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While most people ignore the warning signs, those who move quickly and correctly can position themselves now to cover assets and profit from what will be the biggest economic challenge—and wealth-building opportunity—of our times.
"A sobering financial wakeup call for all Americans."
—C. Thomas McMillen, Rhodes Scholar and former three-term U.S. congressman
"Whether you think it goes too far or hits a bull's eye, America's Bubble Economy presents a riveting argument for what may be coming and how to make the most of it."
—Philip J. Gross, former CFO, America Online
"Sound advice in these times, America's Bubble Economy delivers what we need to hear. Its prognosis may be harsh, but these insights are astute, logical, and compelling."
—Dr. Rodney Stevenson, Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, past president of the Association for Evolutionary Economics
"Finally, a way to profit from the government's reckless spending habits!"
—Jim Goldinger, Managing Director, TD Capital Ventures
"More roadmap than crystal ball, this book doesn't simply advise a reader what's coming; it tells a reader exactly how to plan and respond. That it manages to predict an awfully troubling near future while still managing to be readable and even funny in spots is no mean feat."
—Ken Kurson, co-author with Rudy Giuliani of the No. 1 bestseller Leadership, and financial columnist at Esquire
Part One: America’s Bubble Economy.
Chapter 1: Executive Summary.
Chapter 2: Bubble Blind.
Chapter 3: Bubblequake.
Chapter 4: What!? You Mean We’re Not King of the World!?
Part Two: Profit When It Pops with Alternative Investments.
Chapter 5: Cashing in on Chaos.
Chapter 6: Gold for People Who Hate Gold by Eric Janszen.
Chapter 7: Survive and Thrive.
Part Three: The Really Big “Big Picture.”
Chapter 8: The View from 30,000 Feet.
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Posted November 13, 2008
This simple book with a catchy title explains how the U.S. became susceptible to a variety of rapidly popping financial bubbles that will all have unhappy endings. David Wiedemer, Robert A. Wiedemer, Cindy Spitzer and Eric Janszen have made their book easy to read, and it certainly describes the current forces at work on Wall Street. Yet, like other predictive books, it goes into more speculative detail than needed in the first section, which considers what factors could trigger a multistage bubble collapse. Readers may find the details in the book¿s second half more useful. It explains the investment vehicles that the authors believe could provide some upside protection when the bubbles burst. getAbstract recommends this intriguing, start-up introduction as an accessible first course on market survival, though it seems to need more extensive source citations. Such notes would have made this even more authoritative.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 21, 2006
It's all about the right time, the right place. But that in itself won't help. Like all successes in life, it is about individuals taking action now to protect assets plus being part of the biggest wealth building boom of our time! It certainly is a wake-up call!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 20, 2006
This book was very easy to read and understand. The use of statistics, graphs and figures to back up claims and add visual interest makes the information understandable. This book is visionary and we plan to put to use the information we gained by reading it. I am Democrat, husband a Republican and we both really enjoyed reading and discussing this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 2, 2006
This book does provide some good information for those who do not know about the bubble economy we are in. But if you have any knowledge of it, this book comes up short because it does not provide the detail needed to truly understand both the short and long term problems for America. So for the less informed I would recommend it but not for those who have an idea what is going on. My rating is therefore 3.5. If you are not that informed, this book might be a good starter book to read before reading 'America's Financial Apocalypse' which is way more detailed and covers the short and longer term and gives excellent investment strategies. If you read both books like I have you will understand what I mean.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 20, 2006
This book is timely, relevant and on-target. It offers knowledge that only accredited investors and billionaires usually know. Now, they offer it to the masses in step-by-step way to show how anyone can protect their assets and even profit from the Near Coming Financial Meltdown in the next three years. If you want to be one of the winners . Devour this book and apply it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 11, 2011
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