The Value of Barter

Over the last so many thousands of years, the system of commerce in this world has changed, and grown to a place where we no longer think in terms of bartering for our needs and wants, but in terms of currency for our wants and needs. When we want a bushel of corn and twenty […]

Preparedness and the Price of a Donkeys Head

There seems to be a lot of pressure today to invest in gold and silver for the coming times. Ostensibly, this investment will tide you through the rough times a comin’ down the road. But the question begs to be asked, will gold and silver really help me survive the coming times? The answer to […]

Your Cashless Future

One of the “Oh Boy!” things we have to look forward to as preppers and survivalists is the coming cashless future we will all inevitably be forced to endure. In some aspects this can be a good thing, but in reality it means that we will no longer have individual sovereignty over our own finances. […]

Surviving the crash of the Euro

One of the aspects of preparedness and survival revolves around the monetary world, but unfortunately for too many of us neglect to keep tabs on what is happening in the money arena. This article from Money and Markets explains some of the issues the latest European tragedy to occur, the falling Euro. Claus Vogt makes […]

Pocket Change for Survival

As the economy continues to decline and we start to realize what lays ahead for us, a discussion keeps cropping up over what kind of investment should we make for the coming times. We know that we will have to buy some sort of supplies or other needs, but will we be able to simply […]