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    The Price Of A Good Idea

    Few things are more valuable than wisdom
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, October 9, 2020, 9:00 PM

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    What is the price of a good idea?

    Think back on some of the most useful lessons learned over the course of your life. Maybe it was an insight into how to invest smarter. Or how to leverage a key ability of yours better at work. Or a technique for improving your relationships with the important people in your life. Or how to be more effective at managing your valuable time.

    Now, if you could magically teach your past self that lesson a decade or two (or three!) sooner in life, how much would you pay for that chance, knowing how valuable that insight will be to the younger you?

    Thousands of dollars? Hundreds of thousands? Millions?

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    Bitcoin Made Simple

    Finally explained in plain English by a respected crypto expert
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, October 9, 2020, 9:14 AM

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    Whether you understand it or not, Bitcoin and other ‘distributed ledger’ technologies are spreading at an accelerating rate across the world.

    Odds are very high they will disrupt and transform nearly every business model in today’s economy, much in the same way the advent of the Internet did.

    But most people are still unfamiliar with this new technology, and concerned that their lack of understanding may leave them obsolete dinosaurs in the coming future should crypto indeed change the nature of money and commerce.

    This is why we’ve brought on this week’s guest expert, Alex Saunders, respected Bitcoin/blockchain/crypto maven to demystify the topic and explain it all to us in plain layman’s English.

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    Welcome To Easter Island

    We're making the same mistakes with our essential resources
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, October 2, 2020, 7:55 PM

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    The recent US presidential debates were nearly completely devoid of sense.  What were they even saying?  Was any of it important to our future?  How did any of their words get us closer to a vision for sustainable future?

    Of course, the answer is that virtually nothing in the debates had anything to do with a future based on careful resource stewardship.

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    James Grant: Why Market Risk Is Near The Highest In History

    A Wall Street legend weighs in
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, October 2, 2020, 10:22 AM

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    Simply put, James Grant is one of the most respected market analysts and historians on the planet.

    So when an expert like him warns that today’s markets are at one of the most dangerous levels of speculation in history, we all better be paying close attention.

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    Fauci politics over science

    Fauci Places Politics Over Science (and your health)

    Yes, I'm disappointed
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 6:45 PM

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    The main health authority in the US is placing politics over science.  We’re running out of reasonable excuses for why this might be.  But the science is clear, or at least not nearly as settled as Fauci claims.

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    EARLY BIRD Discount Expires Tomorrow!

    Be sure to lock in this LOWEST price for our upcoming seminar
    by Adam Taggart

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 3:57 AM

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    This is a reminder to register now for Peak Prosperity’s upcoming Oct 24-25 digital seminar if you haven’t already. There are only a few days left to save up to 39% before the Early Bird Price discount expires. REGISTER NOW!   And I’m also happy to report that the list of expert speakers for the…

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    Second lockdowns unnecessary

    Economic Impacts of Second Lockdown Will Be Severe

    Data says unnecessary too
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, September 28, 2020, 9:04 AM

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    There’s a growing wave of calls for second lockdowns of European areas.   Some are already under more severe restrictions on gatherings and permitted business activity. But are they really necessary? That’s what I explore in this video. I’m also trying out new technology to see if it works better than “the disembodied voice.” Now with…

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    1971: The Year That Changed Everything

    The trajectory of nearly every facet of our way of life shifted massively
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, September 25, 2020, 9:38 AM

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    The year 1971 saw the trajectories of nearly every major trend relative to our way of life shift massively.

    This week’s guest experts, Ben Prentice and Collin, founders of WTFHappenedIn1971.com, explain how virtually all of these changes are a direct or indirect result of the monetary system “breaking” that year with the Nixon Shock and the end of the Bretton Woods System.

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    Collapse Is A Process, Not An Event

    How does one ‘get ahead’ during hard times?
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, September 18, 2020, 9:01 PM

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    We’re entering a period of time when the major systems that have supported humanity are going to fail.

    Or, put more accurately: they are already failing.

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    Market Update: DC/Wall Street Insider Predicts Coming Shock

    The Fed is recklessly driving us towards an unavoidable reckoning
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, September 18, 2020, 10:08 AM

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    When asked what the biggest risks facing the economy are, David Stockman, lifelong Capital Hill and Wall Street insider, says “That’s easy. There are three: The Fed, The Fed and the Fed.”

    After decades of misguided policy and chronically missing its targets, Stockman thinks the Federal Reserve is truly barreling off the rails now, hurtling our market economy towards disaster.

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