Tag Archives: land

  • Insider

    Taking The Leap Into The Unknown

    Success strategies for a strange new future
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, January 10, 2020, 6:08 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • Why the next 7 years will be so critical to preparing yourself
    • A realistic strategy for adopting a ‘back to the land’ lifestyle
    • Why the route to our salvation will look like a leap into the unknown
    • Why those who see what’s coming & take action will be those who prosper

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Surf’s Up!, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Today there are 220,000 more humans on the planet than there were yesterday.  Each day a city’s worth of new humans all wanting food, warmth, cars, smartphones and internet.

    Meanwhile, the most important resource of them all, oil, is set to begin waning right around 2030, give or take.

    Once people catch onto the idea that infinite growth is not possible, and that oil is THE limiting resource for a global, just-in-time economic system, everything we think we know about money and politics changes.

    As I am fond of asking, what are stocks worth in a world without growth?

    How will government respond when faced with having to square off against each other for dwindling resources?

    The answers I come up with make me extremely confident that big changes are coming in the near-term.

    Now, what do I mean by near-term?

    I mean that by the year… (Enroll now to continue reading)

     

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    How to Build a Timber Forest Area

    Creating woodland resources
    by Phil Williams

    Monday, April 27, 2015, 7:22 PM

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    I have installed two areas that I would consider my timber forest area and my zone 4. I originally planned for three areas, but I decided against making a timber area in front of the pond as I already have a swale here with fruit trees that I did not want to shade too bad. Also, I have existing forest that is moving in, so I will simply let it go for the area that I want to cover without shading the sun for my fruit trees.

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  • Blog

    Starting Your Investment Plan

    by Travlin

    Tuesday, October 4, 2011, 12:02 AM

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    This post has been elevated from the enrolled forums section. It is the introductory piece of a series on ‘How to construct an Investment Portfolio’ authored by user Travlin (enrolled members can access the entire series here).

    Investment planning should be kept as simple as possible while still meeting your needs. As a self-directed investor, it is important to me to evaluate the situation, define what I want to accomplish, and decide how to get there. I find that putting this in writing helps me organize and clarify my thoughts into a useful assessment. This does not have to follow a rigid format as long as it is coherent. From this I can begin to structure the portfolio I need, but that is a separate topic.

    Below is my latest assessment. It has three parts

    1. Situation Analysis
    2. Investment Needs
    3. Investment Strategy

    This is offered as a model to show you one way it can be done. There are many others. Feel free to use this model as is, or revise it to suit your views and circumstances. 

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