I gave an interview to Aaron from the "In The Rabbit Hole" podcast, a modern preparedness podcast. It was published on November 12, 2018.
Preppers love to discuss many things: Guns, food storage, knives, bushcraft skills, and a litany of other topics. These topics are chewed, debated, and deliberated about endlessly amongst preppers.
But personal finance does not get much love, unfortunately. It’s not surprising, though. Most people would rather discuss… um… adult relations at the dinner instead of money–an odd taboo, really.
At its core, money is an omni-tool; it can be turned into nearly anything else needed. And a healthy personal financial standing is the most likely position from which to best safeguard your families well being.
Guns are great investments.
Well, perhaps I should say that it's possible for guns to be great investments...and at the worst, they are a decent store of value.
If you've never owned a firearm, I'd like to share with you a thoughtful, reasonable path into gun ownership that will help you to make good decisions and get the most bang for your buck.
In today's show I lay out for you a sensible approach to gun acquisition that will help you to construct a useful home armory that will allow you to have the tools of defense and offense that will cover most situations you could conceivably ever face without making bad financial decisions.
Today's episode is an interview I gave for the "In The Rabbit Hole" urban survival podcast.
This episode was first released October 30, 2017 here: https://www.intherabbithole.com/e232/
I've been busy today preparing for Hurricane Irma here at the Radical Personal Finance Global Headquarters.
At the moment, the National Hurricane Center forecasts the eye of the storm to pass squarely over HQ.
So, I thought I'd record a podcast and share a few things with you:
Gotta run! Lots to do...
I've been watching the #HoustonFloods this weekend and considering the lessons I can learn for my own disaster planning.
Today, I share some useful ideas for you about how to plan for events like the Houston Floods.