Get Out of Dodge?

The Prism Daily
Your ‘One-A-Day’ financial news-tritional supplement, including trace elements of economic analysis that every healthy investor needs. Addresses a wide variety of monetary afflictions, from vacillation to impecunity. Specially formulated to go down easy! WARNING: Side effects may include elevated cognition and bouts of epiphany. If symptoms persist, unplug cable TV.

Prism Precis:  Cities caving economically, suburbs next. Rural America less likely to be affected.

Today’s Market MRI: The Sobering Reality Of What Life Is Like In Reno, Nevada

Poor Richard’s Blog Reports: “What do you do when the city where you live is dying? All over the United States formerly great cities are crumbling… in Reno, Nevada… The unemployment rate in Reno is now up to 11.7 percent… As the city has declined, gangs have moved in and the drug trade is flourishing… Reno has been called the meth capital of America… a very unpleasant place in which to live… also happening in hundreds of other communities across the United States… economy is collapsing and our cities are crumbling right in front of our eyes, and it is only going to get worse from here.”

Prism Responds: There are plenty of nice places to live in the United States where the cost of living is fairly low, the natives are tolerably friendly and nothing much changes — rural areas where folks are more self-reliant and less dependent on the economy.

Every small town needs a plumber, a carpenter, an electrician, a few school teachers, a hardware store, a gas station, etc. And you know what? They already have them. And they’ll have them right through the Depression. The question is, do you have the means to go live there and escape the implosion in the cities followed by the ruin of suburbia?

Prism Solution: Grow some money with us. Build up a ‘Depression War Chest’, fund your exodus from exurbia and ride out the Depression to paradise with a beer and a shotgun (just in case your relatives follow you).

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And May All Your Investments Be Profitable,

David Taylor and Gordon Philips,
Directors of

‘Better Investing Through Science’

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