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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Special financing available Select PayPal Credit at checkout to have the option to pay over time. United States and many other countries See details. Jul 10, Lori rated it really liked it Shelves: It is true, the sentiment and self-esteem is devastated and the potential to consume or reinvest more has just waned.
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I hope I won’t be too busy hoarding food rations to update this review with an apology and a five star rating. Most other experts would then be able to duplicate the logic of the authors and react to what they see in an orderly fashion.
If you value your own financial well being, especially if you have a family to take care of, read Aftershock. Predicted inflation solely on the basis that Money Supply has been increasing without regard of the other economic forces that counter act a rise in Money supply. Seller information tiyelucy Aftershock is easy-to-read, entertaining, and practical book guides readers to seek safety and profits in these evolving economic conditions.
Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown
A book that does not look new aiedemer has been read but is in excellent condition. After all, humans ignore all facts when inconvenient. The item you’ve selected was not added to your cart. The book suggests selling stocks, buying gold, selling ‘extra property’, etc. If you cannot take the pain, stay out of the game.
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The authors claim that the United States will inevitably default on its debt. With a couple of exceptions I disagree with most of what this book espouses, mostly the modern fable that economics should be a hard science afhershock technical reason. Add to watch list Remove from watch list. They focus on housing, stock markets, private debt, spending, dollar, aftedshock government debt.
But I understand trade-offs, and I’m quite sure the Fed does too. So the ultimate rating of this book lies in the results – especially for those who took the actions prescribed in the book. The ideas of capital and its deployment for interest has made little progress for the last thousand years, or so.
Oh yeah, the infomercial people trying to sell me their investment advice. 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 wecond. For example, their advice in a highly-inflationary envir The book contains a lot of good information, however it seemed to be extremely repetitive.
This of course was followed by a reminder that what really matters most in life is not money but our own personal integrity and how we interact with others around us. Or the rollercoaster ride editiln summer ? The Aftershock Investor Wiley,now in its 2nd Edition as of offers a more investment-focused perspective of the Aftershock and what investors can do right now to protect themselves.
Aug 25, A. Not surprising to me at all. Fortunately the aftersbock of their predictions seems a bit off, currently, even though the book was written only a year ago. I don’t understand how they could predict this dramtic rise in unemployment but then predict that there will not be much of an upturn in crime. I also believe xecond we can’t get something for nothing – at least not in a sustainable way.
Finally, the overuse of the word “bubble” became exceedingly tiresome. The book shows you how to: The authors sure seem confident cocky. However, this is mainly fueled by the lack of alternatives, a factor in investor psychology that the authors do not seem to recognize.
Very interesting read, and certainly an eye opener. All these ideas have one thing in common: Another is by simply not telling the truth about the gravity of the situation, and the authors hint at that possibility.
There are no discussion aftershoco on this book yet. Most relevant reviews See all 8 reviews. With a couple of points in inflation, the debt would eat itself away before maturity.
The problem is not, as the authors recognize, rising real estate prices alone but rather the imbalance that has been created during three decades of wiedemmer wages AND real estate inflation. Not right now, anyway.
However, the authors display an unusual and at times entertaining level of street-smarts that bring forth real-world solutions and prudent advice.
Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next G Though an interesting case, it wasn’t a very strong This book makes an interesting case that the real estate market was only one of many economic bubbles to pop. I believe that Chapter 11 should have been included in the book. They even think that the idea that securities could have taken editioh the economy is plain out wrong. Oct 23, Jamaal rated it it was amazing. Other titles by Wiedemer, Wiedemer, aecond Spitzer: Instead, we are moving through uncharted territory, with new challenges and opportunities that few people can anticipate.