Counting Your Chickens in Dollars

With silver, you have a rare physical commodity that you can literally take into your possession.

It’s known that quantity, in investment form, is far less than what is perceived by the mainstream. And as a direct consequence, orders of magnitude less than the price indicates.

A never-ending flow is demanded from strategic industries, while the demand for physical continues to grow stronger, despite price – a clear indication of its monetary role and a hint at the ultimate separation from its paper tether.

And the whole thing is held together by an overt, blatant pricing mechanism that systematically destroys the flow of new real supply by crushing the economics underlying production.

Real value is based in trust. Collateral is what is needed to back debt. All currency is debt. Debt is an obligation. In the case of the Federal Reserve, each debt coupon has zero interest with an open-ended term that is tied to confidence and belief and force.

It is backed by an amorphous construct – one that it is powerful and hostile. It is mathematically impossible to repay both official and unofficial debt without collapsing the system that manufactures it.

Without any collateral backing it up, the dollar literal floats in relative value with competing currencies that are equally unhinged. True collateral is consistent – easy to use and measure. Notes are debt without collateral. Fiat is used to buy treasuries, and the interest is rebated to the Treasury.

Individuals still have the opportunity to buy traditional and real collateral. What can you hold outside of the system?

But we also have unrealized (shadow) risk in the background. All of these converge on bullishness. But the shadow aspect of all of this has a dark side effect on most investors.

Naturally, we all want to see a return on investment. Counting your wealth in dollars is the number one prescription for failure in this. Is there a way to profit in the short term?

Yes. But the leverage required to make that happen it is out of reach for most. As is the patience and time to execute proper trades; time better spent preparing for the eventual aftermath of system exponentially fragilized.

For the rest of us, it is a long term play. If you want to watch the price action, watch it… but disassociate from it.

You’ve done all you could. You’ve taken action. Other markets will appear to increase in value. It will seem as if you missed out on unrealized gains. Gains in what? And held where? In whose control?

The problem is that we live in a world of impatience. There is nothing quite like the stoic patience of long term investors in this space. Then it becomes about allocation.

What percentage collateral versus speculative investment? Examined in the context of the recent rally, it is unreal. What is the safest ratio for you?

But the collateral is always there. The trick is to hide it from the people, to disparage it and attack it; to manipulate its price by any all means and completely control it so that the true signal is lost.

The ironic tragedy is that those whose €dare’ to hold physical collateral in their portfolios are constantly plagued with worry over the nominal value measured in uncollateralized figments conjured by the financial system itself.

The greater the ability a person has to withstand that truth – the greater is their appreciation for what they have.

Smart Investment Planning

Smart investors take the time to get an in-depth understanding of the investment journey they are to embark on. Get a clear appreciation for the basics of investing and avoid costly pitfalls by working with the investment consultants who are jus t as invested in your success as you are.

Net Worth: Your Investment Starting Point
Before you begin investing, it is a good idea to first budget your finances and separate the amount you are willing to invest. Budgeting is the key to financial success. Once you have created a personal cash flow statement it is time to get a clear picture of your balance sheet and come up with a clear figure of positive net worth that belongs to you.

Your net worth is the excess of your assets as compared to any liabilities. A good net worth is the benchmark of healthy finances. Once you know that your balance sheet is strong enough to handle investments in the stock market, it is time to move on to the next step.

Decide On Our Investing Goals!
For example, your goal may be to save $ 10,000 for first-class holidays spent shopping and lounging in a destination of your choice. Investing in a diversified stock portfolio is a pretty great way of achieving this goal.
Once you have decided on where you need to get to, it is time to choose how you are going to get there.

Accomplish Your Investing Goals!
Once you have identified your net worth, risk tolerance and investment goals, it is time to start investing. It is a good idea to work with a partner who has in-depth knowledge of the stock market and carried out stock market research that you can benefit from. They should also be able to provide portfolio management solutions so you can continue with your day job, leaving your investment in good hands.
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