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Episode 144 – What Can We Expect Going Forward After The Election

            Now that the election is over, we need to move past the red and blue teams and take a realistic look at where we’re headed.  As I’ve mentioned before, it doesn’t matter who’s in charge, we’re still going to go over that financial cliff; and we need to be prepared for that. As I’ve mentioned several times, I don’t get into politics very often on the podcast because being prepared is non-political, as well as non-religious.  However, I think too many people have been assuming that things were going to be different after the election. … Continue reading

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QE3: Get Ready For Hyperinflation!

Here’s a recipe for disaster: “…the Fed will keep injecting money into the economy until growth picks up and unemployment starts dropping significantly.” QE1 and QE2 didn’t work, so now we need QE3. You would think that they’d learn, but remember, these are the same people that didn’t see the 2008 Recession coming and said that everything was fine. Until it wasn’t fine. Not to mention, can you point to anyone, besides bankers, that was actually helped by QE1 or 2? Me neither. [From QE3: Reactions to the Fed’s big stimulus move – ] On Thursday, the Federal Reserve announced yet … Continue reading

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Episode 6 – Starting a Preparedness Plan

  Rob and Greg discuss starting a preparedness plan, staying informed and current events. Remember you can find us at PrepCast.info, which is our portal to the forum and our blog. THING TO KEEP MIND: For almost every event, life will return to normal. Topics: Planning contingency planning trigger events family planning financial planning evacuation planning planning for different scenarios game playing – what if’s? Use the Preparedness Capability Checklist, it’s a tool that will help you prepare more efficiently. Resources: Hyperinflation information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperinflation RSOE Havaria Emergency and Disaster Information Service: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/ declaration of homestead – good overviews: http://www.motherearthnews.com/Modern-Homesteading/1982-07-01/Stop-Financial-Downfall.aspx http://law.freeadvice.com/estate_planning/asset_protection/homestead-exemptions.htm … Continue reading

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Everyday Food Items You Can Stock Up On Now

As we’ve said before, preparing can be a daunting and sometimes, overwhelming task. They key is to start small and gradually increase our supply of items; and to remain focused so as not to get distracted and completely focus on one area over another. Here is a list of everyday food items that many of us use. These items are relatively inexpensive, take up little space, and can be easily found. These are also items that will be subject inflation and “supply and demand” issues; and if the supply is disrupted, will quickly become scarce. Peanut Butter Rice and Pastas … Continue reading

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