3 Simple Steps to Protect Yourself

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3 Simple Steps to Protect Yourself

March 14, 2016 | Gunner Steele

3 Simple Steps to Protect Yourself

Last week I promised you that I would send you a simple plan to protect yourself from the War on Cash. So I'm going to give it to you now. These steps will protect you from the War on Cash and general financial ruin.

Of course, I really need more ROOM and more TIME to explain it all, but nevertheless this simple guide will help you ensure that you and your family are safe and protected no matter what happens.

1. Diversify your savings internationally in multiple currencies.
This might sound difficult and complicated, but its not. And if you are a wet fish*, you might think that having foreign bank accounts is illegal or unpatriotic or something ridiculous like that. The truth is that having your money in foreign bank accounts is smart.

(*Remember a "wet fish" is someone who doesn't recognize how propagandized they are and how much they believe in false ideas because of their lifetime immersion in a single environment—it comes from the maxim that a fish doesn't know that its wet).

Think about it—its your money. Its your life. Don't call yourself FREE if you're not free to do what you want with your money.

Now the key here is diversification. No investor is foolish enough to put all of their eggs in one basket, but too many people keep all of their savings in one currency (and sometimes in one bank). This is not wise.

You should hold a portion of your money in a foreign bank account, which are actually stronger, more capitalized, and more liquid than they are in the USA anyway. Yup, many foreign banks are actually "safer" places to hold your money than US banks. This is because they have more money and less risk. Simple as that.

Its also safer because it means that it is not as easy for an American bureaucrat to seize or freeze all of your money for no good reason—or illegally. It happens all the time to innocent people and it destroys their lives.

Remember the Christian bakers who had all of their savings, including their tithing money, seized from their bank accounts and given to the lesbian couple who sued them for "offending them" by not baking them a wedding cake? Well, they would still have that money today if they saved it (or at least a portion of it) in a foreign bank account.

And they could live off of that money, spend that money, and do anything they want with that money, including rebuilding their business, because it would all be accessible online or through debit cards. Its not complicated. It works the same way your debit cards work. Its on the same systems. Everything is essentially the same—only the bank that holds your money (e.g. Hong Kong, Singapore, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, etc.) is safer and more secure.

I recommend Asian and Caribbean banks. Banking in the EU is just as bad, if nor worse, than the USA.

2. Keep some gold and silver.
Gold and silver are universal forms of money. They always have been and they always will be. Now, its pretty obvious that you're not going to go out and trade gold like you would for basic cash transactions (like for gas or groceries, etc.).

But, gold and silver are basically the ultimate form of monetary insurance. If any financial system collapses, gold and silver will still be considered "money."

So keep some on hand. And keep some in a protected place (in a safe bank) or overseas in your portfolio.

I agree with other experts who look at gold like cash—don't keep ALL of it in your wallet where you have immediate access to it. But, keep some of it in your wallet so you do have immediate access to a small portion if you need it in a hurry.

3. Keep some physical cash on hand.
Take a portion of your savings and hold it in cash. This means that no matter what happens, you'll generally be safe and protected.

If capital controls are initiated—you're fine. If currencies or financial systems collapse, you're still safe and protected.

In short, having cash on hand will buy you time. And as long as you've followed steps 1 and 2 above, having a portion of your savings in cash will buy you enough time to keep yourself safe, protected, and free—no matter what.

For example, you'll have enough money to buy food, gas, pay your rent or mortgage, or buy a ticket to get on a plane for you and your family.

And be sure to avoid higher denominations of cash because the big governments all over the world are already targeting them. In some countries they are being banned as we speak. So avoid $100 USD, €500 euro, and 1,000 Swiss francs.

These 3 steps, which are all easier to do than they might sound, are just 3 little pieces of your overall financial plan, and one leg in your personal "Freedom Formula."

And that's what we're here to do—to help you live like a true "free man." Free to do what you want, go where you want, say what you want, and live your life according to the dictates of your conscience. Without anybody overlording you—telling you that you can't do this, you can't do that, you can't say this, you can't say that, and you can't go there, etc.

My mom and dad used to have that kind of power over me. But guess what? I grew up. And so did you. Its time we all grew up and showed governments with our votes and our actions that they don't own us anymore. We're all grown up now.

Until next Monday, I'm yours in Freedom,
Gunner Steele
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