There is a level of fragility to our economy and economic distress or collapse can have adverse effects on our society. Learn how to be prepared for economic changes.

The short-term effects of an economic collapse can include increased unemployment, reduced wages, reduced production, increased poverty, and reduced consumer demand. Long-term effects can include increased inequality, decreased investment, increased public debt, increased poverty, and decreased economic growth. Governments may also take measures to address the effects of an economic collapse, such as implementing stimulus packages, providing social safety nets, and introducing economic reforms. In extreme cases, governments may also have to resort to austerity measures, such as increasing taxes and reducing government spending.

Understanding Recessions

August 17, 2023
When the economy takes a downturn, it enters a phase known as a recession. A recession is a significant decline in economic activity that lasts for a sustained period.
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Preparing for Economic Concerns

November 2, 2023
In times of economic uncertainty, the responsibility of an educated prepper becomes paramount. The fragility of financial systems and the unpredictable nature of markets call for individuals to take proactive measures to protect themselves and their loved ones.
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A Survivalist's Guide to Fear-Based Financial Markets

December 14, 2023
Survivalists in the financial realm need to be prepared for various seasons—some marked by fear and others by greed.
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Preparing for Economic Collapse

January 10, 2023
Economic distress comes and goes, some bouts are felt harder than others. However, no matter the number of experiences one has with it, just hearing the word "recession" or "economic collapse" can cause the hair on the back of your neck to stand up.
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