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18 hours ago, Nuckles said:

What would you do with it?

 

If you have any debts then I'd suggest paying them off first to extract the claws of the financiers out of you. 

 

After that, if you're not financially educated I'd recommend seeing a good qualified, independent financial adviser who isn't on commission. Because a lot depends on your personal circumstances and a good adviser takes it all into account to decide what's suitable for you. 

 

Failing that, take your time educating yourself about investing, tax, meditate on your values and life plans, and make your choices informed ones.  

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14 hours ago, Nuckles said:

Thanks all. We're not interested in investing in crypto currency. 

 

I think getting it out of the bank will be the first hurdle from what I have been reading.

 

Open up three bank accounts. Each account allows a minimum withdrawal daily. Take what you can from each daily.

 

Also, you can withdraw large amounts in cash but often have to book to collect. They will also ask you what its for ....hmm (none of their biz)... So say whatever you like and order your cash... Can also write cheques to those you trust and get cash from them. Just trying to think of ways that may help get your money out.

 

If a real sizable windfall there are a few other options...

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9 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

I'd buy land and become a fulltime market gardener producing organic food through permaculture principles

Until they shut you down for no license. How dare you become self a sustainable citizen. Now back in line or it's off to the gulag with you. 

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13 hours ago, Campion said:

 

If you have any debts then I'd suggest paying them off first to extract the claws of the financiers out of you. 

 

After that, if you're not financially educated I'd recommend seeing a good qualified, independent financial adviser who isn't on commission. Because a lot depends on your personal circumstances and a good adviser takes it all into account to decide what's suitable for you. 

 

Failing that, take your time educating yourself about investing, tax, meditate on your values and life plans, and make your choices informed ones.  

Thank you :) We are completely debt free thankfully :)

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8 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Open up three bank accounts. Each account allows a minimum withdrawal daily. Take what you can from each daily.

 

Also, you can withdraw large amounts in cash but often have to book to collect. They will also ask you what its for ....hmm (none of their biz)... So say whatever you like and order your cash... Can also write cheques to those you trust and get cash from them. Just trying to think of ways that may help get your money out.

 

If a real sizable windfall there are a few other options...

Thank you :)

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14 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

Eh? I never mentioned crypto currency! I asked what you were planning to do with it, being as how you've asked others here what they would be doing with it.

Thats what we are trying to decide - what to do with it for the best. Not interested in crypto as I dont pretend to understand any of it. Property doesnt seem wise at the moment and we dont want to buy gold/silver. Thats why I asked the question, to get some ideas.......................

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2 hours ago, Nuckles said:

What is your problem Morpheus? Ive already said not interested in buying gold/silver.......

I never said you did, so wind ya neck in. Have there not been a few posters who've recommended gold and silver? Did I direct my comment at you? Maybe you should reconsider your outburst. 

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2 hours ago, Nuckles said:

Thats what we are trying to decide - what to do with it for the best. Not interested in crypto as I dont pretend to understand any of it. Property doesnt seem wise at the moment and we dont want to buy gold/silver. Thats why I asked the question, to get some ideas.......................

The problem you have with property is the fluctuation in price. It's well beyond what it should be (UK) and it only spells a crash. For the people who have bought property in the last 18 months are very quickly going to find themselves in negative equity and on the back foot straight from the off. 

 

It's a hard investment, if your inclined to go with property, I'd probably wait until the market creaks. I think the suggestion of land as others have suggested may well be one of better options. Land can be leased etc. Will more likely hold its value. 

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18 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

How are you storing them? 

You could place them in a bank safety deposit box.

 

Or a hidey-hole in your house. - Under the floorboards. -  In your attic, under the insulation. - Behind a loose brick in a wall. - Inside your bed mattress. - Or bury them in your back garden.

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Well I reckon anything is a gamble to be honest.

 

Investments, or spreading cash across bank accounts - if everything crashes, it's gone anyways. I know there's a guarantee of a maximum amount back from collapsed banks with the Government protection scheme, but if we have an unprecedented crash globally of all economies, I'd be surprised if that's worth anything.

 

(Plus the safest bet for investments is probably the most unscrupulous companies, owned by the biggest crooks, who we wouldn't want to back as a matter of principle).

 

Jewels - I don't know much about their value, but I wouldn't envisage it being much different than dealing in gold & silver in practice, but maybe less of a market for them. 

 

Properties / land are an inflated price, but it's always better to own them than not. Of course if the intention for us to own nothing is planned for the near future, it might be that they expect to take them off us in return for UBI anyway? Who knows? They've always been able to rob properties via compulsory purchase for a fraction of the true value.

 

Not trying to be a wet blanket or pour cold water on anyone's suggestions - just thinking out loud.

 

I hope you can sort out some form of security for yourself though & good luck with it.

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

You could place them in a bank safety deposit box.

 

Or a hidey-hole in your house. - Under the floorboards. -  In your attic, under the insulation. - Behind a loose brick in a wall. - Inside your bed mattress. - Or bury them in your back garden.

The issue with storing anything at your property is thieves. The issue you have with deposit boxes is they can be confiscated without warning. It's a great question, not so many answers to suit the posters criteria. 

 

Bank accounts can equally be wiped out, limited or closed.

 

Investments in stocks and shares is pretty pointless at this stage if they intend to crash the economy (which I think they will).

 

I think @Nuckles you need something physical and tangible. As someone suggested earlier you can take money out of accounts. It's up to £500 at a cash machine and the bank would probably give you up to £10k cash.

 

Depending how much you have, you could spread it across a few banks, making the withdrawals easier in terms of getting it out. Obviously the bank will look at you withdrawing the money, but it's your money, they cannot make you keep it there. 

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On 10/9/2022 at 5:58 PM, Morpheus said:

Good luck buying bread with your gold. 

 

Hang on, I'll just chip a nugget off, one second....

 

It is actually far easier than you imagine, what you do is melt it into beads, then strike up a relationship with the owner of what you want, verification is easy too by volume and density/weight on a set of scales, simplezzzz🤔

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12 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Until they shut you down for no license. How dare you become self a sustainable citizen. Now back in line or it's off to the gulag with you. 

 

The UK produces 60% of its own food so if we imagine that with all the orchestrated chaos in the global supply chains the other 40% becomes under threat that would mean that we would need to make up that 40% through local food production to avoid starvation and food riots

 

The elites are clearly creating a global food shortage. is that to feed into the depop agenda or is it about CONTROL because by putting people into a state of food scarcity they then have a lot of leverage. People will be more willing to accept a new system if they are on the edge of starvation.

 

This means that if we don't want to become slaves we have to ensure they don't have leverage over us. So the fight has to go now into food production

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19 hours ago, Prince Barin said:

Buy farmland and grow food.

 

"Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people."- kissinger

 

It stands to reason then that if we want to be free we need to be self-sufficient for our food. That's the bottom line

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