Silver as an investment

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If Student Loans Were Honest

College is going to be one of the biggest investments of your life… …which is why you should just trust what the student loan companies tell you without even thinking twice about how much you could be screwed after school has ended.

Consumerism ‘Softens’ The Reality Of Powerlessness

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Consumerism is a simulacrum of real economic agency. There is perhaps no better metric of class in America than personal power–what is known as agency: the power to influence or transform one's circumstances in a a self-directed manner. Those with agency have power, those without agency (or […]

Getting Rich Is Largely About Luck (Just Don’t Tell The Wealthy)

Via The Conversation, The UK suffers from the highest levels of income inequality in Europe – partly because of the delusions of its rich. In countries where the rich have less, they tend to be less delusional, about themselves, about other people, about what is possible, and about why some become rich. In the UK, […]

44Connected: Just a Number – Michael Tsarion

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food.