addendum to The Key to Everything
Post From KTFA By Memphis » March 21st, 2014,
Last week we opened a discussion into what I believe is a topic of vital importance to all Americans. This discussion is especially of value to those Americans who have the economic means to actually prepare, to do something about it. As such, the time spent learning will surely pay dividends to YOU in the days ahead.
Tho relatively few people have caught the value in this material and feel no need to become informed, this should not deter us. I estimate that less than 1% of the people that I work with could even begin to engage me in a conversation on such matters and so at some point we must all accept reality and continue forward, not looking back....
To the reader, I hope to bring some more blogs this weekend and if you have followed all of my essays this month then this one should be of great interest to you as well.
We opened last week with an introduction in which I spoke to a fork in the road, a coming event that will establish our nation on one of two divergent paths with neither being an especially desirable one!
Remember that? Well, subsequent to that, I offered a two part essay from a man named Jim Rickards that I proposed as a possible "worst case" scenario, a reflection of what might unfold if our congress rejects the IMF 2010 Code of Reforms.
Today Simon Black's email blog contains a 23min interview (conversation) with Jim Rickards and it speaks directly to our studies. Enjoy. Blessings, Memphis
p.s. My ONLY "beef" in this interview is that Mr. Rickards stops short in speaking to the specifics of the Code of Reforms. When he seems to be getting into such details he quickly stops and refers to his new book. :-) Still tho, his words go far beyond what you will hear from any of our media outlets and so I applaud him.
March 21, 2014 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile
Episode 3 of our Sovereign Man Podcast is here-- this time with acclaimed financial author Jim Rickards.
Jim is one of the sharpest minds in finance out there... and he's in an incredibly unique position.
On one hand, he gets it. He understands clearly that printing money and going into debt is not the path to prosperity.
On the other hand, Jim is a consummate insider. Due to his unique background, Jim has unparalleled access to administration officials and key figures at the Federal Reserve.
So he gets his information straight from the horse's mouth.
I'm fortunate to be able to talk to Jim frequently-- he is one of my links to the inner sanctum of monetary policy.
A few weeks ago I passed along his insights to members of our premium service-- Sovereign Man: Confidential, in which Jim gave some really sharp investment advice.
Yesterday I spoke to him again. And this time I wanted to pass along his thoughts to our entire audience.
You can check out this week's episode directly from the iTunes store here:
or from our website:
If you like the episodes we've brought you so far, please take a quick moment to leave a review in the iTunes Store so more people can find us.
I also strongly recommend checking out Jim's books-- Currency Wars, and his brand new one, The Death of Money.