Survive economic collapse

 

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Increasing the odds to survive Economic Collapse

 The description of  “Economic collapse” can be found under “Why be prepared”

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Protecting yourself in preparation for an economic collapse?

 Is it possible to survive a financial meltdown? 

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Prelude

OK, .... so here it is in summery. It is possible and very likely to survive a number of disasters and catastrophes if prepared correctly. Economic collapse is not only survivable but easier to accomplish than most people believe. An Economy is essentially the word used in association with the flow of money and the values given to it. Those values can be placed on a scale to represent a balance between availability of funds vs the things we purchase.  "Supply and demand" is the term used to justify the balance between the two sides of the scale, [Alt source]. When the value of a regional or global currency becomes worth far less than the products needed by the social structure it can create conditions of severe hardship where money stops flowing and everyday products become UN-affordable. When a currency becomes worthless and collapses it can create a situation which places the lives of those who depend on the system at risk. Most citizens who rely on the flow of currency are generally faced with the uncertainty of how to acquire the things they need to survive. The key to surviving an economic collapse is to become less dependent on the economic system or on those who created it. To evolve to a higher level of self reliance. Is it possible to survive a financial meltdown? 

YES!!!

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The following information has been provided with the aim of assisting those who intend to survive the various conditions of an economic collapse. How we interpret and use this information may be the difference between living and dying.

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Changing technologies and industry.

It is important to be aware changing industry and technology. It happens regularly. If the intent is to survive the cycles of economics it is necessary to change with the times. Be alert to dying technologies and industry, especially if your financial condition hinges on the success of those industries. Education is advantageous and applying it is key.

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Diversify your assets.

As the saying goes, …. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Diversify your money and assets by spreading them out into multiple streams of economic activity. If one drops out the cushion is there to soften the impact of decay. If all the cushions decay simultaneously that it is a good indication that all markets are about to fail and the economy will collapse.

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Be prepared to use older forms of currency such as gold and silver.

It may be the only source of currency in use as the dollar becomes obsolete and undesired. The cash we pull out of the bank may not be worth much for the long run. A few of our members have purchased millions of dollars in collapsed currency from other countries and it is still worth as much as they paid for it many years later. Absolutely Nothing!!! Use it to obtain the things you need as soon as possible. Gold and Silver are generally accepted as currency most everywhere. Gold is expensive and difficult to use when purchasing items of less value than a single coin. Silver on the other hand is more practical for daily use to get the things we need. It is easier to afford for most people and can be acquired in smaller more usable increments.

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Be discrete about what you have as currency and your items of trade.

Years ago all gold was confiscated from the public. These day’s people would rather fight than give it up. It may be the difference between living and dying. Not all secrets are deceptive in nature. Additional tactics might include to refrain from telling others so as to prevent theft. Know who to trust.

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Trading may be the best form of security to put assurance in.

Things people desire and need will most likely present the highest levels of value in times of economic distress. Be sure to have things that others want or need. Some trade-able items are cigarettes, alcohol, food, water, clothes, fuel and chocolate, emmmm. Things that are most sought after!!!

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Learn to be self reliant.

The best way to decrease the impacts of an economic collapse is to be more self-reliant and not rely on the flow of currency or any other instrument of economy. Grow your own food. Have a water source. Invest in power generation devices like solar panels & wind turbines for your home or business. There are other forms of fuel and power which we mention in other areas of this site. If you have a business which is dependent on the economy be prepared to loose it, unless the business pertains to what people will need during times of desperation.

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Getting out of debt

Getting out of debt is advisable as it is the one things that is not effected by an economic collapse. Those who understand how the cycle works depend on you defaulting on your financial obligations. Why? Because they will be the first to maneuver into a position to acquire as much of the assets as possible. Because they can. Survival of the fittest.
Be a “Prepper” and plan to survive.

 

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Resources

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/financial-crisis.asp

http://247wallst.com/investing/2010/09/09/the-13-worst-recessions-depressions-and-panics-in-american-history/2/

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/how-to-prepare-for-an-economic-collapse-in-2014_012014

http://247wallst.com/special-report/2014/12/16/the-10-dying-and-10-thriving-u-s-industries/

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/05/21/363588/us-dollar-as-reserve-currency-obsolete/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_standard

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold_Reserve_Act

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/financial_distress.asp

http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/self-sufficient-living-zm0z13onzrob.aspx#axzz3PJ8fny30

http://www.emergency-management-degree.org/faq/what-is-a-prepper/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_Order_6102

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