Nine reasons the Aussie dollar will fall further

The Aussie dollar will nosedive in coming years with a laundry list of hurdles to clear. Chinese investment is the wildcard but Australia needs to make adjustments, not be bailed out.

Last night’s fall in the Australian dollar is a warning of much steeper falls to come. Only one possible 2014 event can save the dollar – massive Chinese buying of our assets, particularly residential real estate.

So today I am going to list nine reasons why the dollar is falling and going to fall further in the coming years.

While many will celebrate a lower dollar, many of those underlying reasons are predictions of harder times ahead.



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