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Real Money, Fiat, Currency…

29 Aug

choose Silver-Eagle-Sales

I don’t want you to trust me or these nifty images folks.

I want you to go out and learn finance.  Study the history of currency, gold, silver, banking, commerce everything.  There is a wealth of knowledge out there and you can build your financial wisdom up to a point where you can greatly influence how and where every dollar you make goes. Invest, hedge against inflation with numismatics, or maybe silver bullion. heck! Go buy some copper if you feel the need.  Just be aware of what others consider real money, what a fiat currency is, and what could happen to your retirement fund, and savings aka LOOT.

Not interested?  Fine.  But a little due diligence never hurt anyone right?  The talking heads on television don’t care so you should.



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22 May

Broke is not beautiful.

Link 22 May

Broke is not beautiful.

5 Nov

“Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has noted that the long-term unemployed increasingly find it hard to find work as their skills and professional networks erode. In a speech last month, Bernanke called long-term unemployment a “national crisis” that should be a top priority for Congress.”

Is it just me or is this fool a hypocrite? He lends trillions to banks- some not even American- all to. Fix econ and now says the 99%er’s are a national crisis? The $ given to banks, put into ppls hands directly would have been in the neighborhood of 90+ thousand. But that wouldn’t have led to growth. Of course not…

17 Oct

RT @zerohedge: The world has added $25 trillion in debt in the past decade, or 140%, to the $18 trillion in 2001; $43 trillion currently

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