Endonomics: Default, Deflation, Derivatives & the End of the United States as We Know It.

Overview

By 2025, the American empire will have gone the way of so many empires before it. So says iconoclastic (and uncannily prescient) libertarian hypnotist and former financial engineer Jake Shannon. In ENDonomics, Shannon lays out the causes of the impending collapse of the United States as we know it in clear and simple language:

...why, despite multiple 'quantitative easings', we are not seeing hyperinflation and in many cases seeing deflation?
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Overview

By 2025, the American empire will have gone the way of so many empires before it. So says iconoclastic (and uncannily prescient) libertarian hypnotist and former financial engineer Jake Shannon. In ENDonomics, Shannon lays out the causes of the impending collapse of the United States as we know it in clear and simple language:

...why, despite multiple 'quantitative easings', we are not seeing hyperinflation and in many cases seeing deflation?
...what happens when the US defaults on the national debt?
...how has modern financial economics, and derivatives instruments specifically, helped to hasten the collapse of the United States?

...and much, much more.

Despite the dismal title referring to the dismal science, Shannon contends that there is good reason to be an "Apocaloptimist". Read and share ENDonomics and learn why the end of the American empire may very well lead to the rebirth of the American Republic!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479203680
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/26/2012
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Having vocally predicted the recent credit crisis while the Manager of Oversight for Complex Instruments at Indymac Bank, Jake Shannon also accurately warned of the current deflation we are experiencing in his 2009 Anomaly: Revolutionary Knowledge In Everyday Life. In 2010, he warned how the GOP would later go on to effectively co-opt the modern Tea Party movement in his critically acclaimed book TEA-O-CONNED: The Hijacking of Liberty in America. Jake Shannon earned his M.Sc. in Financial Engineering in 2002 and has worked professionally as a statistician and quantitative analyst in investment and mortgage banking. Jake hosted the popular talk show Mental Self Defense Radio and has served as Chair of the Libertarian Party of Utah. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and children.
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