Daniel S. Shaffer is president and CEO of Shaffer Asset Management, Inc. He is a certifi ed public accountant (CPA) as well as chartered fi nancial consultant (ChFC). He has a master's of science degree in accounting from New York University and bachelor's degree in speech communications from Syracuse University.
Profiting in Economic Storms: A Historic Guide To Surviving Depression, Deflation, HyperInflation, and Market Bubblesby Daniel S. Shaffer
In this era of unprecedented economic disruption, author Dan Shaffer warns investors and traders to be skeptical of the day-to-day pronouncements of the media and financial pundits, and instead look to the lessons of history and long-term economic cycles to inform/b>
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A look at lessons of the past that could help secure profits in an uncertain economic future
In this era of unprecedented economic disruption, author Dan Shaffer warns investors and traders to be skeptical of the day-to-day pronouncements of the media and financial pundits, and instead look to the lessons of history and long-term economic cycles to inform their financial decisions.
To successfully navigate today's economic storms, he asserts, investors need to break free of crowd psychology and think for themselves. Shaffer believes that the study of past financial crises provides the surest guide to assessing the current environment, and with this reliable resource he shows you exactly how to make the most of your time in today's markets with this effective approach.
- Offers timely advice on surviving depressions, deflation, hyperinflation, and market bubbles
- Compares our current economic and political situation with past financial crises and the rise and fall of other civilizations
By understanding the "big picture," and refusing to be manipulated, you can better protect your assets and move in and out of trends to make big profits. This book will show you what it takes to make these moves, and excel in today's uncertain economic environment.
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