No. If you truly think the economy is going to collapse, you invest in bottled water, water filters, stabilized gasoline, canned food, bullets, medical supplies.
Or to quote someone else, if fear makes you think of buying gold and silver, stock up on beans, bullets and bandaids instead.
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