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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Continuing with part four of Listener Questions.
Having more questions, Rob and Greg continue with Listener Questions on The Preparedness Podcast. – if you would like to advertise or know someone that might, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. – SHOT show – SAR Show West, Dec 4, 5, 6. Listener Questions – Commo – Idea/Observation – perhaps the longer that it takes for the economy to happen, the worse it will be. Like winding up a rubber band. Do we share that view? Fast Packs – would like to see it go 3 or 4 shows. LOL – Jeff from St Louis – thought obstacle would be wife. … Continue reading
The number of healthy people that are getting hit hard by this novel Swine Flu are slowly increasing. It could be simply because we’re hearing more about it in the press, but more likely, the virus is slowly starting to mutate in a more deadlier form. While this Swine Flu virus is no more deadlier than seasonal flu, if you look at what type of people are succumbing to it, you can see that there’s a distinct difference. Many of the people that died from this have had underlying conditions. But an increasing number of the victims are younger, healthier … Continue reading
We’ve been telling you about this for months now, letting you know that things are not rosy at all; that there are no green shoots. As I write this, the UDSX is at 75.261 and dropping like a lead zeppelin (good for music, bad for economy). People are losing faith in the US Dollar, and the American People are going to feel the pain of that loss. Gold is at all-time highs of over $1060/oz and silver is just under $18/oz. Keep in mind that as the dollar falls, imported goods will become more costly, or will simply no longer … Continue reading
Continuing last week’s podcast, Rob and Greg answer listener questions. – gold and silver prices skyrocketing – prepping for old age and assisted living – posting prep tips – basic hand tools – winter storm preps – SHOT Show, SAR Show
Commodities Cycle Won't Be Over for Years and Food Crisis Looms, Rogers Says: Tech Ticker, Yahoo! Finance
Rogers doesn’t give a timeline for this, but it certainly sound ominous: “…instead of getting an MBA, get yourself a farming degree. You’ll make a lot more money.” Read the full article: Commodities Cycle Won’t Be Over for Years and Food Crisis Looms, Rogers Says: Tech Ticker, Yahoo! Finance
Jim Rogers “Quite Sure” Gold Will Hit $2000, Dollar Will Lose Reserve Status Famed investor Jim Rogers is “quite sure gold will go over $2000 per ounce during this bull market.” Rogers’ confidence gold will continue to rally stems from a view the U.S. dollar is on its way to losing status as the world’s reserve currency.
This is the kind of things we need to watch for. I’m not saying that there’s any reason for alarm, because there isn’t – yet. But, as more and more healthy people succumb to the Novel H1N1 (Swine) flu, the greater the chances that the virus is mutating. Right now, we just need to keep watch on this. — Anchorage airman dies of H1N1 complications near Arizona base An airman from Anchorage has died of swine flu complications in Arizona, where he was stationed. Staff Sgt. Shawn Rankin, 25, died early Oct. 4, according to Justin Oakes, spokesman for Luke … Continue reading
We’ve seen this coming for a while now, so we can’t say that it’s a surprise. The demise of the US Dollar is all but sealed, hope you’re prepared. BBC NEWS | Business | Russia and China eye $5.5bn deals Russia and China eye $5.5bn deals Join our discussion on this on The Preparedness Podcast Forum.
It’s a misconception that assumes that the terms survival and preparedness are interchangeable. They are not. Once you’ve bought into the notion that you should be better prepared for those times when life throws you a monkey wrench, you begin to research everything you can get your hands on to learn more. As Greg points out in another post below, back in the day (70s, 80s) all we had for resources were some magazine subscriptions and the local library. Both of which provided a large assortment of great material, but with the Internet, it’s so much easier to find information. … Continue reading