Taking Control Of Your Money

The financial sector is where the greatest opportunity is but it’s not what you would normally be thinking. We are in some very interesting times right now, Wall Street is going to be going through an implosion, currencies are going to crash. Financial education exposing how and why we find ourselves in this mess and what we need to do about it now is what this is about.

How could the winners lose all that money? Simple! It is a lack of discipline and education (not the education of scholastic aptitude) but a lack of financial education and as I said before discipline. Remember it’s not how much you spend but how much you save that is important. Let’s take a look at some simple steps to put money back into your pocket.

The best example of having this knowledge (which you can learn very quickly) is knowing what will be happening before everyone else does and acting on it with confidence and massive action. An example right now is banks have been shorting the silver market to try hide the over printing of fiat currency, right now silver is priced at $28.00 oz. The real price according to people in the know that have crunched the numbers should be $80.00 oz. On top of this as gold and silver are real money and while fiat currency is crashing this time for the first time world wide there will be a stampede to gold and silver. This will be pushing the prices up to some estimates as high as $900.00 oz for silver and $50,000.00 oz for gold.

The one thing that I liked about Celltech was that they were a network marketing company. I firmly believe in network marketing. There is no better way to learn to have your own business then by starting in network marketing. Network marketing is a people helping people business. If you succeed then so does the person above you, (also called your sponsor).

A solid understanding of money concepts, earning, saving, and investing will promote good practices in your child as they progress towards adulthood. Be open to discuss questions and don’t be afraid to say “I don’t know”. Learning how to find the answer may be as beneficial as knowing the answer itself.

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