You never know when you’re going to be in a bad spot. But when TSHTF, you know it. And it doesn’t feel very good.
I want you to think about your investments from a survivalist point of view. What do you need to do to make sure you survive? And what’s the downside of being prepared?
It is clear as day that we have a currency system that will always be untethered from reality. There is no other way around it. That’s why you need to have some precious metals in your portfolio and some coins outside of it.
When I was a kid scooping ice cream for minimum wage a medium, two scoops, cost $0.50. Today it costs me about $15-$20 to get four cones for my family. That’s inflation. I was reminded of this from the following email I received from a client yesterday.
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