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David Schectman got into selling gold purely by chance. But he realized that it was his calling and he hasn't looked back once. He's been following the world's central banks economic foibles for nearly three decades. It's been going down hill since 1971 and there's nothing that can stop it. Major economies are giving up on the dollar and bartering among themselves. The days of living of the strength of fiat dollar are rapidly coming to an end. It will be replaced by something, which most likely be gold. That's why it's so important to be buying gold and silver now, before it's too late. 

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Thom Reilly was Manager of Clark County Nevada, before it fell off the fiscal cliff. So no one's in a better position than he is to understand why municipal finances are crashing all over America. The answer is quite simple. Retiree pension and health benefits are through the roof. It has gotten to the point where essential services are being scaled back to honor these ill-conceived committments. But the citizenry has had it. Their personal finances have been decimated by the Great Recession, and they want their public servants to share the burden. This means that pension contributions will be going up, retirement ages will be increased and the retirement systems will be converted to defined contribution plans. While the transition is happening slowly in many places, Wisconsin is the shape of things to come.  

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