Aftershock has ratings and reviews. Robert Wiedemer he timing of the most recent edition (,) and the second glitch, not so much forgivable. Robert A. Wiedemer is President of Aftershock Publishing and a Managing Aftershock Second Edition was published in August and became a New York. Bob Wiedemer discusses the impact of changes in the White House on the The Aftershock Investor (Wiley, , now in its 2nd Edition as of.
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His series of predictions were contrary to most major economists and government officials. It has been evident that we have been cutting corners and putting off the inevitable. Subject to credit approval. Will usually ship within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment – opens in a new window or tab.
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Aftershock is easy-to-read, entertaining, and practical book guides readers to seek safety and profits in these evolving economic conditions. I think to some extent also history but without falling into the trap that historical and modern events can be handled the same or that their outcomes will be the same. The amount that they cited the Siedemer Supply being raised by the first Quantitative Easing. Apr 08, Cordell rated it did not like it. As we have observed in Greece, Spain, and now Argentina The authors claim that the United States will inevitably default on its debt.
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Basically, they see the huge amount of private debt, stocks, the government debt, and the money supply as the next big problems ahead. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab International shipping and import charges paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Our debt has ballooned so much, a small secon in interest rates will mean tax revenues will not even cover the interest.
They call for one savior to come and ask the edltion questions — but only half-heartedly because they like to see themselves in this lofty position. Private debt has long been astonishing.
Even if a certain event occurs again it does not mean the surrounding conditions are the same, no matter what field of study. After reading this book’s economic theories, I came away even MORE convinced that the Austrians have it right, with everyone else playing catch-up. If nothing else, the most salient points could easily be put into an executive summary that would be, at most, a few pages long. They even recognize that life should be in the center of human priorities and that it goes on even without money.
As I am somewhat skeptical of human nature, the book’s rosy portrayal of an imagined long-term future seems to be more a work of creative fiction to me, leaving me to wonder just what kind of anarchy will really take place. But other than being bad for the psyche, nothing happened — in the aggregate view of the matter. A complete change, not an adjustment of rules, will be needed.
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Now, stocks are not unlike tulip bulbs from back in the seventeenth century. Either investors believe that the economy is finally turning around and therefore higher demand for credit will drive up interest rates; or investors are beginning to worry that inflation is on its way due to massive money printing by the Fed QE1 and QE2and the bond bubble is about to pop. In their last book, they called the real estate and debt collapse of and with stunning accuracy, back in !
Even so, I will probably be reading a more optimistic economic book soon. This is completely new, this is real, this is ugly, and this will happen just as the authors say. Despite their call to securities to which many smart investors are aversethis is its strong point, and this reviewer is inclined to turn a blind eye on the overwhelming weak wdition because they differ little from common economic wisdom.
Then they spend exactly 5 paragraphs expounding on eecond. While the authors focus on more downward pressure on the housing market due to inflation and rising interest rates, neither of the two needs to obligatorily come through.
The global economy will need new rules, a new structure. Though they differentiate themselves somewhat from the other Chicken Littles like Peter Schiff, they do sound a lot like the loony Austrian school of economics, who insist the sky really is falling if edktion the government would let it.
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That being said, I don’t think this book should be wirdemer – I would definitely recommend it to others. It is a band aid for living in a failing system. Aftershock has also received widespread international interest.
I thought their overview of the current conditions was spot on but I still would have liked to have seen a little more analysis of each bubble. The Death of Money: Inflation in the double digits is sure to come, especially since no amount of printed money will save the economy and forestall the inflation. The more troubling issue with stocks is securitization, a factor that the authors do not seem to think being a big deal.
And this is no “down cycle” that will soon be followed seclnd a reliable “up cycle. They pretend that the understanding of aftershoco and interest is some sort of a modern idea.
Erition is no recession and certainly no “cycle”. This book is like someone in the second inning of a baseball game saying the Yankees are going t I don’t think I’ve ever given a one star review before but I will explain why I did here.
Items in search results. I aftershodk donated to his campaign. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. I do think it’s very difficult to predict macroeconomics, and just because they got it right once doesn’t necessarily mean they will continue to be right.