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Build the Homestead of Your Dreams Completely Debt-Free

By Emma C / June 21, 2019

Modern homesteading doesn’t typically come with all the same risks and difficulties as it did decades ago, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy, by any means. In addition to the usual challenges that come with working the land, there is one challenge you can always count on cropping up: money. While money is an issue […]

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The Top Four Precious Metals That AREN’T Gold

By Emma C / September 26, 2018

The phrase ‘precious metals’ typically brings two specific elements to mind: silver and gold. While gold still holds its position as the sort of ‘universal’ precious metal (the luxury watch, the extravagant jewelry), it’s oftentimes mistakenly thought of as the only thing out there because it’s all that’s advertised. The truth is that there are countless ‘precious […]

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How to Prep Effectively and Efficiently…On a Budget

By Andrew J. / June 8, 2018

In an emergency situation, you want to have a number of supplies that you can fall back on to ensure your survival, health, and safety. This requires collecting and maintaining a decent amount of those supplies even though you may never need them. Altogether, these supplies – including food and water stockpiles, first aid supplies, […]

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How to Safeguard Your Valuables in Times of Crisis

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

During a time of crisis, more often than not, law enforcement will be extremely busy and unable to uphold the law efficiently. There’s just too much happening and not enough officers to handle the chaos. When the cat is away, the mice will play. Crime will start to skyrocket with more looting, vandalism, thefts, assaults, […]

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Discover Why Financial Preparedness Is Crucial For Preppers

By Emma C / May 14, 2018

Most preppers and survivalists usually think of food storage, first aid, wilderness survival, and other skills when they think of being prepared. One of the most crucial points is often neglected. Here’s the truth: Even during tough times, you absolutely need money. In fact, now more than ever before it becomes a priority. During the […]

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4 Tips For Preppers To Become Financially Prepared

By Emma C / April 9, 2018

Financial preparedness in prepper terms refers to having enough money to not only buy stocks and supplies but you should also have enough stashed away to allow you to immediately evacuate to another place should the need arise. Oftentimes when people are asked to evacuate by the authorities they stay put because they just do […]

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Prepping Like a Pro Without Breaking the Bank

By Andrew J. / June 4, 2016

Preparation is always the key to surviving whatever life throws at you. Some people try to be prepared for short term situations because they usually think along the lines that life will go back to normal quickly. If you’re prepared to rough it without electricity or being able to run down to the store to […]

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What It REALLY Costs to Prepare

By Andrew J. / January 21, 2016

I recently read on another survival site the discussion over how much cash to sock away for a rainy SHTF and/or how much to Survivalspend in prepping. The consensus of the replies was that $1000 sounded about right for a starting budget for prepping. I don’t know the parameters of the question posed on a […]

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The Feds Want Your Cash

By Andrew J. / November 19, 2015

It might sound like a conspiracy theory spun by right-wing crazies. But judging by the increasing desperation of governments to reboot the world economy, it just might happen. “It” is the recall or confiscation of cash, i.e., dollars, euros, pounds, etc., in physical form. And a key justification that those calling for this radical measure […]

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Now Might Be the Time to Buy Gold

By Andrew J. / October 3, 2015

One of our long-running themes here is that the truly historic and massive flows of gold from West to East is (someday) going to stop, for the simple reason that there will be no more physical bullion left to move. It’s just a basic supply vs. demand issue. At current rates of flow, sooner or […]

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