Wednesday, March 22, 2017

P.S. Inflation is Still Coming… It’s Going to Hurt

In 1976, The Bad News Bears was released. The film tells the story of a motley crew of youngsters who are allowed into an...

Automatic Wealth: How to Build Wealth Without Thinking

Think about the 40+ money decisions you have to make today: Should I save more? What should I cut down on? What about investing...

The Strange Case of The Liberty Dollar

Anyone interested in creating coins for use as a medium of exchange would be well advised to become familiar with the foundations of our...

Why Did Silver Coinage End in the United States?

“If we had not done so, we would have risked chronic coin shortages in the very near future.” President Lyndon Johnson commented before Congress...

Solving the Valuation Disparities of Voluntary Barter in a Fractured Economy

A breakdown in the viability of a national currency might cause dissonance in prices for goods and services which, under normal circumstances, tend to...

Legal and Moral Considerations for Voluntary Barter

The circulation of a currency is merely a means for people to exchange value more easily. However, in the United States, it is...

The American Open Currency Standard

In the aftermath of the U.S. government’s seizure of the Liberty Dollar assets in Evansville, Indiana, many supporters of voluntary barter who saw potential...

The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis

Whether or not investors agree with Goyette’s recommendations, The Dollar Meltdown is a productive read. The author presents his analysis of the present economic situation in grand style, using historical analogies, quotes, and entertaining anecdotes. Plus, what he has to say makes a lot of sense.

The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs...

  The Coming Economic Collapse:  How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel By Stephen Leeb Business Plus  2006 196 pages.  $16.99  Stephen Leeb, the author of...

Investing In Gold: The Essential Safe Haven Investment for Every Portfolio

The title of Jonathan Spall’s book is Investing in Gold. And it’s a good book. But it should be noted that Investing in Gold speaks more to the subject of why you should invest in gold rather than how to invest in gold. As Spall indicates in his introduction, “This book is written for the broadest possible spectrum of those interested in precious metals, from private individuals to central banks, from mining companies to hedge funds.”

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