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Diversifying Out Of US Dollar.

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  • The U.S. dollar may deteriorate as the reserve currency.
  • Is Diversifying out of the US dollar/Companies a good idea?
  • Invest those funds into currencies and countries with equally or more attractive economies.

I have been diversifying the invested in US dollars/Bonds/Notes over the last six months into currencies and country funds that appear to have the better macro-economic characteristics as a way of de-risking my US exposure.

These investments include: Chinese Yuan, (CYB), The Swiss Naitional Bank (OTCPK:SWZNF), A Norwegian ETF, (NORW), the Swiss Franc (SWF) , and lastly a Nordic ETF fund , (GXF). 

I am interested in any thoughts or comments on this thought process, (I'd call it a strategy but that might be a stretch)

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