Jan 21, 2012
I'm in Vancouver, BC at the Resource Conference. Nearly 600 mining companies will be telling their stories. Please forgive the less than stellar audio quality, on the road productions are always difficult. This is more of a personal Triple Lutz Report. I wanted you to know about my family and how they weathered the Great Depression. If Doug Casey is correct and this is the Greater Depression, then this story may have value for you.
While both sides of my family suffered during the depression, my mother's side eventually prospered and my father's side became impoverished. This is the tale of two families living just three miles apart and how they were affected by the Crash of 1929 and the resulting economic collapse that lasted for over 15 years. No, World War II did not end the depression, it simply changed the focus from the economy to national survival. Whether you survive and thrive of go off the cliff, to a large measure depends upon what you do. I hope this helps.
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