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Will our living standards ever recover?


For all the good news about the UK’s recovery, economists have long been scratching their heads about Britain’s ‘productivity puzzle’. Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show there was no pick up in labour productivity in the last ...

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John Oliver: Student Debt


John Oliver discusses student debt, which is awful, as well as for-profit colleges, who are awfully good at inflicting debt upon us. Source The Big Picture Looking for a secure way to buy physical gold and silver? GoldMoney company offers ...

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Five things never to buy from a bank


Banks and building societies offer dozens of different products – some better than others. Here we name five to avoid. ‘Tied Isas’ Banks used to sell investment Isas to all and sundry. But following a crackdown on hidden fees and ...

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Mike Maloney’s Forum For A Monetary Solution


Since we released the first season of Hidden Secrets of Money, one of the most common questions we receive is ‘What can we do?’. The problems that we face are so massive that no one person has the ability to ...

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How to Find Shelter from the Coming Storms?


1. Don’t count on pensions maintaining their current purchasing power as the promises issued in previous eras are not sustainable going forward. 2. Lowering the cost of one’s lifestyle. 3. Establishing roots in a community of like-minded people. 4. Lessen ...

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GOLD AND SILVER AND THE COLLAPSE OF THE PRESENT PARADIGM The banker’s house of cards is built on a foundation of paper money. In the beginning, gold and silver provided the stability that paper cannot offer. In 1971, gold was ...

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People Will Be Wiped Out In Coming Crash


Chris Martenson, who holds a PhD in pathology and an MBA, contends 2008 was just a warm up to a much bigger calamity. Martenson says, “2008 was the shot across the bow, and that’s when our credit experiment broke, and ...

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The Solution to the Declining Middle Class


The solution to the erosion of the middle class lifestyle is to destroy debt and other fixed costs and eliminate self-sabotaging discretionary consumption. In general, the costs of untradable services (healthcare, higher education, government) and the rot of financialization have ...

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Best Financial Advice to Grandkids


The best thing you can do to ensure the financial security of your grandkids isn’t to give them money or wealth, though that would be helpful to them. Sound advice based on the latest research and your experience is what ...

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9 Common Pursuits That Rob Us of Happiness


“Happiness is not a destination, it’s a way of life.” Happiness. We look for it in different places. Some of us hope to buy it. Some think we can earn it. Others look for it in a new job, a ...

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