In this episode, we dive into why the Fed’s mandate to seek stabile prices is confiscation of wealth from dollar holders. This would be the case even if price stability was actually being targeted instead of the minimum 2% inflation they are seeking today.

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After almost five years in the financial services industry, Joseph Brown witnessed too many people paying too much in fees for bad advice. Joseph is the founder of Heresy Financial which serves to equip people to control and protect their own wealth instead of being vulnerable to poor investments, hidden fees, and economic crises.

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Tom
Tom
7 months ago

Disagree….pricing is always or should always be competition and a fight….but a FAIR and American fight….NOT cheap slave labor junk thought/results…except for our poor to help them stay off welfare, while protecting our skilled so they live well enough to help well in our fight against CHINA !

Madeleine
Madeleine
7 months ago

Good bye Feds (privately owned by teh Rothchild’s) and hello GESARA. Wealth and abundance for all .

Rob
Rob
7 months ago

2% inflation – ha! Try 5 – and it is just getting started this year, and that 30% of the country is minority Trump supporters that do not count – well – at least WE CAN COUNT – evidently the dems are too stupid to be able to.