Dear Reader:

The deficit is blowing up as the Federal Reserve creates more money out of nothing to lend to people and the government in the economic destruction caused by the lockdowns. This is going to impact all of us in the form of higher prices and hyperinflation.

We can already see the devastating effects of the draconian lockdowns and coronavirus regulations on the prices of food. Even if people did not lose their job, they surely noticed the cost of food. I know I have! But the rising prices of food will also hit those with less room in their budgets.

“A couple of months ago, we saw the largest single-month increase in food prices that we’ve seen in the last 50 years,” said Diane Schanzenbach, an economist at Northwestern University.

Food is a necessity, and people tend to buy what they can afford. This will have a negative effect on health in the long run as well. Organic fresh vegetables cost more than packaged snacks. Preparing meals at home takes time and energy, while tossing a frozen pizza in the oven is quick and easy.

The effects on the people’s overall health in the aftermath of the economic terrorism will be felt for decades. Even though the money printing presses are running 24/7, government assistance for anyone what is not a large corporation has been abysmal. That is all by design, but also is a discussion for a different day.

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    With food supply chains dramatically impacted on all levels by restrictions and regulations during the coronavirus pandemic, the prices of food are still expected to rise even more in the aftermath of such restrictive economic repercussions. The decisions made will have an impact well into the future, but food prices will play one of the biggest roles, since not a single one of us can survive without eating.

    There are ways to prepare. Hopefully, you were able to put an emergency fund in place, so even if you have lost income, you have some dollars at your disposal. If you have been stockpiling gold and silver, you have probably noticed positive gains and own a physical asset that is a representation of the wealth you’d like to preserve.

    Cryptocurrencies have also been on the upward move and if you have ever considered getting into them, now could be a good time. Bitcoin is poised for some rather large gains by the end of this year as the dollar gets decimated by design.

    For now, having a little bit of extra money to spend sitting around is a good thing. But, be wary of the future. The dollar may not have much, if any, value this time next year based on how many of them have been pumped into the dying economy to prop up corporations and the stock market.

    I stand by my previous suggestions: buy silver and gold, and Bitcoin and Ethereum. 2020 is not over yet, and we could see historic up swings for all of those as the dollar gets throttled!

    Best Regards,

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