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.
Is the post-Cold War global boom over? How are today’s geopolitical hot spots affecting your investment decisions?
Governments will protect the big banks, at the expense of the citizens. You should take this seriously, and now.
The idea that gold is no longer a safe-haven asset has been gaining traction in the media lately. Remember that this is mainly a Western notion. People in many parts of the world, particularly crisis-stricken nations, would find the idea hysterical.
The answer to “Which country is the easiest to get citizenship in?” will depend on individual factors. There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
The concept of internationalization is, by its very nature, contrarian thinking.
If there’s one person’s opinion on this subject that’s worth hearing, it’s Doug Casey’s.
Would the US government really turn to a 1933-style gold confiscation again? I would argue that they wouldn’t, but that doesn’t mean the threat to your gold has diminished. Instead there will be a new scam.
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.
You must consider a non-American credit/debit card—one that is not under the sway of the US government—irrespective of whether you’re American or not in order to diversify your political risk.
It smells like a wealth confiscation in Portugal is just around the corner.
It would appear that, in the US, the clock is ticking. We are now seeing the quiet before the storm.
Moving a portion of your savings into a hard asset in a stable jurisdiction is a very prudent strategy.
A court ruling involving Microsoft’s offshore data storage offers an instructive lesson on the long reach of the US government—and what you can do to mitigate this political risk.
US citizens are paying a hidden tax and their wealth is diminishing accordingly.
It is increasingly difficult for Americans to find foreign financial institutions who will accept them—and soon it may be impossible. Here's my story.
Opening an offshore bank account will help you to reduce your political risk and protect your savings.
Jeff Clark explains the seven reasons why it's time to buy silver today.
Economic collapses are often marked by war, depletion of gold reserves, excessive debt, devaluation of currency, and loss of control of inflation.
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