• Signs Of The Times…Survival Economics
  • 16. Nov
  • 68

Establishment Claims Recovery, And Growth. Legendary Forecaster Says Things Are About To Get Worse.

With the establishment claiming everthing from the recovery, and growth is taking hold to Al-Qaeda being on the run there are those that disagree. One of those happens to be one of the best forecasters in the business Gerald Celente. So far most of…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 27. Mar
  • 39

8 Fast And Easy Tips Guaranteed To Extend The Life Of Your Car’s Lead Acid Battery

Car batteries are expensive to say the least not to mention the installation costs. With those car batteries being so expensive we thought it was a good idea to discuss how you can prolong the life of those lead acid car batteries. Follow the tips…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 15. Feb
  • 107

How To Get Unlimited Lithium Ion Batteries For Free – Outstanding Money Saver

Lithium Ion Batteries are expensive. Do a simple search on Google by typing in the # US18650gr and you’ll find that even on Ebay the cost nearly $9 a pop, or a 4 pack could set you back close to $30. We’ve just discovered a sneaky but…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 1. Feb
  • 41

How To Know If Your Engine Is Worn Out – A Simple Test Will Reveal The Answer

How would you like to be able to know how to tell if your engine is worn out? Or perhaps you’re thinking about buying a used car from a private party and you want to be able to tell if your buying a car with a worn out engine. There is a very…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 31. Jan
  • 39

8 Secret Gas Saving Tips For Your Car

If you thought you knew all the ways to save gas for your car, or truck, you may have to rethink that. We thought we had heard them all, but we were wrong. Some of these gas saving tips are down right clever. Numbers 2, and 3, get our vote for being…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 27. Jan
  • 26

5 Money-Saving Tips Revealed By Top Home Improvement Expert Bob Villa

Who doesn’t want to save money on home? In this outstanding article top home improvement expert Bob Villa reveals some great money saving tips for your home. In this article Bob Villa will show you how to save $100 by making a simple change in…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 22. Jan
  • 30

The Surefire Way To Turn Around Your Financial Life

Having enough money to survive on is critical. In an ideal world you want your money to out live you. However, what do you do when money is tight? We hear it a lot these days “I’ve got no money”, and I don’t know what to do.…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 30. Dec
  • 22

3 Ways You Can Survive On A Rice, And Beans Budget…And Like It!

If you are on a tight budget rice, and beans is what many people turn to survive. Rice, and beans are cheap to make, and have a good amount of protein, and fiber. However eating them nearly every day can get real boring. If you are one of those who…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 17. Dec
  • 36

7 Things You Should Keep In Your Money Survival Kit

Having your financial house in order is an important part of surviving daily life. Having a money survival kit is something most people never consider. Some kinds of financial records/documents should be backed up so you can access them if a…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 15. Dec
  • 18

PART 2-More DIY Things You Can Do To Cut Your Electric Bill In Half.

In a previous post we revealed some DIY things you can do to cut your electric bill in half. Turns out it was pretty popular, so we wanted to continue with some other ways to reduce your electric bill by as much as 50%. In this video you will learn…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 15. Dec
  • 37

DIY Things You Can Do To Cut Your Electric Bill In Half

Prices for many things keep going up, and up. That includes our electric bill. If you really want to cut your electric bill by as much as half, you’ll learn how to do it in this video. In case your worried that you have to buy some book,…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 14. Dec
  • 32

Survival Economics – The 10 Commandments Of Money Management

Part of being a prepper, and survivalist is also dealing with the day to day things in our lives like money, and managing that money well. Being a prepper, or survivalist can be expensive, so knowing how to manage your money becomes even more…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 2. Dec
  • 28

15 Things Your Emergency Survival Fund Should Cover Before Spending On Non Essential Items

During the holiday season people are spend a ton of money on all the deals that are to be had. However before going on that spending spree, and picking up all those deals, people should have an emergency fund to cover those unexpected things that…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 10. Nov
  • 283

How To Get $15 Per Gallon Propane For $2.59 – Sneaky But Totally Legal Tip

If you use a lot of propane for heating, or whatever you use it for, you at some point will use those small one time use, disposable propane tanks. When you use them you are paying quite a bit more per gallon. On average you’re most likely…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 1. Nov
  • 28

The Nitty Gritty Behind The Affordable Heath Care Act – Will You Be Paying More Or Less For Your Insurance?

With the end of the year fast approaching many people are wondering how the affordable health care act will really affect them. Like it, or not there are some things you really need to know. We searched for, and found an unbiased look at it. the…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 31. Oct
  • 22

How To Make $70 In 20 Minutes By Scrapping

If you need a little extra cash (and who doesn’t these days) you may want to take a look at scrapping. Will you make $70 every 20 minutes by scrapping? It is possible, and you could make more, or less. We wanted to show you what’s…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 27. Oct
  • 23

Surviving Debt – Here’s A Real Eye Opener On How To Deal With It.

