The Global Debt Trap: How to Escape the Danger and Build a Fortune [NOOK Book]

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Praise for THE GLOBAL DEBT TRAP HOW TO ESCAPE THE DANGER AND BUILD A FORTUNE

"This is among the most valuable and insightful works on the financial crisis and its ultimate consequences ever published. If you want to protect and grow your wealth even in the worst of times, heed the authors' warnings and seriously consider their recommendations."
—Martin D. Weiss, New York Times bestselling author

"Claus Vogt, who predicted the current crisis in his 2004 book, Das Greenspan ...

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Overview

Praise for THE GLOBAL DEBT TRAP HOW TO ESCAPE THE DANGER AND BUILD A FORTUNE

"This is among the most valuable and insightful works on the financial crisis and its ultimate consequences ever published. If you want to protect and grow your wealth even in the worst of times, heed the authors' warnings and seriously consider their recommendations."
—Martin D. Weiss, New York Times bestselling author

"Claus Vogt, who predicted the current crisis in his 2004 book, Das Greenspan Dossier, describes the current situation as a dance on the volcano. The government stimulus programs ignited a straw fire, which might last a bit longer, maybe until mid-2010. But after that, according to Vogt, the day of reckoning looms."
—Boerse ARD

"Being crash prophets is an ungrateful job. But Roland Leuschel has kept his aura since he successfully predicted the stock market crash of 1987. As chief strategist of Quirin Bank, Claus Vogt is allowed to freely tell what he thinks—exceptional latitude for a banker. The thesis of hyperinflation is very controversial, but the authors' lucid announcements are alarmingly plausible."
—Die Welt (major German newspaper)

"One should preferably read financial books from authors who have hit the bull's-eye before. That's the case with Claus Vogt and Roland Leuschel. Both are proven realists. The Global Debt Trap is easy to read and inspiring. Was the Madoff scam the largest con ever? No, say Leuschel and Vogt, it was only the largest con not conducted by a government."
—Bruno Bandulet, G&M

Nearly every advanced industrial nation on Earth is now ensnared in the greatest debt trap of all time. The Global Debt Trap—a German bestseller—details the causes of our current economic crisis and argues that political mismanagement has endangered finances, health, and, in extreme cases, democracy itself. The authors remind us that the bigger the crisis, the greater the opportunity for those who can prudently prepare ahead of time.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118010914
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/23/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

CLAUS VOGT is Managing Director of asset management firm Aequitas Capital Partners. He edits Money and Markets in the U.S. plus Sicheres Geld ("Safe Money") in Germany, and is co-author of the German bestseller, Das Greenspan Dossier.

ROLAND LEUSCHEL is coauthor of Das Greenspan Dossier and a regular columnist for Börse Online, Germany's leading stock market publication. He accurately predicted the 1980s bull market and is often called the "Crash Prophet" for his prescient warnings of the stock market crash of 1987.

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Table of Contents

Foreword.

Introduction: The Global Debt Trap.

Chapter 1 Why the Debt Crisis WAS Predictable.

Chapter 2 Real Estate, Banks, Bubbles and Debts A Look at the Extent of the Real Estate Bubble.

Chapter 3 The Great Money Game - Warning: Reading on May Seriously Damage Your Faith in Government.

Chapter 4 The Road to (Hyper)Inflation.

Chapter 5 How Could It Have Come to This?

Chapter 6 What Can You Do Now? Forecasting in Difficult Times.

Chapter 7 A Future Retrospective.

Notes.

About the Authors.

Index.

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