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The problem is there are money-grubbing politicians everywhere…
America has seen plenty of crises before. But this time is different...
It’s a political weapon. And the US is not shy about using it.
When the going gets tough, governments never control themselves... but they do try to control their subjects.
If you're banking according to conventional wisdom then your savings might be at serious risk.
Don’t gamble all your savings in a game of financial musical chairs.
If you don’t get out now, you’ll regret it.
The U.S. is the biggest tax haven in the world.
Doug Casey explains how banking is supposed to work vs. how it actually works today.
The carnage always comes by surprise, often on an otherwise ordinary Saturday morning…
You may have wondered: “What can an offshore bank account give me that an account at Bank of America can’t?” The answer is: A wide range of benefits you absolutely need.
The number of people who see the writing on the wall is growing exponentially.
Tucked between the islands of Britain and Ireland in the middle of the Irish Sea, this little island has a lot to offer the international financial sector.
Here's how to make sure what happened to the Greek people can't happen to you.
"I wouldn't keep significant capital in banks," he told Reason magazine Editor-in-Chief Matt Welch. "Most of the banks in the world are bankrupt."
No other country’s banks have been through as much political and social turmoil and come out as strong.
New and seemingly arbitrary restrictions on safe deposit boxes are a new battle in the global War on Cash.
The BVI is the grandfather of international business companies or IBCs, a type of offshore company.
You don’t necessarily need to leave your home country to achieve international diversification. You can do a lot of things from your living room.
A tax haven with an almost squeaky clean reputation, Bermuda plays a pivotal role in tax planning.
The best offshore private banks are found in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Andorra, Monaco, Gibraltar, Singapore, and Lebanon.
It’s important to identify the countries that are responsible for killing financial privacy, as it gives a clue to the motive.
It’s an amazingly powerful weapon that only the US government can wield.
It’s very difficult for nonresident foreigners to open a bank account in Chile. There are a few completely legitimate exceptions, though.
Bahrain is a lesser-known offshore banking jurisdiction.
When you open an account in Hong Kong or China, you can also get access to China UnionPay, the Chinese payment processing system and an alternative to Visa and MasterCard.
Recently I spoke with Roland Meier, who has been a Swiss banker for decades. Roland and I touch on some important topics, including the US’s assault on the Swiss banking system, GATCA, and attempts to create a centralized one-world government.
Switzerland has long been and still is the world's top offshore banking jurisdiction.
Can you name this free-market jurisdiction in the Western hemisphere?
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As we all know and often worry about as investors – the government is a big part of our investment lives.
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