- Why it’s far better to be a year early than a date late when preparing for crisis
- Why I’m issuing a rare Alert
- What’s causing me to release this Alert now
- My relocation criteria
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As we say often here at Peak Prosperity: When it comes to preparing for crisis, it’s far better to be a year early than a day late.
I’m perfectly willing to be early on timing, as long as I get the direction right.
For example, I invested heavily in gold and silver beginning in 2001. My first purchases of gold were at $300/oz. Silver at $4.53/oz.
I was early. Prices didn’t really start taking off until 2006.
The bulk of these purchases happened after the sale of my house in 2003 when I had ~$250,000 of gains I had to do something with. I rolled all of it into bullion.
I was early on selling my house, too. The housing market didn’t roll over until 2007.
Was I early on calling a housing bubble? Yep. Was I correct? Again, yes. Looking back does it matter that I was early to both the housing correction and precious metals rallies? Not at all.
Here again I can state with equal conviction that we each need to be prepared for massive changes coming. If that sounds vague it’s because they are going to impact virtually everything and every system we hold dear.
Political. Ecological. Financial. Cultural. Social. Our lives. People we know. Our communities. All of them. Every. Single. One.
Massive debts, insufficient resources, rising pollution, collapsing food webs, and a near incomplete ability to have a proper national or global dialog about any of these things. That’s what is setting the trajectory.
Now, I very rarely send out Alerts. An Alert is triggered if and only if I come across information that causes me to personally take action.
Which I why I’m now issuing an Alert that after nearly 20 years of living in the same geography, I’m relocating. Recent events have accelerated to the point that I’m no longer comfortable in my current location.
My top priorities: more land, a more robust local community that shares my passion for resilience, and state government that has greater respect for the individual and personal liberty.
Specifically, I’m placing the greatest value on… (Enroll now to continue reading)