How low can the U.S. dollar go, and how will our family survive it?

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Finances are crazy these days.  You can’t get a decent avocado for under two bucks.  Manufacturers are shrinking bags we buy, reshaping boxes to the smaller side, raising prices, and cutting the ingredients and expense from goods we purchase to feed and clothe our families.  Our family paychecks shrink faster than a tank of fuel on a glycerin burning dragster on a hot summer Texas day.

To make things even more challenging, we’re having a helluva tough time dialing in to financial truth.  It’s tough trying to decipher the information we need from mainstream fictional rubbish, peddled by influencers representing a world that runs recklessly and morally amok, using “fake news” as a cover for the face of corruption and guilt in the global financial industry.  Yet there’s never been a more important time to understand what’s happening to our paychecks, why they are disappearing so fast, and how to find employment and keep it long enough to collect that paycheck.

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GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 10: Does the U.S. government have enough pure gold to pay off debt that is payable in 999.9% gold only?

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Gerrit Visser questions the purity of any gold the United States claims in reserves.  If we take into consideration everything he has talked about in his two previous blogs, including the figures he has cited, we have to assume that all the gold the U.S. legally owns is of 999.9 purity.  This is because gold is priced in U.S. Dollars per troy ounce of 999.9 pure gold in compliance with the London Gold Standard.

But the purity of U.S. gold, if it does have any, has to be questioned, the precious metals analyst and adviser says.  No one’s ever been allowed to test its purity. Keep on reading!

THANK GOD FOR GOLD, PART 2

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The Western financial system as it is tied to the U.S. dollar is saddled with so much debt and unfunded liabilities that it is on the verge of total collapse.  It’s difficult to tell when or what could trigger it.  It could be a single major event risk, or a corporate, state, or major municipality bankruptcy, or untimely hot war.  It’s not a matter of if but when

The question for our family is when it all melts down how are we going to find our way back from the ashes of a broken financial system to have a prosperous future?  We go back to some form of a commodity based currency, says financial writer John Rubino, co-author of The Money Bubble and The Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit From It.  A currency that is linked to something real, and exchangeable for that real thing. Something that is not fiat currency. Keep on reading!

THANK GOD FOR GOLD, PART ONE

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Why do we say, “Thank God”, when the world is on fire?  Do we really have anything to be thankful for this Thanksgiving?  And why is gold such an undervalued asset?

While we fight our way through numbness and Weimer hyperinflation posing as a 1930s depression I’m not dumbfounded to learn that debt continues to mount exponentially everywhere I look.  It’s in the tea leaves of global financial stress and it’s the bottom line of every paycheck we earn.  Everybody’s heading for bankruptcy, and nobody seems to have a really solid answer on how to avoid it. Keep on reading!

HOW MUCH GOLD DOES THE U.S. REALLY OWN AND HOW MUCH WILL IT COST US?

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Two weeks ago we published an interesting article regarding the situation where the U.S. may or may not have enough gold to back our new U.S. currency when it debuts on the international financial marketplace. The United States Federal Reserve Note is soon to be history and it’s only a matter of time before it is replaced with a new U.S. currency that will have to be gold backed.

We received many positive responses regarding the article one of which was from a former client who works in the international institutional banking industry, which is completely different than the commercial banking industry we have become used to here in the U.S. These are the organizations that deal in assets with banking institutions that fund national central banks all around the world. These are the entities that own the real assets of the world, not the green backed paper with the ink that’s printed on it that we trade here in the West and call value. Keep on reading!

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