3 Simple Monetary Terms With Huge Meanings

Jun 6, 2014 | Uncategorized

We are now fourteen years into the new century and if you would have told me that the country I knew as a kid would be a thing of the past I would have never believed you. What’s now in the distant past are those days of letting your kids play outside without worry, cheap gasoline, or going to the store to buy a fifty cent candy bar.

The good ol’ days are a thing of the past and there’s no telling what lies ahead. The one thing I can guarantee is that we are living in the most predictable and catastrophic times in human history. I say predictable because it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how bad the world as a whole has become. Things can be catastrophic because there are several threats to our well-being underway. The type of threats that make the past wars, depressions and unrest seem minuscule.

What am I talking about?  I am talking about one of the worst things that can happen to you besides losing your health. I am talking about the thing you’ve come to value. YOUR MONEY Imagine in the blink of an eye everything you’ve worked hard for is gone…your savings, checking, and retirement. I mean everything.

Well, you might be thinking that’s impossible but it’s not. Why? It’s happening right now in front of your eyes.

We are living in the worst times in human history because you are being robbed daily and don’t even know it. Here are a few words you should consider before you say I’m crazy. These words will soon become a part of your vocabulary and it will not be by choice. Two of these terms are modern day words that up until now were not even in the English vocabulary. Now due to our modern day economic policies in the western world these words will and have altered your future already. These words in no particular order are as follows:

1. Inflation

2. Quantitative Easing/ Bail Outs

3. Bail Ins

The words above are setting up what will be the greatest transfer of earned labor in human history. Time is money and your money reflects the time you’ve spent earning it. Consider it gone. The words above have to do with your money but all in different ways. At the end of the day they are all meant to slowly but surely steal the only reason we need and use the money. These terms rob you of your purchasing power as well as the ability to acquire goods and services for your survival.

The three monetary terms above might not mean anything to you now, but these words are definitely worth educating yourself on soon. The better you can understand how those words relate to your money the better equipped you will be for the future.

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