Skip to comments.Becoming An Invisible Man Could Save Your Wealth--Trace Mayer 25.Apr.2012
Posted on 04/25/2012 3:27:15 PM PDT by appeal2
Trace Mayer and I sat down for lunch together in Manhattan today. We discussed the impending collapse, how governments will sustain themselves, and why it all means bad news for you. Trace, an author and proprietor of www.RunToGold.com, believes the current dollar/currency crisis could go on for many more years. My personal opinion is we're a lot closer to the end, than the beginning; perhaps, we're just one Black Swan away.
In any event, there are many strategies available for you to avoid suffering a disastrous fate, but you must act soon. The government, with its insatiable demand for cash to fund its overblown and inefficient operations, is going to be eliminating many of the techniques that you can now use. So, better to do it soon than to see all your options get cancelled out.
Listen to the Interview Here
Methinks they had lunch together..
I’d be interested in a summary in text.
I’m just not into listening to an interview, unless it’s on a podcast and I’m doing something else.
So an interview link on FR does little for me.
Myself as well.
These websites and Dr. Dooms lose credibility at warp factor 9 when you listen to them for 15 minutes, and they still don't cut to the chase.
You listen for another 10 minutes, and they are hawking a subscription to their monthly newsletter for ONLY $15.99 per month!
Yea yea.......gold.....inflation...monthly newsletter.....deflation.....government out of control.....monthly newsletter....banks......debt......riots...monthly newsletter.....food....guns...monthly newsletter.....sustainable farming......seed....monthly newsletter.....
That goes double for the little twerp with his white board and markers, who drones on and on about foods, holistic nutrition, and other stuff, who takes forever to get to the punchline....which always is a pitch for some newsletter or some other crap.
One way is to become a blogpimp. Who ever heard of Klerry Nuts?
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