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Asset and Wealth Protection

Personal Liberty focuses on conservative Americans who understand the importance of independent thought in the quest to grow and protect their financial assets, and are seeking to achieve financial freedom.


New Year's Resolutions Can Protect Assets

In addition to that new diet or gym membership, Americans may also want to take a new look at their finances and weatherproof their homes this year, which can save families across the country substantial amounts of money on heating or cooling bills in the long term.

Investment Forecast for 2010: The Dollar’s Demise Sets the Table

Washington is trying to jump-start the economy with unprecedented amounts of money. Yet the old economist adage holds, “It’s like pushing on a string.” Unless there is demand for money by willing lenders and borrowers the economy is not going to improve. What is going to happen is a train wreck for the dollar. Read this article to get John Myers’ predictions for 2010…

Treasury Admits Obama's Foreclosure Prevention Program Falls Short

In a rare display of self-criticism, officials from the Treasury Department admitted that the government’s mortgage modification program has helped only a small percentage of borrowers facing foreclosures.

Trust… Hard to Acquire, Easy to Lose

We are living in challenging times, with change being the constant. Many of us are experiencing information overload with simply too much “stuff” to digest and act on. Many institutions, companies and individuals we thought were safe are in trouble. Read this article learn which investment you can always trust…

Expert Offers Portfolio Advice As Dollar Keeps Falling

As the U.S. dollar has fallen some 15 percent against the euro since March 2009, and it is widely expected to continue to weaken further, financial experts believe those who would like to protect their wealth and assets may consider changes to their portfolios.

Is it “Un-American” to Go Offshore? The Thin Line Between Financial Patriotism and Financial Suicide

Despite the occasional financial excursion abroad, human nature dictates that most folks prefer to make and save money at home. We tend to be comfortable with the familiar and seemingly less threatening domestic economy of our home nation, even if the government is as near to bankruptcy as America and the United Kingdom. Read this article to learn some of the advantages of off-shore investing for financial survival…

Study: Most 401(k) Participants Have Made Money Since 2007

The Vanguard Group, a provider of company-sponsored retirement plans, has recently announced that the typical 401(k) participant currently has more money in their account than they had before the market declined in September 2007.

Federal Reserve To Keep Interest Rates Low, Citing Uncertain Job Market

Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee’s meeting which took place earlier this month have been released and they suggest that the Federal Reserve believes the effects of the recession will be felt well into 2012, although it has trimmed its unemployment forecast.

Interesting Days Ahead For The Dollar And Gold

Almost daily the price of gold is reaching new heights. So where are we headed from here? Read this article to learn where gold is headed near-term, and what is in store for the precious metal long term…

Critics Say Fed’s Overdraft Rules Are ‘Not Enough’

Recently, the Federal Reserve said that beginning next July financial institutions will be prohibited from charging overdraft fees without their clients’ consent.

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