Archive for August 25th, 2011
Just in case you don’t read the Newsletter or read the pop-up message that shows up when you login to your Back Office, I wanted to let you know that there’s a special request for Members from the company.
I am not going to share that information with you here. The process is explained in the message. Just go to your Back Office and read the message.
You know the value of Social Networking, because you read about it here on this Blog all the time. This is important.
The programming is still in process and I will let you know when the Bid-Pool is up and ready for all of us to use. This is going to do wonderful things for this program.
By the way, there are some fantastic items up for auction today!
Here’s the ‘name of the game’: Hold Your Gold!
This is not the time to buy it only to sell it immediately. Nope…not the way to play this market!
The market value of Apple stock fell yesterday upon the News of Steve Jobs who relinquished his title and role as CEO in exchange for being named the Chairman of the Board. While he’s not dead and everyone knows that he’s been battling cancer while recovering from a liver transplant, he will still contribute to the company’s success; but the stock market reacted unnecessarily. You are not equipped to deal with the wackos that are on Wall Street these days…
Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO article
If you are going to build Wealth, then a portion of your Wealth Portfolio needs to be held in Gold Bullion with Silver Bullion thrown into the mix at some point as well.
KB Vision is the ideal place to ‘Hold Your Gold’ safely and securely without fear of theft, confiscation, or loss of value. There are many factors to consider when making these choices, so take your time and think things through before acting.
Gold Markets felt a loss yesterday from profit-taking traders who do these things with stocks of every type when the markets are going crazy and reacting to every News report around the world and every rumor on the Net. It is rather insane and you don’t need to be a part of the insanity or the feeding-frenzy.
Even that female financial expert Suzy O. suggests that a person might want to consider keeping up to 15% of their Portfolio in Gold, but she also recognizes the importance to hold onto your Gold in a form that is more liquid than jewelry or other ways it gets tied up…unable to be used in a pinch.
You should have considered buying Gold when we first began to recommend it in the early 1980s. It was under $300 an ounce then. You could have sold some of your Holdings now and you would still be sitting-pretty! But that’s water under the bridge. We just want to let you know that holding Gold is not new for us.
In fact, we have to tell you this as an important aspect of learning from our own expertise. There will come a time when you will take the open window of opportunity to sell all of your Precious Metals, stocks, bonds, and trade in on your other investments. You will also find that there will come a time when you will want to transfer your assets and property into liquid assets that can be used on a daily basis and traded with those who have not taken our advice.
You are going to find that there will be a time when your property which consists of stored food, stored water or resources that you control from within the acquifers of the earth, your fuel, your safe shelter, and your skill sets will be the ONLY property that maintains its value and usefulness.
You cannot eat coins, you can burn paper money for warmth, you cannot live for more than a few days without water, and if you do not have safe shelter; it could cost you your Life.
So we’ll let you know when…
If you don’t have enough property to live comfortably for the next three years; then we are saying, “WHEN!” to you. If you have more than five years of supplies and resources and you are Sovereign, then you are setting an example for everyone else to follow. Good for you!
But let’s get back to Gold for a moment…
Right now, you can still use Gold as a safe haven and trade it when the time comes for perishable goods before that window closes. It will be open only for a short period of time, but you’ll have enough time to do what you must to be safe and sound.