Monthly Archives: October 2010

Global Food Shortage + Global Economy Collapse = Hyperinflationary Food Prices

  I’ve been saying for a couple of years now that we’re looking at a global food crisis and with it, much higher food prices. That’s without an economic collapse. When the economy goes belly up, food prices are going to skyrocket (more than they are now). ? Stock up on food now while it’s still (relatively) cheap. Rob  

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The Preparedness Podcast #85 – Perspectives on Owning Gold Pt. 2

?(Listen to The Preparedness Podcast on any of your favorite audio players.  Find us in iTunes here: Preparedness Podcast iTunes Link</a> or go to for direct links to the audio files.)   ?Perspectives on America, Short Takes on Wealth – 115 G O L D “In the long run, the gold price has to go up in relation to paper miney. There is no other way. To what price? That depends on the scale of inflation – and we know that inflation will continue.” – Nicholas L. Deak This is Jeff Bennett for the Preparedness Podcast, with another installment … Continue reading

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Wal-Mart's Prices Rise to Highest in Almost Two Years – Bloomberg

We covered this in a recent podcast, how we were starting to notice that the prices at Wal-mart were increasing. Now, this is getting mainstream attention as, I think, it’s another indicator that things aren’t going well for the economy. Yes, we keep hearing about how much things are getting better, but as we’ve been pointing out, they are not. If you’ve been taking our advice and putting together a list of news and informational resources on the Internet and checking them regularly (an RSS reader makes this pretty easy), you should have noticed that nearly everywhere is sounding the … Continue reading

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