9 things to hoard in the new year
Fear of economic collapse has meant high prices for things like gems and metals -- and rising gun sales. Can you profit from the trend?
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Honey is the new gold!
People are going to realize when times get tough, commodities over precious metals and gems will be the real demand market.
This ignorant writer lost me when he said something about the President seeking a third term. That can't happen unless they change the laws in the next four years....... and that is highly unlikely.
Do you think your advice is a little flawed.? Having a hoard of firearms, not knowing how or where to become proficient or to advocate putting them in a safe to keep them out of children's hands seems as ridiculous as storing gasoline in your house.
Good thing some of us know better. .
Is gold really a great idea? In a breakdown of society whether politically or disaster where will you find someone to give fair exchange rates? How do you make change if what you need is below gold value?
Maybe it would be wiser to devolope a skill you can barter.
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