Asset and Wealth Protection
Are you in financial trouble? Are you unemployed? Are you in danger of losing your home? Are your debts draining your income and savings? Are you worried about the future? What will your children and grandchildren do if we have an economic collapse? Perhaps you are one of the millions of people that want the government to fix this problem. The truth is that the fix begins with us. We can take control of our own situations and change how we deal with the problems the government has gotten us into.
As I write this article, global financial markets and the world economy are at a crossroads; some people even believe it is a one-way street to an economic collapse, especially in the Western world. Most major stock markets are down between 10 and 20 percent this year; and, even worse, most markets are trading below the levels we had 10 years ago.
The price of gold rose by a sharp margin following a move by investors to the safe-haven metal due to the current market turmoil.
Amid soaring inflation, a new vending machine hit the streets of China on Sunday. The machine offers a new kind of payday: solid gold bullion in return for cash.
In the September issue of The Bob Livingston Letter you talked about the benefits of colloidal silver to treat infections. How can I obtain it?
Silver investments are becoming increasingly attractive in an uncertain economy. With good timing and the right strategy, you could reap huge profits on the expected gains in silver. As an industrial commodity and a monetary asset, silver’s impressive industrial qualities make it more than just another shiny metal.
Autumn is nearly here, and I am reminded of stock market crashes and one near plane crash. The September equinox marks the anniversary of when my Uncle Richard and I fell from the sky in his Cessna 172. I haven’t had such a close call since, yet I have a lot of anxiety these days — not about flying, but about the stock market.
The price of gold rallied to a slight increase as the markets opened on Monday, due to the growing concerns about Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and the inability of its leaders to announce a common goal.
The price of gold rose again as European debt struggles continued and industry experts predicted record levels for the metal over the next several years.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced on Thursday afternoon that the central bank is prepared to implement “tools” for economic stimulus this month. Possibly waiting for the President Barack Obama’s economy speech later that evening, the Chairman was vague about measures that may be taken.