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There is one final rabbit in the hat before we see the well-deserved downfall of Keynesianism.
Some countries are ideal places to reside. Others are great places to park some savings or to invest in. Others are optimal for conducting business. Yet others are perfect for obtaining a second passport.
It was a difficult decision, but for many, it proved to be for the best.
Historically, when a nation’s debt exceeds its ability to repay even the interest, it can be assumed that the currency will collapse.
Any government that succeeds in controlling the monetary transactions of the individual can then control the individual.
Instead of a New World Order, what I believe will occur instead will be a repeat of history.
We are passing through the early stages of a period of dramatic change. The economic and political world is in the process of turning upside down.
There’s a train coming down the track toward us and it’s now picking up speed. But unlike the man in the photo, we can’t simply fold up our newspaper and take our rocker from the tracks.
The ability of the world to ditch the dollar will be a major, major change in world economic balance… and a major step forward for world economic freedom.
Governments always prefer inflation to deflation and even declare inflation to be beneficial.
It would seem quite possible that the next president of the US may resemble Diocletian.
There is a direct relationship between the degree of “redistribution” by the government and the decline in effort by the gifted or motivated.
Don’t fence yourself in. Be willing to move and safeguard your assets to build life again for your children and grandchildren in a better environment.
It would seem that little has changed in 2500 years. The drive by some individuals to control others is clearly a permanent condition in every era. The only remaining question is how to deal with it.
One the most self-destructive—but predictable—things a bankrupt government can do is impose capital controls.
The reader might wish to assess the point that his home country has reached in its decline and consider whether it has reached the point of diminishing returns as regards his own personal freedom to live his life as he sees fit.
There can be no doubt that the banks cannot deliver on the amount of gold that they have sold their clients on paper. This situation will hit a wall.
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Will Asia have its day in the sun, or will economic mismanagement lead to a major collapse?
Collectivism is a self-renewing disease for which there is no antidote. Typically, it ends not with the realization that it is a lie, but with the expiration of the free-market system on which it feeds.
Whatever level of drop gold experiences as a result of deflation, gold will rise up from it like a phoenix—long before other asset classes rise.
It’s understandable that the great majority of people invariably ignore the Babsons of the world as Chicken Littles and blithely charge toward the cliff like lemmings.
Once an empire has reached bankruptcy, it never reverses. At that point, the wiser choice might be to follow the cue of the Chinese, the Romans, and others, who instead chose to quietly exit for greener pastures elsewhere.
Governments will protect the big banks, at the expense of the citizens. You should take this seriously, and now.
Trillions of dollars of debt, a bond bubble on the verge of bursting and economic distortions that make it difficult for investors to know what is going on behind the curtain.
Worry less about what state your country is in now; focus on where it will be in two years, in five years, in ten years.
Venezuelans soon may need to have their fingerprints scanned before they can buy bread.
It smells like a wealth confiscation in Portugal is just around the corner.
US citizens are paying a hidden tax and their wealth is diminishing accordingly.
Economic collapses are often marked by war, depletion of gold reserves, excessive debt, devaluation of currency, and loss of control of inflation.
Jeff Clark explains to skeptics why international diversification is so important.
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