The Great Super Cycle: Profit from the Coming Inflation Tidal Wave and Dollar Devaluation [NOOK Book]

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PRAISE FOR The Great Super Cycle

"Dave Skarica is wise beyond his years. He is thorough in his research, positive in his outlook and never sinks to spreading fear or bearish sentiment as so many other writers do to sell their books and newsletters. A thoroughly recommended read."—DOMINIC FRISBY, Presenter, Frisby's Bulls and Bears

"The Great Super Cycle covers plenty of ground, from financial history, to cyclical patterns, to the reasons why the U.S. dollar and U.S. bonds are headed towards collapse. And Dave ...

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Overview

PRAISE FOR The Great Super Cycle

"Dave Skarica is wise beyond his years. He is thorough in his research, positive in his outlook and never sinks to spreading fear or bearish sentiment as so many other writers do to sell their books and newsletters. A thoroughly recommended read."—DOMINIC FRISBY, Presenter, Frisby's Bulls and Bears

"The Great Super Cycle covers plenty of ground, from financial history, to cyclical patterns, to the reasons why the U.S. dollar and U.S. bonds are headed towards collapse. And Dave Skarica acts as your guide in the dangerous world of hyperinflation, and he can help you to sidestep the pitfalls, and invest your way to financial independence."—MICHAEL HAMPTON, founder of the popular chatboard, GlobalEdgeInvestors.com

"The twentieth century was called the American century and all an investor had to do was buy U.S. stocks, sit on them, and get rich. In a changing world with the rise of emerging markets, inflation, and a less attractive U.S. dollar, investors now have to think outside the box to make money. Global cycles expert Dave Skarica provides the road map to doing just that in this exciting book." —MICHAEL SWANSON, WallStreetWindow.com; author of Strategic Stock Trading

"David Skarica's latest book confirms that a 'buy and hold' investment strategy doesn't work anymore. He explains why a proactive investment strategy is needed. His book highlights how U.S. dollars are best invested to take advantage of cycles that are expected to influence equity market returns well into the current decade."—DON VIALOUX, CMT, past president and current Director of the Canadian Society of Technical Analysts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470940242
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/15/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 794,412
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

DAVID SKARICA is the founder and Editor of Addicted to Profits, a popular newsletter known for its stellar performance in both up and down markets. Skarica entered the financial markets at a very young age and, at the age of eighteen, became the youngest person on record to pass the Canadian Securities Course. He is a regular speaker at trade and investment conferences in Canada and is a regular guest on the Business News Network (BNN), Canada's flagship business broadcasting network. His work has appeared in publications such as the Bull and Bear Financial Report, Barron's, Investor's Digest of Canada, and Canadian MoneySaver. Skarica also writes Gold Stock Adviser, an investment newsletter for the conservative media outlet, Newsmax.

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Table of Contents

Overview.

Introduction: Economic Armageddon.

How Super Powers Fall and Empires End And Why It Is NOT The End of the World.

Part I: The Next Bubble and Boom.

Chapter 1: The Explosion of Debt and the End of the Super Bubble.

How We Got Here.

Chapter 2: The Money Printers and The Coming Inflation.

The Death Of the Bond Bubble.

Part II: Riding the Secular and Cyclical Tidal .

Chapter 3: You Cannot Fight the Power of Cycles.

Profiting from Secular moves.

Chapter 4: The Fake Bull Market.

Profiting from Cyclical Moves.

Part III: Investment Strategies for Shielding Inflation.

Chapter 5: Gold and Silver.

Still a Good Investment Opportunity.

Chapter 6: Commodities.

Monetary Inflation and Demand Will = A Commodities Boom.

Chapter 7: Value and Contrarian Investing.

Investing at a Point of Maximum Pessimism.

Part IV: Investing in Emerging Economies.

Chapter 8: China.

How and Why You Should Invest in Economic Superpower.

Chapter 9: India.

A Long-Term Investing Strategy.

Chapter 10: Investing in other Emerging Global Markets.

Conclusion.

Recommended Reading.

Bibliography.

Acknowledgements.

About the Author.

Index.

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    Posted December 3, 2012

    Hi again

    Hey guys in AquaClan!! If you want to know more about me, Soul the gray ad black she fox who just joined ur clan, search my story in soulless all results! First result, first chap. Etc... hope u enjoy!

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    Rank: queen
    Gender: female
    Mate: Blackfur
    Kits: Three. They are Shadowkit, Morningkit, and Foxkit
    Description: a slender silver blue colored she cat. She has blue eyes and a white tabby like chest, paws, and underbelly. (Forgot original one made this up, so it may not be correct...)
    Kin: River-father, Lake-mother, Pebbles-sister, and Moss-brother
    History: kin all dead. She used to live in a clan, then they got destroyed and she and her sister Pebbles became loners until a fox killed her sister leaving her alone with no family, since her other family died out like her former clan. She soon became pregant and her kit's father died, so he decieded to join Aquaclan and met Blackfur, her one true love and had her three kits.


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    Personality- shy and playful but like a shadow when compared to her sister....

    Name-Foxkit
    Gender-male, only tom in his litter
    Apperance- rusty red color with green eyes
    Personality-cheerful and tries to resolve probolems between his two sisters and is best friends with Shadowkit.

    Name-Morningkit
    Gender-female
    Apperance- alittle like her mom. White with a tad of silver and blue eyes.
    Personality- charming and nice to everyone...except her littermate Shadowkit and sometimes even Foxkit. A little dramatic but dislikes her sister and strives to be the best.

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    Rank- Warrior
    Appearance- A long-legged dappled tortoishell shecat with black, red, and gray patches, white paws, a white tail-tip, and amber eyes
    Description- Loyal to her Clanmates, brave and a fierice fighter when need be, caring and friendly in times of peace
    Kin- Daybreak (mother), Robin (father), Frost (brother), Batpaw (brother), Heather (sister)
    Mate- Looking for that special tom, I guess...
    Kits- None
    History- Applethorn's mother, Daybreak, fell in love with a rouge named Robin. She had four kits, Frostkit, Batkit, Heatherkit, and Applekit. Daybreak never told them their father was a rouge, and kept his name a secret. When they were all seven moons old, their father came to visit them. Disgusted that their mother had lied to them and that they were half-Clan, Heatherpaw and Frostpaw took on new names and left the Clan and their mother behind them. Daybreak was heartbroken at the loss of her two kits, and took out her hatred on Applepaw and Batpaw. Tired of being bullied by their mother and scorned my their Clanmates, Batpaw left to find his father and littermates, while Applepaw went on a search for a new Clan where she would be treated rightly. She found AquaClan, and became Applethorn.

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    Kin: Dawnmist ( mother, dead ), Wolfkit ( sister, gone ), Flamekit ( brother, gone ), Nightkit ( brother, gone ), Jaggertooth ( father ), and Frostfeather ( half sister ).
    History (so far....): Dapplekit's mother, Dawnmist died trying to stop an unknown cat from stealing Dapplekit's littermates. Also, her half sister, Frostfeather, is part of a prophecy.

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