Chris Speaking at Sunderland, MA Library

Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Mon, Mar 25, 2013 - 10:33pm

Title: “A Dangerous Experiment With Money.  Why Our Future Is At Risk”

The Federal Reserve and other central banks are running the largest and riskiest monetary experiment in all of human history.  Without constant growth our financial and economic systems begin to break down.  At the same time the world’s resources upon which all growth depends are getting more expensive, more dilute, deeper and/or more distant.   The collision between these concepts has already begun and arming yourself with the right information will prove to be essential to your current decision making and future prosperity.

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Event Details
Date: 
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm EDT
Location: 
Sunderland Library
20 School Street Community Room
Sunderland, MA 01375
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Cost: 

free

Contact Information
Phone: 
413-665-2642

4 Comments

gillbilly's picture
gillbilly
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Looking forward to it!

I will be able to make this tonight. Bringing along the friend who recommended the CC. Hope to see many of you there!

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MrAmmo
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Hi there   will you be

Hi there

    will you be posting a podcast of the speech?

 

thank you

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Adam Taggart
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If one is recorded, we will

MrAmmo -

It's not clear to me yet whether the library recorded Chris' talk or not. If it did and I'm able to get the file, we'll post it here.

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gillbilly
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Awesome!

To use one of the words you used tonight Chris, your talk was "awesome." It was great to hear the main points of the Crash Course reiterated (so important!), and there was a lot of new information to digest. As I watched you put one exponential chart up after another, the two big take-aways for me were, one, building new narratives, and two, the quality of life for all. Our way of life has strayed to value quantity over quality, but deep down what we really desire is quality.

The FED is printing money like crazy (quantity), and yet quality of life for most is deteriorating.

We have a huge government (quantity), but it can't qualitatively correct the moral hazard which will eventually create the crash we expect.

We are surrounded by lots of stuff everywhere, in our home, our workplace, our public spaces, etc., and we have to spend an inordinate amount of time trying keep all this stuff from decaying, which leave very little quality time.

We are trying to do too much and always faster, but have very little time relax and reflect.

Resillience is the way to step off the train, experience life, smell the roses, value your own labor, not have to compare or compete, love your family, give back to your community, be spiritual. These to me are all about quality. I can only hope these will be the new narratives.

Peace and Thank You

 

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