How to survive when the dollar collapsesThe current administration would like for you to believe that the economy is on the mend and that we can look forward to growth in 2015. But most economists and basically anyone with a grain of sense will tell you otherwise. The drop in oil prices may seem like a good thing when it’s time to gas up the SUV, but the free fall in oil prices is actually very bad news in the long run. And when you take a look at how the Federal Reserve has been artificially stimulating the economy with quantitative easing and the continued printing of ever-more-worthless dollars, it’s not difficult to see that there is a huge economic bubble being created, and it will burst sooner or later. My guess is sooner, but maybe I’m just a pessimist — time will tell…  Many are predicting that 2015 will be the year the dollar collapses, and few of us are truly ready to face what some are forecasting will be a financial “bloodbath” or “Armageddon.” Despite the Obama Administration and the Fed’s attempts to paint lipstick on a pig by cooking the books, the fact remains that more than 100 million Americans are unemployed — the highest percentage since the Great Depression. And with oil prices expected to drop even further, more Americans can expect to lose their jobs — if they are lucky enough to have one in the first place. And let’s not forget the effects of Obamacare, which is driving employers to cut hours for their workers so that they can avoid having to meet the ACA requirements.  In short, we are headed for an economic collapse that will make the 2008 crisis pale in comparison. So, how to survive the coming crash? Daisy Luther, creator of the website offers some useful advice on how to cut costs and prepare as much as possible for the inevitable collapse of the dollar. More