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03 Aug 2020

the world we live in

Coins-United States | user_74359

the world in which we live in is an ever changing place, new policies to our monetary system is happening and there is an amazing thing that could happen to those that understand and is on the right side of this wealth transfer caused by a poorly led monetary policy with almost a century long debt cycle. i don"t know exactly what our world will look like in 10 years but i do know it'll be nothing like how we knew it. corona virus kicked off a lot of things and is the perfect cover up for planned events to occur and be excepted, social distancing, phasing cash out of the economy, its easy to say an economy collapsed due to a pandemic, for the most part everyone knows or can kind of feel that things are not and has not been right for some time, the reality is the average person knows nothing about money, economics, monetary policy, trade wars between countries, how one might try to hurt the other government by tarrifs and such. i know theres not much i can do for the world and theres still so much i dont know yet but what i do know is now is the time to make sound investment decisions and to make sure my family is protected by gold, silver and crypto, the crypto is highly debated but would invest some into it for the chances of prices exploding when demand increases after the world make there switch from the industrial age to the digital\informative age. we are living in one of the most intense times in world history and for the most part is being left in the dark about things so always do your own personal education because as we all know we will not get it from schools because they stopped teaching us what we need to know along time ago and brainwashed us to think getting a job with a paycheck and government benefits is the best thing for you to do, dont fall into their trap, dont work for money, create your own sources of wealth and prepare for anything. please understand i am not a doomsday conspiracy theorist, i only try to prepare for the future not predict it

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slybluenote

Level 5

I'm in agreement with Mokie, Big Nub, and Longstrider ! Although I did NOT have to look the "word" up, I also am having trouble linking the title of the blog with the San Diego Super Bowl....LOL

user_74359

Level 3

after seeing the questions about the super bowl i figured i should come up with an answer. the roman Colosseum and the super bowl domes/ stadiums are used a lot in the same way when you think about monetary debasement and the steps the government took before their eventual collapse.to make it as short as possible, there was alloys being made in place of pure coins, taxing in the form coin clippings , wars and entertainment . the united states history has been scarily close to Romes alomg the way.

Longstrider

Level 6

Mokie, nice word. Yes I had to look it up. I can't worry too much about things I can't change. I do the best I can with what I have. I am happy I'm an older dude..Thanks, I think...

I. R. Bama

Level 5

You bring to the table interesting ideas. These are challenging times and we are as you point out in a period of rapid change. As always in such times we lose many good things and perhaps gain a few. The problem with rapid change is that critical thinking goes out the window. It's like throwing the bones and devining the answers. Not a very good way to go. Crypto currency seems very risky. It's value has no more worth than what is socially agreed upon. It can be hacked and one could lose it all. Some crypto currencies have done well and some have crashed and burned. No better than paper governments print. Not backed by anything of physical worth and can't even be deposited in an account that is federally insured unlike what the government isuess. I buy physical gold and silver. It's a small part of my investment strategy as my last resort fund. But that is different from the gold and silver collectible coins. I buy those in mind of my collection desires. Is gold and silver a good investment? Over the past 10 years it has averaged 7% increase in value, but it is volatile and any given year may result in double digits gains or losses. It's not for my retirement planning. The Market also fluctuates but not to the degree metals do. And the historical overall return is 8%. You speak of creating wealth without a job and benefits that come along with it, but you haven't discussed how that can be accomplished. I would like to hear more about how this can be done. Thanks for an interesting article!

user_74359

Level 3

sorry for that important part out. what i mean by create your own wealth is more or less being an entrepreneur then you will be creating your own salary and not working for a wage and paid on what someone says your suppose to be paid, instead you'll be getting paid what you put in. someone can work just as hard just as long and get paid way less because that is what is deemed fair when in reality they worked just as hard.

Golfer

Level 5

Road to the superbowl ! I wonder if superbowls will go the way of the dodo bird? Yes, we are living in a different world. Lets try to solve this virus and see where we go from there?

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Mike

Level 7

Mokie that's the question I was going to ask. The virus will take time for recovery. Merik is going to try a new vaccine that shows promise as early as this week. Two. The numbers of people getting it is going up in the South but the deaths those being cured are on the rise that's a good sign. And if the virus ruins our economy who will buy your coins..

user_74359

Level 3

we wont have to sell the coins if people will not buy, you could melt and use or advertise as something totally different, healthcare uses silver along with most technology,

It's Mokie

Level 6

Pray tell what does the Road to San Diego Super Bowl has to do with your screed?

user_74359

Level 3

nothing other than a conversation piece and for people to ask questions i guess haha

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