According to Federal Reserve data, the average lifespan of a $100 bill has fallen by more than 30% over the last several years:
Is Copper Set Up to Become the “New Oil”?
My friends had concerns. They were living in New York before and didn’t like the trends they saw in their home country.
There was too much debt. Too much war. Too much money printing. Too many lies. Too much spying. Too much violence. Too much uncertainty.
They wanted to distance themselves from conditions that made them uncomfortable.
So they made a very deliberate plan and took steps that led them to where they are today– living in their own paradise.
And they couldn’t be happier…
This is what freedom means today in the United Nanny States of America:
What I’m about to tell you is a true story…
Charlie Chaplin lived the textbook American Dream.
He came from nothing, took huge risks, and leveraged his tremendous talent, hard work, and pioneering spirit to become successful.
But that was the early 1900s. And Chaplin’s was a different America.
For the average person, the American Dream is rapidly fading.
Bottom line: It matters where you put your money. They evidence is pretty obvious that banks are not risk-free.
Why take the chance?
Are these people serious?
People are sick and tired of self-righteous elites trying to control the system.
This is what voters have been viscerally rejecting.
The US government paid “a sum of twenty-five million dollars in gold coin of the United States” for this asset:
This is a hell of a “hard” asset to own:
This is an important lesson in hyperinflation:
It’s happening faster than we could have ever imagined.
And now for something completely different:
THIS was the Biggest Gold Heist of All Time:
My friend Richard got destroyed by the system…
In late January of the year 98 AD, after decades of turmoil, instability, inflation, and war, Romans welcomed a prominent solider named Trajan as their new Emperor…
It’s a big world out there.
And if you expand your thinking beyond your own borders, you’ll find some extraordinary opportunities and pockets of incredible value out there.
Less than a week after India’s surprise move to scrap its highest denomination cash notes, another front in the War on Cash has intensified.
It’s happening across the planet, from Australia to India to Europe to North America.
This is how it works:
Socialist dogma is growing stronger. The top 25% of income earners in the US already pay more than 80% of the taxes. And yet the bottom 50% wants you to pay even more of your ‘fair share’.
The more successful you become, the more the system tries to take it away from you: