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Why A Living Will Is Not Enough

Why A Living Will Is Not Enough

When someone is in a coma or similar medical distress and family members and doctors disagree about what to do, the story often makes headlines. The lesson from the media always is: Be sure you have a living will. The answer isn’t that simple. Often in these situations, there is a living will. It isn’t enough.

Economics Professor Explains Why Keynesian Economists Don’t Understand Inflation

The “monetary cranks” and “ignorant zealots” of old are back preaching salvation if only we had more inflation. Writing for the Ludwig von Mises Institute, economist Frank Hollenbeck explains why the Keynesian understanding of inflation is terribly flawed.

Estate Planning For Modern Families

Estate Planning For Modern Families

Traditional estate plans don’t work well for many families these days. A traditional plan is for couples who are in their first and only marriage and have only kids from that marriage. Different plans, tools and strategies might be needed for people with other life stories.

The Fed’s Hands Are Tied

The Fed has painted itself into a corner. There is no way that the nation can avoid either a recession or the collapse of the value of the dollar.

Capital Controls And 200 Percent Price Rises in Ukraine — And Ukraine Is In Better Shape Than The U.S.!

Capital Controls And 200 Percent Price Rises in Ukraine — And Ukraine Is In Better Shape Than The U.S.!

The U.S. government is in much worse shape than Ukraine fiscally. And as the rest of the world begins to move away from the dollar, it will be game over for the current financial and monetary system in the United States.

Why Your Savings Aren’t Safe, And What You Can Do About It

Why Your Savings Aren’t Safe, And What You Can Do About It

There is nothing “safe” about your savings if you have them in a bank or a retirement account. Don’t believe me? Wait and see. Government bureaucrats and/or your Congressmen have lots of dirty tricks planned for the people.

8 Real-World Events That Prove Your Money Isn’t Safe In Europe (Or Anywhere)

8 Real-World Events That Prove Your Money Isn’t Safe In Europe (Or Anywhere)

European governments and institutions have already begun seizing private pension funds, slapping 20 percent taxes on all incoming wire transfers, confiscating up to 50 percent from private bank accounts and even stating all the savings of Europe are fair game.

Do Currency Cultists Really Believe The Dollar Is Invincible?

Do Currency Cultists Really Believe The Dollar Is Invincible?

The cultism surrounding the U.S. economy and the U.S. dollar is truly mind boggling, and by “cultism” I mean a blind faith in the fiat currency mechanism that goes beyond all logic, reason and evidence.

Don’t Sell Gold Stocks Now

Bob,

We appreciate all the great advice over the years, and would hope you could shed some light on the best thing we could do in our situation. We are in our mid/late 40′s, only have small amount of money in retirement invested in gold stocks (no other stocks). I have read stories of significant amounts of gold being withdrawn from COMEX. We know the dollar is going to collapse, and stock market values in general are going down. We figure there is good chance our retirement in gold stocks won’t be there when it is our turn to retire, but when do we take it out? My husband thinks the time would be when the price of physical gold starts going up but I question the value of paper stocks, if inventory is truly low, may not go up alot more, even in fiat dollars. Does it decouple and how does that impact our timing?

Thank you in advance for your advice.

Stephanie N.

The Bear Market In Stocks Is Worse Than You Think!

I began publishing my monthly newsletter The Bob Livingston Letter™ (subscription required) in 1969. The following is an excerpt from the March 2001 issue. The article was actually written in February. Mid-March saw the Dow drop 821 points in a week and the S&P 500 lose 7 percent. A year later, the Dow had lost 28 percent and many stocks had gone bust, as I predicted.

Anybody who knows anything about the Federal Reserve and Mr. Greenspan believes that by the lowering of interest rates plus printing money that recession/depression can be averted. They also believe that lower interest rates and new money can restart the bull market in stocks.

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