Part of being a survivalist is knowing how to survive debt. The younger generation has grown up in debt, and it’s getting worse. As bad as it may seem there is a way out. We recently ran across a rather unique solution for getting out of debt,…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 19. Sep
  • 45

These Stunning Cob Houses Allow You To Live Debt Free With Sustainable Development

If you want to save some money and live debt free these stunning Cob houses may be the answer you’re looking for. Cob houses have come a long way in the last few years. Most likely you’ll need to move to an area where cob homes are…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 9. Sep
  • 89

How To Repair A Rust Hole On Your Car, Or Truck

  We came across a great way to repair a rust hole on your car, or truck that is fairly easy to do. It’s an alternative to using duct tape, or foil tape. We want to stress that this is NOT a professional repair job. This method is easy,…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 4. Sep
  • 106

How To Increase Wood Stove Efficiency By 33 Percent

  How To Increase Wood Stove Efficiency This is some great information based on sound engineering principles. Smoke from your wood stove IS UN BURNED FUEL AND A WASTE OF YOUR money. In the video below there are some great tips on how you can…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 4. Sep
  • 34

How To Get Really Good, Inexpensive Firewood For Cheap

  Fall is in the air, and it’s time for many to start thinking about storing up on firewood. Firewood is becoming more, and more expensive every year. We recently discovered a neat little secret on how to get some really good firewood for…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 17. Aug
  • 24

5 Ways A Dentist Can Rip You Off, And How To Avoid It

A friend of mine worked at a dental office for 40 years, and has heard a lot of stories from patients coming in from other dentists. There are a lot of good dentist out there, however like any business there are a lot of dentists that are out to get…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 4. Aug
  • 17

5 Biggest Reasons Why Most People Don’t Become Wealthy

  Many people hold themselves back when it comes to their finances. Making your money survive is just about as important as learning to prepare for a survival, or disaster situation. A financial disaster can put you in a world of hurt. We…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 3. Aug
  • 21

How To Easily Increase Your Income By 1000% Using The Kaizen Formula

Who else wants to increase their income by 1000%? Sound difficult? It’s not, IF you follow the advice in this incredible video using the Kaizen Principle you will be able to achieve that goal. Kaizen in Japanese means continuous improvement.…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 3. Aug
  • 62

How ANYONE Can Save Money Even On Minimum Wage

Most everyone can use a little advice when it comes to saving money. Most people in the United States have less than $10,000 in their saving account. Many people have less than half of that. Being prepared also means having money set a side for an…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 3. Aug
  • 20

10 Ridiculous (But Effective) Ways To Save Money Every Month

There are a lot of simple ways to cut your spending, and save money each month. You don’t have to be one of those crazy coupon people you see on TV, or  buys a hundred rolls of toilet paper. Besides, saving on groceries is a totally different…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 23. Jul
  • 21

Some Common Sense Advice On How To Prepare For Inflation

Preppers, and survivalists are always looking for ways to prepare for an SHTF, or disaster situation. Mostly they are concerned with food storage, bug out bags, and keeping up on the latest survival skills. Probably the most neglected area of…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 13. Jul
  • 34

Homemade Solar Powered Forced Fan Drying System Allows You To Dry Clothes For FREE!

Here’s a very easy homemade solar powered system that will allow you to dry your clothes for free once you get it set up. What you’ll need is a solar powered fan, and a drying rack. The clothes rack can hold up to 36 items. If you do not…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 6. Jul
  • 48

Simply Brilliant Way To Temporarily Some Bad Teeth for Under $3

Sometimes you have to just do what you can to survive in this life. Imagine for a moment you have a job interview tomorrow and you have some chipped, broken, or missing teeth that could keep you from getting the job. That shouldn’t disqualify…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 6. Jul
  • 69

EASY Car Dent Removal Technique You Can Do Yourself And Save $1,000’s

Before you go out and perhaps spend a $1000 or more you’ve got to try this amazing DIY car dent removal technique. With just a little work it could save you a bunch of money. You don’t need ANY expensive tools. In fact you’ll be…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 15. Jun
  • 32

This Recipe For Homemade Laundry Detergent Could Save You Hundreds Of Dollars Per Year

Store bought laundry detergent is one of those items that most people don’t really think about. They buy their box of tide not really giving any thought into how much it costs. Besides that, that clean fresh smell you get when you open the…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 15. Jun
  • 13

See How One Person Saved $10,000 Over 3 Years Making 4 Easy Switches

Making your money survive might be harder than surviving some emergencies. We learned about a real person who did a little research and was able to come up with a way to save some big money making 4 easy switches. In fact this person was able to…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 10. Jun
  • 45

Looking For A New Way To Make A Living? Try Aquaponics For Profit

Sometimes most everyone gets bored with how they make a living and think of moving on to something else. If you have an interest in aquaponics this video might give you some ideas. Making a living doing something you like is a great way to survive.…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 14. May
  • 19

9 Totally Awesome Money Saving Life Hacks Hacks You Need To Know…In Under 2 Minutes

We’re glad we stumbled across these 9 new, unique, and money saving life hacks. You’re going to learn them all in under 2 minutes in this quick to the point video. For me #4 was the most unique. Watch the short video and then let us know…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 11. May
  • 74

How To Fix A Broken Dryer Belt Yourself And Save $200

Replacing a broken drum belt on your clothes dryer is fairly easy once you watch this short video. It can be completed in about 15 minutes. The actual replacement belt will cost you around $12-$15. Compare that to the $50 a repairman will charge…
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  • Survival Economics
  • 11. Apr
  • 20

Are You In The Group Of Americans Not Prepared For The Coming Economic Collapse? Here’s 16 Warning Signs You Need To Watch Out For. #7 Proves The Point

Every day it seems we here the same old messages, get prepared, the end is coming soon, and so on. In this revealing article author Michael Snyder makes some pretty good points that most Americans are not prepared at all should the economy really…
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