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History of money: the lost subject, which you never learned in school

The main reason public educators never tackled this topic was that monetary history was taught privately and only to the elite one percent of world society. Which means that only the ultra-rich were aware of this closely guarded information. The other 99 percent of us were basically out of luck. Monetary history and wealth generation were spoon-fed to the elite one percent. Once they entered the society, they used this valuable information strictly for their benefit, which allowed them to earn 90% of the total wealth generated on the planet.

There is a solution, for those who are constantly striving for success but were never included in that privileged one percent. The answer is to learn and duplicate what other successful people are doing to earn these huge sums of money. Honestly, you can’t expect to learn how to be successful from someone who has never been successful, can you? Of course, no. These elite members of society have very important traits in common that include all of the facts below.

It is evident that throughout history wealth, prosperity, opulence and riches travel within economic cycles, also called “Cycles of Wealth”. These cycles repeat themselves over and over again throughout the ages. If the timing is right, you can benefit from huge windfalls. Understanding these cycles of wealth is the key to proper investing. The elite one percent are either an expert in understanding these cycles or know where to go for immediate access. Most normal investors haven’t even heard the term before.

For the richest people in the world, banks are not the place where money is stored. Your money is actually stored in tangible assets like gold, silver, or real estate. The rich never leave large amounts of cash deposited inside a bank or in a bank safe deposit box. The main reason, in the event of a bank failure or bank run, the markets will crash and your money will likely never be found. As for safe deposit boxes, if a bank goes under, it could be months before the doors open again and you have a chance to get into your safe deposit box. At that point, your box has likely been cleaned. The thief will always get away with it, because these boxes are almost never insured and you would be the only one who would really know the true contents inside the box.

Solid currency is considered hard currency because it actually has tangible assets like gold to back it up, allowing it to be a true store of value. Fiat currency, on the other hand, is not sound currency because it has no tangible assets to back it up. Fiat money is created by government decree within your society and supports the faith of people in that society. Another term for this money is “paper money” or “paper money.” Once faith in that money is lost, it becomes totally useless.

Lately, there has been substantial evidence pointing towards public distrust and lack of confidence in the US dollar. Furthermore, QE3 seems even more evident that money printing and bond purchases will once again resume. These measures are certainly not true solutions to the monetary and fiscal problems that plague the United States and the devaluation (inflation) of its currencies. This amounts to nothing more than a quick patch that allows the fight to resurface, leaving any lasting issues for someone else in the future to iron out.

Central banks have really always been a bad idea and were built to help only the privileged few. America’s own forefathers issued warnings of dire consequences that would befall the American people if bankers were allowed to run the country. Actually, there is nothing “federal” about the United States. Federal Reserve Bank except for its clever name. It’s a Private Bank, that’s all! Run by elite banking families, who profit from every dollar they print at no cost to themselves (with the exception of ink and paper). They have free control and zero responsibility to the US government or its citizens for what or how they do it. They also have full unhindered access to print money and control it. This is by far one of the biggest scams ever conceived in the nation. And surely one of the biggest mistakes made by Congress when it voted on the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.

Regardless of your feelings with the current economic downturn, you can be sure that there is no permanent solution to these problems in sight. Get ready by protecting your assets now. The best solution for this is to invest in physical precious metals like gold and silver. Do what the elite one percent are doing and have done now. Follow their example, as they get rich, you can also benefit along with them. Gold and silver have been true deposits of wealth throughout history. They act like insurance policies, protecting your assets and maintaining their true value regardless of economic conditions.

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