Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

A private reserve strategy is nothing more than creating your own financial system; a holding place for your money that you control and is readily available when needed.

A private reserve strategy is not only the ideal way to finance personal capital purchases, but also fights the damaging effects of the inflationary practices of the commercial lending sector. (see How Privatized Banking Really Works)

“The basic idea of [Private Reserve Strategy] is that the typical American household is flushing away boatloads of money in interest expenses to outside financiers.  If people could become disciplined and save up before making major purchases—so that they were relying on their own accumulated capital rather than what others had saved—they would be able to finally start getting ahead.” –Robert Murphy

“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” –Winston Churchill

The goal of the private reserve strategy is to increase one’s pool of capital, with an emphasis on maintaining control and establishing access to money.  Many have learned over the last few years that having money is of little value if one is unable to gain possession of it; whether it be in property, an IRA, or a 401(k).