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Joshua Glawson

Joshua D. Glawson writes about politics, economics, philosophy, and personal development. He has Bachelor's in Political Science from University of California Irvine. 

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North Carolina is known for many wonderful things — being “First in Flight,” Carolina BBQ, Biltmore Estate (the largest private residence in the US), being the home of NASCAR, and much more. 
Average investors may find their first purchase of physical gold and silver a little intimidating. To be sure, bad actors have sold metals with lower purity or less precious metal content than claimed. Sometimes it requires special...
The first gold rush in North America began in North Carolina in 1799 after a 12-year-old boy named Conrad Reed found a 17-pound gold nugget. The news spread, drawing the attention of tens of thousands of prospectors to begin mining...
There is an untold story in American monetary history. Some are reluctant even to discuss it. I’m referring to the US Secret Service’s very own role in the destruction of sound money in America.
There is an untold story in American monetary history. Some are reluctant even to discuss it. I’m referring to the U.S. Secret Service’s very own role in the destruction of sound money in America.
When money becomes less valuable and costs rise, the money you have saved affords you exponentially less. In the short term, you may not notice the difference. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, $1 in June 2020 has an...
As the world continues to be rocked by inflation and financial instability, four precious metals “megatrends” have emerged largely undetected by the mainstream – central bank gold buying, rapidly expanding silver uses, a platinum supply...
In 1946, when the Foundation for Economic Education was founded, an ounce of gold traded for around $38.25. This week, it was trading above $2,000! I can only imagine how much money could have been made with earlier investments in gold. I...
Buying physical gold is a time-proven method of securing generational wealth, and a security measure often taken in times of economic turbulence. Gold investing has long been viewed as a hedge against inflation and a store of value against...

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