Aftershock has ratings and reviews. Cordell said: I Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown Robert Wiedemer. David Wiedemer, Robert A. Wiedemer, and Cindy Spitzer, authors of the revised and substantially (30%) updated third edition of Aftershock. Aftershock by Robert Wiedemer – Find out how economic events will effect the price of gold and other precious metals.

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Here again, private debt is not so much a problem as the securitization!! The authors did provide a website to keep track of the ‘bubble bursting status’. The government could and should prevent catastrophic fallout from a private wiedemerr collapse by banning floating interest for existing debt and by putting an interest spread cap on new private debt, for example.

Should be interesting in the upcoming years. Why take this seriously?

Aftershoc erode that trust. All these ideas have wiexemer thing in common: After all the authors were right once before. Do you put your faith in the authors?? It was chosen by Smart Money magazine as one of the five best investment books of I suppose widemer there is still time, and I don’t want to give the impression that everything is smelling of roses, but perhaps the take away is that the success of Aftershock is more about marketing for its authors than about economic prediction relevant to readers.

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 only the government would let it.

However, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. If it were otherwise, there would be no political gridlock but only experts that could tell to pick this in order for that to happen.

Aftershock Robert Wiedemer | Next Global Financial Meltdown

Look how well they warned us about the banking fiasco for an example of how well they do what they are paid to do. Do you see investors losing confidence in the U. However, I do believe the authors — who correctly aftershovk the housing bubble back aftershofk everyone else said things were fine — are absolutely correct in their concerns about the future of our economy and the crashes that are ahead.


Finally, the overuse of the word “bubble” became exceedingly tiresome. But other than being bad for the psyche, nothing happened — in the aggregate view of the matter.

How risky is for aftersjock to place their faith in the Fed’s policies and how can they protect their wealth? Will the Chinese government merely write off our debts when the US defaults?

In America’s Bubble Economy, you predicted a series of events that would make gold the preeminent investment. That is a hard one to swallow.

And then there’s that chart showing that the stock market for the past few years follows the bouts of quantitative easing up and down like the most obedient lap dog in the world. On the other hand, I am actually excited to see how the international economy eventually rights itself.

For investors of today, why do you continue to wiedmer gold as such wiedmeer strong investment for both wealth protection and profit opportunity?

Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown

The Monetary Base is only a fraction of the Money Supply and therefore, paints an inaccurate picture of what is happening on the whole. Particularly the argume Very interesting read, and certainly an eye opener. The go over in detail chapter by chapter what has happened that they predicted would happen. You know build a shelter in your basement and you and your family will be building from the artershock of a nuclear attack in no time. What the authors could call a housing bubble has been kept in check by low interest rates and no inflation.

Buy gold and coal companies basic necessity that the US produces the most of and will be exported significantly in the future. Dec 31, Christopher rated it did not like it. As anyone else, they have not the slightest clue.

We study a single tree in the forest of our profession. This is a typical doom and gloom financial outlook sftershock. What can investors do now to protect themselves? They are printing money and riding the bubbles just like us.


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However, I thought it was all to good effect; if half of what they claim is true, I had better listen to their message in this book, no matter how much I’d prefer to dismiss it. How has the Fed’s policy of printing money put stock market investors at great risk? However, they seem to fail to recognize that humans are ingenious in cheating their way out of all sorts of tight spots again, try to argue success story of the human journey.

In addition to his work with Aftershock Publishing, Mr. The Worldly Philosophers by Robert Heilbroner. If they did not leverage their wealth, they have less, but they are still among the haves. If half of what they predict comes true, I had better be ready. I started off not wanting to like this book and in the end I still didn’t like it.

Oct 04, Mad Dog rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I might be wrong. Last they claimed that the Money Supply has ballooned in the past decade. Gold feels much less safe than stocks right now, especially since stocks are productive businesses, whereas gold is just a rock.

This will require a revolution.

What is Bob Wiedemer’s Outlook for the Financial Markets and Precious Metals for 2017 and Beyond?

The good news is that the dollar is so widely used that it will not disappear. Next chapters will tell how to protect and even profit in this crucial period. Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown seemed like a warning voice against future economic calamity, so I picked it up and gave it a read.

However, this is mainly fueled by the lack of alternatives, a factor in investor psychology that the authors do not seem to recognize.