The Hunger Games: How Gold and Silver Will Save You From Soaring Food Prices

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

by   In post World War I Germany, the MONTHLY inflation rate reached 29,500%. Though only a generation ago, with Central Banks destroying global currencies at a pace today not seen since the Reichesbank, the memories of horrific hardships imposed upon people by Central Bankers seems to have already been erased from the general populace’s […]

Financial Armageddon to Freedom: Episode Two

Friday, July 16th, 2010

by The second video about the impact of education on your finances in the Financial Armageddon to Freedom educational series. by

Financial Armageddon to Freedom: Episode One

Friday, July 16th, 2010

by Above is the very first video in a brand new educational series that will address a multitude of topics relevant to the second phase of the global monetary crisis called “Financial Armageddon to Freedom”. This series will be a very casual way for me to express my thoughts about this crisis and all videos […]

The SmartKnowledgeU 2009 Financial Year in Review

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

by 2009 was an incredibly interesting year both politically and financially, as both arenas are inextricably intertwined, though on the surface, the leaders from these respective industries often bicker and admonish one another for public show, while smiling and shaking hands behind closed doors. Uncovering this complex and hidden connection almost always requires much deeper […]

An Exploration of Madoff’s $50 Billion Ponzi Scheme Will Unveil the Root Causes of this Global Monetary Crisis

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

by December, 16, 2008 For those of you that have been shocked by the fraud committed by former US NASDAQ Stock Exchange Chairman Bernard Madoff in running a Ponzi-scheme disguised as hedge fund that will create an estimated USD $50 billion of losses for investors, you shouldn’t be. Why? Because we all accept and enable […]

The Great Depression – Is it the US Treasury’s “Playbook” for the Current Monetary Crisis?

Monday, December 8th, 2008

by December 8, 2008 Within the past couple of months, there has been a lot of discussion regarding US Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson’s allocation of half of the initial tranche of $700 bailout money, with many describing his spending of $350 billion thus far as appalling, disappointing, and even shocking. During a US Congressional hearing […]