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Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by James_Newman, Jun 14, 2007.
Should I be buying gold?
As long as you feel you can hold onto it when the gov't tries to confiscate it.
Didn't he also arrange it so European banks would benefit from the interest earned on S.S. accounts ?
The late '90's incident Mr. Newman references in his post killed the electronics industry in Massachusetts, and is the reason I moved to Montana. I hated it, at the time, but it has turned into quite a blessing.
God is in control. Praise him. Amen.
Interest on SS accounts? Don't believe that rubbish. SS money has always gone into the general fund and paid for current expenses. The SS law requires it.
As in previous crashes, people who have not gambled on the stock market and who have not borrowed money to buy toys and who have not bought more house than they can afford and who have kept a cash emergancy fund will do OK.
Even those with money in stocks will be OK, if a) the invest in sound companies and don't jump on any bubbling bandwagons, such as the tech bubble of the 90's and b) hold onto it and weather out the downturn.
Global economy faces 'chaos' - World Economic Forum
How can a company with no record of profits be an "investment?"