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At this point, virtually all of us over the age of forty have encountered enough “snowflakes” (those Millennials who have a meltdown if anything they say or believe is challenged) to understand that, increasingly, young people are being systemically coddled to the point that they cannot cope with their “reality” being questioned.
Economically, politically, and socially, the United States seems to be headed down a path that’s not only inconsistent with the founding principles of the country but accelerating quickly toward boundless decay.
The precious metals market is relatively stable at present, but how about in the midst of an economic crisis?
Unfortunately, beginning in the 1970s, the US began to throw out the rule book and create the beginnings of the pattern that has, for thousands of years, led countries to economic ruin.
In the 2018 US general election, a spate of liberal candidates appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, each making dramatic promises for a more collectivist US.
Almost everyone will benefit from these changes in science and technology, but you want to benefit directly and immediately.
Economic bubbles are normal. They’re created by the lack of forethought that’s common to human nature. But the present bubble bath is an anomaly without precedent and, as such, promises to result in a crash of unprecedented proportions.
The recent move in gold has grabbed everyone’s attention. But all the commodities are going to move higher. There’s a lot of fear building up, and that always drives gold prices.
All countries have a “shelf-life” of sorts. Generally, they begin when an old, top-heavy government collapses from its own weight.
The US government is actively at war in about half a dozen countries. It’s eyeing new conflicts all the time.
Stocks, bonds, and urban property—conventional investments—aren’t cheap in today’s investment world.
Just because society experiences turmoil doesn’t mean your personal life has to.
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