

Who would be the buyer of this? Who could possibly be the buyer of this? Nobody.

It's a catch 22 thing, if they started selling some of their holding, the remaining dollars they had left would lose value. Probably wiping out anything they got for selling the ones they could sell!

D

They start buying hard assets in the U.S. and the rest of the world such as oil companies and mining companies, that way they get rid of their dodgy dollars and help guarantee the supply of resources they will need in the future

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