Game Over: How You Can Prosper in a Shattered Economy

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In Game Over, bestselling author and investment adviser Dr. Stephen Leeb shows you not only how to survive, but how to actually thrive in the ongoing economic maelstrom. After telling you just how bad things are by exposing the basic-and outdated-suppositions of our institutions, Dr. Leeb provides a clear-cut and well-crafted financial road map to protect every investor in these difficult years. Many will lose their savings and never fulfill their financial dreams. But with Dr. ...

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Overview

In Game Over, bestselling author and investment adviser Dr. Stephen Leeb shows you not only how to survive, but how to actually thrive in the ongoing economic maelstrom. After telling you just how bad things are by exposing the basic-and outdated-suppositions of our institutions, Dr. Leeb provides a clear-cut and well-crafted financial road map to protect every investor in these difficult years. Many will lose their savings and never fulfill their financial dreams. But with Dr. Leeb's advice, you can make sure yours come true. Discover:

Which key investments will steadily rise

The best ways to hedge surging inflation

Which sectors will boom.

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  • Stephen Leeb, Ph.D.
    Stephen Leeb, Ph.D.  

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As the author of the much-quoted 2006 bestseller The Coming Economic Collapse and the prophetic 2005 jeremiad The Oil Factor, Dr. Stephen Leeb doesn't need additional endorsements. With those impeccable, if frightening credentials, he earns our undivided attention. His Game Over doesn't offer rosy conclusions or simple panaceas, but it does present his detailed assessment of the worrisome global economic problems and what readers can do to protect their resources. Tough words for tough times.
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Investment guru Leeb, former editor of Personal Finance and a media commentator, reaffirms his earlier predictions, in The Coming Economic Collapse and The Oil Factor, that "the world is headed for a train wreck centered on pending massive shortages" of resources and commodities, especially oil. Though financial institutions now take center stage, Leeb asserts that the "vicious circles" he describes underlie those problems, and will only get worse as oil becomes scarcer (the Peak Oil theory, that "oil will never again be as plentiful and cheap" as it was). Another problem is increasing demand from emerging economies like China and India, and the inability of alternative energy to keep up-as they depend on yet more scarce commodities (solar cells use rare tellurium, wind mills require steel, etc.). Leeb declares gold the "most essential asset to invest in," with defense stocks a close second (in anticipation of coming resource wars), but his sobering perspective is tempered by a conclusion that "our challenge" in the coming crisis is "more sociological than economic," and that a soft landing for the U.S. could mean a simpler, "more productive" society and a return to 1950s-style prosperity.
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446544801
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/2009
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Based in NYC, Stephen Leeb is one of the nation's leading experts on financial forecasting and Wall Street trends.

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Table of Contents

Author's Note ix

Introduction 1

Part I Resource Shortages: Facing Facts 11

Chapter 1 Oil: Racing to Run-Out 13

Chapter 2 Vicious Circles: Oil, Metals, and Minerals 25

Chapter 3 Water Is a Commodity, Too 34

Chapter 4 The Developing World 43

Chapter 5 The Curse and Cost of Complexity 58

Chapter 6 Wall Street, Complexity, and the Shortfall in Resources 68

Part II Meeting the Challenge 77

Chapter 7 We Never Said It Would Be Easy 79

Chapter 8 Alternative Energies 86

Chapter 9 More on Alternative Energies 100

Chapter 10 Buying Time 113

Chapter 11 Denial and Disaster 124

Part III Economic Tsunami 135

Chapter 12 The Inflation Bomb 137

Chapter 13 Inflation: Why the Old Solutions Will No Longer Work 149

Part IV Investments for a Chaotic World 165

Chapter 14 Gold: Your Single Best Bet as the Commodity Crisis Unfolds 167

Chapter 15 BRAC: Staying Afloat by Investing Abroad 189

Chapter 16 Investing in the New Resource War 205

Chapter 17 Investing in the Solutions 213

Chapter 18 Our Best Hope: A Flatter World After All 222

Index 233

Acknowledgments 243

About the Author 245

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

    A very compelling case to be concerned about the future

    Game Over seems well researched and provides a comprehensive look at how monetary actions and resource availability could potentially combine to enable interesting investment opportunities in the future. The tone of the book is rather "doom and gloom", which the author admits at several points. If you can maintain some optimism as you read it you will get a better understand of how US and other government actions to get us out of the current mess are unprecedented and how old school investment advice should be scrutinized very closely. Game Over lacks specific tactics about investing in gold, which he presents as the best hedge against inflation in the future, but Leeb does provide a good overview of how the price of gold might behave in the future as the world economy reacts to both the newly minted supply of money and the ever increasing cost of extracting resources from the earth.

    I definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to better understand how to invest in the future in response to the current economic crisis.

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  • Posted September 13, 2009

    Excellent Book

    Very thought provoking. It's especially timely given the (bogus) climate change efforts in process to kill our economy. If only the felons in Congress would take this to heart and put together a real energy policy to help avoid what this book sees as a possible future outcome.

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