Mark Nestmann Archive
Mark Nestmann is president of The Nestmann Group, Ltd., an international consultancy that assists individuals in achieving their wealth preservation goals. He is also Tax and Asset Protection editor for The Sovereign Society and author of The Lifeboat Strategy: Legally Protecting Wealth and Privacy in the 21st Century, and other books and publications. He is a graduate of Denison University and holds a LL.M. (Master of Laws) in international tax law from the Vienna University School of Economics and Business Administration. Email this author.
If you live in the United States, the government has assigned itself the authority to confiscate “any financial instrument” in a national emergency. Since gold and silver are money, they wouldn’t be exempt from a future confiscation order. But any precious metals you own in physical form need to be securely stored. Read this article to learn about your best storage methods.
Exchange controls—laws restricting private ownership of, or transactions in, foreign currencies and gold—are blossoming throughout the world. Are such controls coming to the United States? And if they do come, what does it mean to your wealth? These questions and more are answered in this article…