Why Women Are Bad With Money? - MGTOW
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Osmium: The Revolutionary Precious Metal You’ve Never Heard Of
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Hi Everyone Sandman here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous. He didn't give me topic so I wanted to discuss why women and just about everyone else is bad with money these days and what can be done about it. A lot of people feel that that central banking and stocks are a rigged game. People can't deal with the stress of constant volatility. Owning dollars is also dangerous because of the money printing and debasement of currency. Older guys keep telling me to buy gold and silver as a store of value but as far as I can tell gold is old. Younger guys don't want it. I won't be selling any of my precious metals but I certainly won't be buying anymore either. I was recently informed about the most precious of all precious metals, Osmium. It has the potential to go up simply because of it's scarcity as a status symbol. I'd love to hear if any of you guys bought it and what your experience with it is. Apparently there will be also be a crypto currency started around it. Many people also don't trust the banks and have been pulling physical cash out of them. There's certainly a possibility that if there's a massive deflation and everything falls 90% in value that cash will save you. But with inflation raging right now cash is trash. Doesn't mean it's not a bad idea to have some right now out of the banks in smaller bills. You can also keep precious metal buried in a treasure chest in your backyard and no one would probably suspect anything. As for Crypto I generally only buy bitcoin? It is better then the other ones because institutions hold it. Insurance companies and publicly trade companies hold it on their balance sheet instead of things like Doge. It's also different because of the limited number? A trustworthy place to buy crypto are the big exchanges like Coinbase. You don't have to own it for investment purposes but for wealth preservation. Or to have spendable currency when the rest lose value thanks to inflation. It's easier to spend than physical precious metals. If there’s a digital disturbance, with a cyber pandemic eventually the internet will be back and you will be able to spend it again. All the money bank accounts remains digital so technically it's no different than crypto except crypto can't be frozen if you have the keys. With digital tracking which every country seems to want to implement, people can have access to their digital assets in a bank account but the government still monitors and controls everything. Bitcoin not so much. Bitcoin doesn't even exist so that's why it's the perfect asset. You can't confiscate something that's just numbers on millions of decentralized servers. Governments trying to stop it is like them trying to stop a fart. They can smell it's value and they want to tax it but they just can't see it. I'll discuss more ways to plan for all possible financial apocalypse scenarios. in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The Red Pill Ring:
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