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How to Protect Your Cash Assets in the Midst of Bank Failures (Ep 46)

Derivative lending and fractionalized banking systems are doomed to failure.  This banking system only works if the customers of the bank have confidence in the bank.  If confidence evaporates, the depositors “run on the bank” and try to get their money out as fast as possible. This is exactly what happened in the failure of the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank only weeks ago.  

In this episode Seth Hicks, Esq. explains why you want to create your own banking system and generate the velocity of money for yourself instead of allowing banks to make money off of your deposits.  Not only is your money asset protected in your own Private Banking Strategy® but you can generate wealth the same way banks do. 

Seth discusses: 

  • What fractional reserve banking is and how it puts you at risk
  • How the velocity of money can work for you 
  • The fallacy of interest rates
  • And more


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How to Protect Yourself from Bank Failures and Bail Ins (Ep 45)

We’ve been preparing you for this type of event for years, sharing our Private Banking Strategies® with you so you can protect yourself from bank failures and bail-ins.  The second largest bank failure in US history just occurred.  Silicon Valley Bank went under, and the common man was the last to know while bank executives and large institutional investors got out fast before everyone else.  

In this episode Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. explore the cause of the Silicon Valley Bank failure. They explain why the inflationary printing of money, and the fractionalized lending of centralized banks are doomed to fail – and take all of those who trust in these systems down as well.   

Vance and Seth discuss: 

  • One simple way you can protect yourself and your money
  • Why this event should be a wake-up call for Americans to protect themselves
  • Why Private Banking Strategies® is the safest place to put your cash
  • And more


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