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Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know

Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know

by Steven J. Spence
Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know

Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know

by Steven J. Spence

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Overview

A straightforward guide to understanding the global monetary system and why the shine is off the U.S. dollar's position as the Gold Standard of world currencies. Steven J. Spence, a military veteran and corporate employee-turned-entrepreneur, lays out a concise history of the U.S. monetary system. He's candid about his own life lessons and then shares how he came to discover the hard realities revealed in this informative read. The author explains in layperson's terms how the institutions behind money work and how it affects you. He also offers timely insight into what's going on right now from crypto currency to inflation and hyper-inflation and steps you should consider to secure your own financial future.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950495207
Publisher: Lucid House Publishing LLC
Publication date: 08/24/2021
Pages: 118
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)

About the Author

Steven J. Spence is a retired US Air Force veteran, airline mechanic, aircraft builder, and an owner of a real estate rental investment company. Throughout his military and airline careers, he taught airline safety to groups around the world. Spence grew up in poverty with a single mom, who immigrated from Germany with her American military husband only find herself alone with two young sons in the wake of a divorce. With no role models, he had no understanding about how to build his financial future. Now a successful entrepreneur, Spence focuses on financial literacy as it relates to the ordinary person. He and his wife Adriana have two daughters, Shannon and Rachel, a son, Lucas, and one grandson, Julian.

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