It isn’t hard to imagine a scenario where the world’s economy is interrupted and ultimately ceases to operate. After all, the recent recession that rocked financial communities of countries around the globe was only our most recent reminder of how fragile our financial system (and our overall faith in it) really is. But where should you put your money if you’ve lost faith in the banking system?
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According to author and survival expert N.E. MacDougald, there are a number of assets you can have in place to ensure your survival in the result of an economic meltdown.
N.E. MacDougald has been writing about survival for periodicals for more than 30 years. He performed classified counterintelligence duties in Vietnam with the 519th Military Intelligence Bn (MACV), holding a top-secret security clearance. He instructed elements of the U.S. Army’s 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in technical rock climbing. MacDougald also worked north of the Arctic Circle in Prudhoe Bay on Alaska’s North Slope, has trekked in the Himalayas and has been an active hunter and outdoorsman for decades.
MacDougald has produced a number of titles for Panteao’s Make Ready To Survive DVD series, including Civil Breakdown and Bugging Out. Check out the video here to learn more about his blueprint for finding alternative asset investments to sustain yourself in a post-crash economy.