The Great Depression Ahead: How to Prosper in the Debt Crisis of 2010 - 2012

The Great Depression Ahead: How to Prosper in the Debt Crisis of 2010 - 2012

by Harry S. Dent Jr.
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The Great Depression Ahead: How to Prosper in the Debt Crisis of 2010 - 2012 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
PJSkipper More than 1 year ago
Horrible written and organized. Even with my accounting degree and MBA, I have trouble reading this work. The charts are not labled well at all. Has a very important message and should have been better written.
dyor More than 1 year ago
I agree with PJSkipper - book is chaotic; MANY of his predictions failed (as seen in Aug 2011). Actually if one analyzes the different predictions they contradict one another ! And of course advises given would have proven disastrous - eg. on pg 297 the author says to sell commodities and gold in early 2010; But in real life gold advanced ~ 60% from Mar 2010 to Aug 2011 ! And many more junky hints like that. What a shame to write such a crap. The only interesting thing is observation about demographics and economic cycles. But as should have been expected - dated predictions fail (vide Buffet saying that following predictions is the fastest road to bankruptcy).
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MinnesotaSage More than 1 year ago
I was drawn to this book because of Dent's previously prescient predictions and explanations of economic malaise over the last several years. Dent starts the book with a ton of momentum and energy; however, several important graphs are tough to understand (e.g., missing x y axis illustrations). A revision with updated graphs and with comments post the Great Recession would revitalize the read.
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