I thought it might be a good Idea to share some more information with you today. As always my goal is to Eliminate Confusion and provide Clarity. I’ve compiled a couple different articles to give you an overview of what’s happening in our economy and present a Financial Solution to it. It’s not even something behind the scenes anymore you can see it everywhere if you are willing to open your eyes and look. Let’s get past complacency, wake up and learn how to control our own destiny. We have been blessed with the ability to think and learn and to make appropriate decisions for our own future. Please do not relinquish your power and God given capabilities to governments and puppet masters that certainly do not have your best interest at heart.
Enjoy and of course feel free to comment or contact me.
Making a Decision is your Financial Solution.
This article is re-posted from: Tony Chou, Aug. 24, 2011
They tell the average American that the financial markets are a pool of easy money, where anyone with some capital can make money out of. They say that even unsophisticated investors can make excellent investment returns each year, just by monitoring their stock portfolio for 20 minutes a day. They advise pensioners to put all their money into buying God-knows-what sort of financial products. And this is exactly where the problem lies. Honest, hard working people are putting their money into the stock market, thinking they can make some easy money! Hard working people are being conned into investing their life savings into the financial markets, hoping that they’ll build up a decent sized nest egg for retirement.
The truth hurts, because there is no such thing as easy money. As we all should know, the stock markets are a zero sum game. That means, for every dollar made in the financial markets, some one else loses a dollar. It’s a simple concept, but the more you think about it, the more depressing the whole picture gets. There are pro investors who are making millions and billions of dollars a year. And then, there are those millions of suckers in the market, each with a couple of thousand dollars to play with, each hoping to make a killing. You have to wonder, who’s going to make money off the other person?
So my point is, investors who are not full time investors simply cannot win at this game. Mom and pop are better off investing in someone else’s investment fund. But then again, they have no knowledge of how to distinguish a good investment fund from the frauds that promise outsized returns every year.”
Kind of a gloomy picture to be sure, but that’s not the end of the story.
So, what can be the real Financial Solution to a problem like that?
“Enter “Crypto Currency” such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc. These “ready for the future” currencies spend like traditional money but are virtual. By that I mean there is no physical coin, certificate or other device that represents value, it is virtual, in a public database known as a “blockchain” that keeps a record of every transaction as well as all the “coins” you own, spend, or acquire.
So right about now your saying that’s crazy, you talk about risk but you’re recommending something that doesn’t exist! Think about that for a moment. Would you say the Internet doesn’t exist? Would you say computer programs don’t exist? In today’s markets, ALL money is represented in digital form at some point in the financial system. You don’t have physical dollars in the bank, you have a number on a ledger.
The major difference is that the bank can change that number at will or take whatever “fees” they want from your accounts without your knowledge or permission. Not so with digital currency. Only the holder of the private key can spend or deduct funds. Anyone can send them to you, only you can send to others. On the surface it’s that simple – you can send or receive money to or from anyone in the world almost instantly, with little or no cost.
But another feature of digital currency is to act as an asset with the ability to appreciate over time. Physical money tends to depreciate. It now takes approximately $30.00 USD to buy what $1.00 USD bought in 1776 when the US became a country. Granted, there are a lot of factors that go into that calculation but, you get the picture. Physical money is on average depreciating.”
Compare that to 3 popular Digital Currencies and their percentage increase last year alone:
Did that peak your interest? Hey, I know that for some of us Baby Boomers it’s hard to get our head around this type of technology. I like simple things. Things that are easy to understand. Whatever you decide to do, just do something. There is a wealth of information out there. I have included some links below that I find extremely helpful. They even offer the ability to earn some additional income if that’s what you’re looking for.
A Financial Solution that might actually make sense…
You can gain a massive education on Digital and Crypto Currencies right here: www.CryptoSmart.info (DoubleClick)
If you are ready to get your hands on some real Gold & Silver assets then take a look at this: www.GoldandSilverSmart.com (DoubleClick)