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Cryptocurrency Will End Finance As We Know It – And Soon

By Emma C / June 26, 2019

It’s undeniable that the times are changing- maybe a little too fast- but every day it’s becoming more evident that developments like microchips and cryptocurrency are set to make ‘banking’ as we know it a thing of the past. With Facebook’s recent announcement that it plans to establish an “alternative financial system” based on its […]

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You May Not Recognize It, But It’s Already Here

By Emma C / January 24, 2019

Over time, it seems a large percentage of people have come to believe that the coming collapse will present itself in the form of average Americans going to bed in their suburban neighborhoods and waking up to a Western version of Venezuela. As societies crumble all around the world, the media shows us starving children […]

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Preparing For Economic Disaster: Don’t Get Caught In Debt

By Andrew J. / January 8, 2019

Paying off as much of your debt as you can is the one biggest piece of advice we can give to our fellow preppers. The economy could implode any day. So we’ve put together this easy to follow guide to help you go debt free in 2019. “Most times people take on debt because of […]

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Sweden is Going Cashless, and You Should Be Concerned

By Emma C / January 7, 2019

European countries are continuing their self-destructive trend as Sweden races toward the finish line for becoming the world’s first entirely cashless society. The declines in cash circulation in 2016 and 2017 were the largest in recorded history, with nearly 50% of the country’s 1,400 banks refusing to accept physical money at all. As revealed by […]

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Get Ready: The Real Estate Bubble Is About To Pop

By Emma C / December 4, 2018

As you already know, the federal government has been pumping free money into the banks since 2008, and now- right on schedule- we’re heading for another crisis. We’ve talked about the dangers of this policy before. The housing market has been hot for a long time; the government hands out money like candy, the banks […]

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Woodworking Series: What To Build To Make Profits

By Andrew J. / November 15, 2018

Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you’re making toys, then your target market should be parents who have young children. You would be greatly misplaced if you make the toys in an […]

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Prediction: The Coming Financial Crisis Will Overshadow the Last

By Emma C / October 5, 2018

Peter Schiff, veteran stock broker and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, predicts that although aspects of the forthcoming financial crisis will seem familiar, it will be even more devastating than the crash of 2008. As reported by RT News, he claims that the imminent devastation is due to the fact that “Unfortunately, no lessons were […]

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Review of Off Grid Economic Collapse ‘What If’

By Emma C / June 7, 2018

Here’s a review of a realistic and insightful ‘What If’ scenario created by Off Grid magazine. Most people assume these things will never happen to them, but those are exactly the kind of trusting people who are targeted. Check out the video below to find out how you can prepare to protect both yourself and […]

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The 20 Survival Items You’ll Need When The Economy Collapses

By Andrew J. / June 6, 2018

We hear every about the ever-impending economic collapse- some believe we, as a society, are even due for one. It’s true that after a certain amount of time passes, some kind of implosion is likely to occur. It will seem like the end of the world to a lot of people, but luckily for you, […]

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Signs the Economy Is In Collapse Mode

By Andrew J. / February 29, 2016

As economic turmoil worldwide becomes increasingly apparent, I have been receiving messages from readers expressing some concerns on the public “perception” of collapse. That is to say, there are questions on the average person’s concept of collapse versus the reality of collapse. This is a vital issue that I have discussed briefly in the past, […]