Greg Hunter – Investment advisor and former Assistant Secretary of Housing Catherine Austin Fitts contends CV19 and vaccines to cure it are all part of the “Going Direct Reset.” Fitts explains, “This is so simple at the root. The central bankers are using the government to shut down the main street economy, and then they are going direct and injecting money into the private equity firms and Wall Street who are running around the country buying things.
Think of this as a leverage buyout of the world. We are being purchased with our own money. Also, we are liable. If you look at all the debt the government is issuing, our assets are liable for that debt. This is a continuation and consolidation of the financial coup that we have been taking about.” Continue reading “Using Disaster Capitalism to Control All Humans [Video]”
Over the years, I have had the challenge of how to manage my money or increase my income. After countless hours of internet searches and conversations with friends and family, I discovered the world of personal finance management.
Personal finance is the process of planning and managing our money as individuals. It involves things like budgeting for those important things, saving, investing and identifying ways to generate income. Learning how to look for ways to cut costs, be it by speaking to AutoInsureSavings.org about who can insure your car or reorganizing what you buy in a month, can be very important.
Here are a few tips I’ve found to be helpful in all matters money that may be helpful to you as well. Continue reading “Tips for Successful Personal Finance Management”
Personal finance isn’t always the most sought after topic when you’re young, but getting a hold of your money situation when you’re young will set you up for a lucrative life.
If you can manage to figure out how to properly juggle and invest your money early, you can spend more time enjoying the spoils of your labor later on in life.
Take this time for research and education. Check out a few finance tips for young adults, and get started on building your family fortune today. Continue reading “Finance Tips For Young Adults”
Between online banking, remote bill pay, and all your different mobile wallets, your money is intricately mingled in cyberspace. Digital theft takes place everyday, but a lot of the risk can be avoided by simply understanding what it takes to keep your money secure.
Most financial companies are consistently working to improve the level of cybersecurity they provide for customers, but ultimately the job comes down to you. You’re only as safe as the precautions you take online. Read through this brief look at five ways to keep your money safe in the digital realm.
Lissa Rankin, MD – By special request from a number of readers, let’s unpack some New Age teachings regarding money. One frustrated reader who asked me to write about this said, “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard from a coach or healer that if I just commit or pray or surrender or vision, ‘the money will show up.’ It feels so abusive to me – and it encourages financial irresponsibility, especially for those who are not wealthy and truly cannot afford it.
Oh, except we’re not supposed to say that, are we? We’re supposed to come up with a verbal workaround because heaven forbid we should say something negative and thereby create it! Then if the money doesn’t show up, you’re shamed for not being invested/ committed/ surrendered enough, for not having done your work, for not being “whatever” enough.
And then they promote the idea that money is ‘just energy,’ that it’s not ‘real’ It really devastates people who are on lower incomes who really need the help and then go into debt in order to get physical/ emotional/ spiritual/ financial healing (that may or may not actually help solve the problem).” Continue reading “Did You Manifest That Money, Or Is It Your Privilege?”