From his personal bio on his website:
I am a 50-year-old who has willingly terminated his former high-paying, high-status position because it seemed like an unnecessary diversion from the real tasks at hand. My children are now homeschooled, and the big house in Mystic was sold in July of 2003 in preference for a modest homestead in rural western Massachusetts. In 2002, I discovered that my broker was unable to navigate a bear market, and I’ve been managing our investments ever since. I grow a garden every year; preserve food, know how to brew beer & wine, and raise chickens. I’ve carefully examined each support system (food, energy, security, etc), and for each of them I’ve figured out either a means of being more self-sufficient or a way to do without. But, most importantly, I now know that the most important descriptor of wealth is not my dollar holdings, but the depth and richness of my community.
Martenson has a way of explaining complex financial matters in simple terms. His full Crash Course consists of 27 short videos that detail our current economic situation and what is to come – and how you can take action to lower your exposure to the coming trends.
Here are the first two videos of the Crash Course series.
For more on Peak Prosperity and to watch the entire video series, please click here.
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