Mortgage rates have increased by nearly 6%.
Stock market has plunged of over 20% and have left those with investments like 401ks scrambling.
Grocery store prices have skyrocketed nearly 10% since this time last year.
And gas...we don't even have to say it.
Where is the relief? Our government has buried itself so deeply in debt that they've run out of cards to play. Prices are not going back down. We must quickly learn to adapt and navigate this new terrain and position ourselves ahead of the curve like always.
The time is now to start inflation-proofing your lifestyle and make the necessary investments now that cannot be affected by any magnitude of government policy or overreach.
A perfect example of this is long-term food storage. A 25-year investment that is guaranteed to hold its value and will remain unchanged despite the labor shortages and supply chain issues in this country.
Solid investments are few and far between in today's economy so put your money into something you can trust.
I would love nothing more than to see a series specifically on dry canning in metal cans like how Thrive packages theirs. There really isn't any accurate,
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I’d love to hear what you have to say in the comments.