Is History Repeating Itself?

In 1923 the German Reichsmark was worth so little it took a wheelbarrow full of money to purchase a loaf of bread. The Reichsmark was so worthless children used stacks of it as blocks and people burned it to warm themselves.

In 1922 a loaf of bread cost 3 Reichsmarks, but by 1923 it cost 80 BILLION!

What caused the Reichsmark to lose value so quickly? Government debt.

The German government was laden with debt and reparations from World War I that they couldn't repay, so the government printed more and more money.

Sound familiar?

The U.S. government is laden with debt and the institutions and countries holding that debt are currently selling it off as they lose faith in the U.S. government's ability to pay their debts.

100 years after the Weimar Republic collapsed due to unrest over hyperinflation, the U.S. seems to be following a scarily similar trajectory.

We don't share this with you to scare you, but instead to prepare you. As good stewards of our finances and families, it is our duty to be prepared for financial downturns.

Gold is virtually the only liquid asset that is inversely correlated with stocks and bonds. Historically, as inflation increases gold increases.

Protect your savings by investing in gold.


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