Investors told forget savings accounts, think of shares
Britain's 38 million savers have been urged to invest their money in the stock market after being warned that for many of them it is now a "waste of time" putting their cash into a savings account.
There is truth in the above, of course: there are very few savings accounts which pay anything even close to the true rate of inflation (which appears, with RPI, to be around 4.5 - 5%).
Greece, so angry, so violent. As we will undoubtedly become in the near future, once the full extent of the great asset strip becomes clear to the masses.
I've bought two machetes, we're buying petrol and soap flakes, saving beer bottles, and have started storing away canned and dried foods.Oh yes, and Gold 'n' Silver of course. We are, whether we like it or not, facing the purposeful destruction of our nation at the hands of the Rothschilds and their clan, and I await the same hyperinflation that destroyed other economies whenever the usurers have been allowed to substitute paper for gold.
Here's an interesting book:
Well worth the money to see a possible - very possible - future.....