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The Prepper's Financial Guide: Strategies to Invest, Stockpile and Build Security for Today and the Post-Collapse Marketplace Paperback – March 17, 2015
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The second half of the book goes into more traditional prepping advice such as homesteading and working toward self-sufficiency, but still with a financial slant. Jim Cobb is one of the most authoritative voices in the world of preparedness, and more people would do well to take his advice and get control of their finances now, before disaster strikes. This book is a great start in that direction for anyone interested in making sure they’re not victims in the future.
I found a lot of skills to utilize in my own life and advise to clients that are trying to get a better hold on their finances or build up their finances after bankruptcy. Mr. Cobb is knowledgeable and practical without being preachy in his skills. He is straightforward in the facts and strategies. It is like a survival for finances after everything is decimated. His advice is practical and worth every penny. Take it with a grain of salt in the sense is that you can bring the horse to water but you can't make the horse drink. It is up to you to utilize the skills and strategies that Mr. Cobb lays out. Put yourself on firm financial footing. Even utilizing some of this will put you at a better place financially. So many people rely on credit cards these days, this book is a good way to put your eggs in a different basket.
The author makes it clear that self-sufficiency is the best financial investment you can make to safeguard against economic disaster. This book was a great start toward preparedness for me, and I’ll definitely be on the lookout for more as I take its advice on stockpiling goods and spreading my money around. You never know when a disaster might strike!