Gold Business-Financial Protocols of The New Elite
There are times in history when neither current events nor future trends spare those who are unprepared for the absolutes of irrevocable change; which for many, a series of challenging experiences will await them in the near future as a result of either inaction based upon the inevitable; or blatant ignorance, both of which will yield the same unpleasant results.
This brings me to an averred observation of the great depression of the 1930s; there were distinctly three environmental character traits common among the people at that time that lived in and worked during the worst of those times.
This observation is helpful as to demonstrate the indispensable attributes which are of great value today as they were in 1933; a note of warning, the examples presented are for tips and strategies only not a panacea of all things appropriate for current realities.
Characteristic.1 Persons who were industrious with strong entrepreneurial attributes; often educated with strong and close family ties; well connected throughout the business and academia circles as well as religious or Masonic affiliations; this group thrived during this period.
Characteristic.2 Persons who were hard working sometimes educated, thrift with strong to marginal family ties who also were either religious or in some cases not religious but may have opted for more special interests such as unions or special interest political groups; these persons got by on what they could earn or generate based upon their willingness to broaden their connections and contacts within the environment.
Characteristic.3 Persons who were primarily laborers lacking basic education often from rural areas or city slums privy to crime and the like, usually from strong to fractured family backgrounds, these persons commonly came from very religious backgrounds often denied or without access to resources or of having connections of any significance, this group usually suffered disproportionately among the three groups.
History as it is written is a lesson book more than it is a history book; because as a matter of record, the numbers today are one hundred times what they were in the 1930s regarding groups 2 & 3; these are the lessons of ages which are never learned by those who only see the next pay check vs. the next opportunity to generate what constitutes wealth.
Making up for lost time and wasted resources inevitably brings us back to precious metals and real assets of enduring value; this fact can never be undone, when all of the derivatives and credit has destroyed people’s ability to sustain them, what tangibles of enduring value stands out among the ruins of paper promises, gold and silver bullion most favored for new opportunities as well as natures abundance.