The Dollar Is Dead: Plan Accordingly

      
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Phil
Phil
1 month ago

they are all drunken slobs on our tax dollars, each and every one of them are criminals and at some point, must be held accountable for the theft of the nation’s currency.

Al Buckner
Al Buckner
1 month ago

The printing machines are running 24-7 to keep up with the demand of the Feds spending. It needs 8-days in a week.
In the year I was born in 1954, a $100.00 bill is the same as $1,165 today.
According to the officialdata.org calculator.
In the Reagan years, I started a home improvement business and being self-taught, and the education from my parents upbringing on money. I lived below my means and had a smart accountant with a keen eye for legal deduction. I took a very modest salary and kept my company debt free for 16 years that I had it. I gave to God his 10% first, 10% to myself give modestly to mission work when I could. I started getting into stocks and buying gold and silver eagles in the 1980’s. My only regret is that I didn’t buy more silver and gold. I became a serious precious metal stacker in 2008, thanks to Obama. Been retired for years, still living in my home I built 31 years ago, I don’t need the stock market or keeping up with the Joneses and now planning to move back to my roots in a country setting that’s not over run by city dwellers leaving their blue states.
I’m amazed at the number of the population that are not prepared for the future chaos that’s coming. I hear all the time, it can’t get no worse. DONT BET ON IT! I can’t believe WE have allowed our country to go by the swamp way. TRUMP isn’t going to save us, He will help some but the ‘deep state’ is so powerful and the swamp is so big. Only GOD Can Save Us. II Chronicle 7:14

DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
1 month ago

“Let it fall down, let it fall down, let it all fall down.” H/T to James Taylor.

Paul O'Connell
Paul O'Connell
1 month ago

Treasury Bonds are the backbone. Without hope, a plan, and promise they are toilet paper. We talked a big story for decades, some accomplishments made, with a dismal sustainability in any sector considered bond responsible and accomplished. They are being tossed like trash. No solid backing substantial. The citizen called upon to rescue the lie!

strider777
1 month ago

Yep, the once “almighty dollar” is crashing and dying right before our eyes.

Welcome to the nation of Fedmart*, where you pay one hell of a lot more and you live one hell of a lot worse. And the very worst is still yet to come.