in Sci Fi & Paranormal
September 26, 2014, 9:26 PM
I'm Told of Another Prediction From A Source, Who Has Never Been Wrong To Me Before...I'm Just Sayin'.
Are you ready ?
The market is said to completely collapse by some time in April of 2015.
My source is a powerful individual with all the capabilities to predict occurrences, with an astonishing capacity for accuracy.
My source is not a "#psychic" as this is too simplistic of a term . My source can "see" the curve of time , along with contingencies , itself.
Fortunes in banks, stocks, cds, all worthless.
I don't know “how,” altogether.
We only approximate “when.”
Stock up on what you know you'll need, to get through hard times If anyone of you want to know where to go, convince me to write another book . Logic dictates it to be worth 99 cents, right? 99cents And, if you're not satisfied, Amazon allows refunds.
Tag your post Share99cents . Let me know you want this book with a tag.
The advice I'm seeing is to buy all the silver you can along with a few other easy actions I'll reveal in my next book - now.
I'm not saying this to scare people .
I'm saying this to help folks not need to be scared – but prepared – in the first place.
How cool is that?
See. Told you I'm one of the actually good guys , even if not always the nice one. I'm even offering this knowledge to those enemies who read it.
Look . If my source proves wrong on this prediction, spend the money you saved up on a cruise or something else nice.
BarbRad wrote on September 26, 2014, 11:05 PM
I'm never quite sure how to buy silver or where to keep it or how to manage it and use it.
LoudMan wrote on September 26, 2014, 11:39 PM
BarbRad :) Aint you in luck? There are a number of resources I should share, huh? Hey, in addition to stocking up on food (no bragging. It's dangerous.) I'd also recommend you save all the nickels you possibly can, now, the older/unique, the better. Stock them up now, at face value. Love me for sharing this later, haha right?
LoudMan wrote on September 26, 2014, 11:40 PM
I wonder why folks don't comment much (Uh-oh. Heretheycome
MegL wrote on September 27, 2014, 8:14 AM
If everything collapses, then money isn't worth anything, except for lighting a fire or throwing at someone as a missile. I always keep tinned food (and a tin opener) and some necessities in a box under the stairs, maybe I will stock that back up again, along with batteries, bottled water and a wind up lantern. If it's not going to be TOO bad, then maybe a purse with some cash would be useful too.
SandraLPetersen wrote on September 27, 2014, 8:26 AM
I looked to see if this was in the Humor category and found it was not. You have scared me with this. We barely scrape by with the two paychecks we are bringing home (now that I'm working too). If this is true, then another big thing would be to get out of as much debt as you possibly can. Pay things down even if it means baked beans and macaroni and cheese for a long time. We currently have about 13K in debt to pay off. Our house and two vehicles are paid off. BTW, It wouldn't surprise me if the economy went completely bottom up.
MegL wrote on September 27, 2014, 8:29 AM
Forgot the 99cents . Was that the kind of tag you meant?
LoudMan wrote on September 27, 2014, 11:57 AM
Well, victory loves preparation. So, you'll support a helpful book, then? Especially if/since it'll be so affordably-priced? :)
BarbRad wrote on September 27, 2014, 3:08 PM
I let my brother have the family coin collection when Mom died. I got he house and we split the other assets, with the price of the house being subtracted from mine. I do have a couple of old fifty cent pieces, though.
LoudMan wrote on September 27, 2014, 5:54 PM
Hold onto them. They might someday save your skin. Get more, too.
Ellis wrote on September 27, 2014, 8:01 PM
Why silver and not gold?
LoudMan wrote on September 28, 2014, 6:10 AM
Gold is good to cover larger sums. But for the average person, and the more typical, day-to-day transactions, silver is the common man's gold. Plus, it's been severely undervalued for a long, long time. That's about to give, too. No joke.
paigea wrote on October 10, 2014, 8:02 PM
But it is in Sci Fi and Paranormal? I do always try to be prepared for likely things like a sustained power outage after a storm.
LoudMan wrote on October 11, 2014, 1:10 PM
MegL I thought you'd want a post for those excellent tips. Thank you. :)
LoudMan wrote on October 11, 2014, 1:11 PM
I had to since the post is about a prediction...a specific prediction. :)
MegL wrote on October 11, 2014, 6:00 PM
OK, Loudman , I'll put in a pre-order for another book!
LoudMan wrote on October 12, 2014, 4:03 PM
Aww. You're so nice. That'll be 14 thousand GBP please. :) Oh, I'll cut you a deal.