One Trillion Federal Reserve notes
A trillion seconds is 30,000 years.
If you stacked one trillion FRNs end-to-end longways, it would go to the moon and back 400 times.
What does one trillion FRNs look like?
A packet of one hundred 100 FR notes is less than 1/2" thick and contains $10,000. It fits neatly in your pocket.
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Believe it or not, this next little pile is of one trillion FRNs (100 packets of 10,000 FRNs). You could stuff that into a grocery bag and walk around with it.
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While one million FRNs looks unimpressive, 100 million FRNs is a little more respectable. It fits neatly on a standard pallet.
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And one billion FRNs looks like this.
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Next we will look at 1 trillion FRNs. This is that number we have been hearing so much about. What is a trillion FRNs? It is a million million, a thousand billion, a one followed by 12 zeros (1,000,000,000,000).
Now check this out.

Take a deep breath and scroll down.

This is 1 trillion FRNs
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Notice those pallets are double stacked, and they are 100 FR notes.
So, the next time you hear someone toss around the phrase "trillion dollars," that is what they are talking about.
Now if Congress had given every person in America (all 300 million) a gift of 80,000 FRNs per person (man, woman & child), a total of 24 trillion FRNs, the economy would be booming. BUT we would see hyper-inflation. It is only a matter of time before the 24 trillion FRNs Congress gave the Federal Reserve Corporation will cause hyper-inflation. Think about it.



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