The death of belief
In the last six weeks alone Bradford & Bingley, HBOS, Lehman Bros, Wachovia, Washington Mutual, Dexia, Fortis, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and the entire banking system of Iceland have either expired or been taken over, either by rivals or by the state.
After a lifetime of trust in familiar high street banking names, ordinary depositors no longer believe their money is safe.
The rich are looking for safe havens in Germany and Ireland where even the largest accounts are explicitly guaranteed by government. The biggest problem is one of example, because banks themselves believe least of all. They are only willing to trust their cash to their central banks instead of helping each other out for day-to-day cash as they used to.
what does this mean for the small saver, well you need to get your money working for you, now stocks and shares in the USA and UK are at their lowest levels for 4 years, but perhaps now is not the time to buy.
what you are looking for is something to protest you from inflation, well perhaps I have the answer from an unusual source. how do businesses make money? Generally speaking they rely on customers. Well I can show you a business where you can own customers and get lifetime commissions on their sales. why not check it out by coming to our meeting room at Tomorrows Home Business on Thursdays 6PM PST using the password success.
Tomorrows Home Business does not require you to market or sell anything unless you wish to. You can just buy customers to earn money. We have over 8,000 customers at the moment.