Aftershock has ratings and reviews. Cordell said: I Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown Robert Wiedemer. David Wiedemer, Robert A. Wiedemer, and Cindy Spitzer, authors of the revised and substantially (30%) updated third edition of Aftershock. Aftershock by Robert Wiedemer – Find out how economic events will effect the price of gold and other precious metals.
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S dollar its strength and what can investors do to protect themselves against a rapid devaluation? Their wailing against their own is old news and no longer an insider joke. Will investors be hit as hard in the “Aftershock” as they were in the Great Depression? Huge amounts of foreign investment in our economy as the bubbles grew boosted the dollar’s value, aftershoci it is all crumbling and will accelerate as foreign investors pull out. Now it’s time to aftershpck the piper.
It will be the Great Aftetshock all over again. Without including the effect of the past three years, this book has become irrelevant. Prepare for your stocks,bonds, and your house value to drop. This book was repetitive halfway through, I cringed every time I read “multi-bubble economy” and vague. How alarming is it to investors that, in the so-called interest of national security, there has become a growing war on privacy and wealth?
Could all the economists, the Fed, the bankers, and the market leaders all be so blind?
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 19, Marshall rated it did not like it Shelves: The government could and should prevent catastrophic fallout from a private debt collapse by banning floating interest for existing debt and by putting an interest spread cap on new private debt, for example. Hardcoverpages. Not surprising to me at all.
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Anyone who claims to predict the path of economies years out cannot be taken seriously. Good, well-researched skepticism and contrarianism Probably not a coincidence.
That said, this book has some reasonable arguments, it presents a different perspective than the norm, which I value, and I liked that they advocate squatting property sometimes.
His latest book, The Aftershock Investorwas published in Septemberand achieved Wall Street Journal bestseller status in about one month. Unfortunately, I believe this author is right about the future of our economy. On the other hand, I am actually excited to see how the international economy eventually rights itself.
Books by David Wiedemer. Horrible Book This book is so redundant.
After all the authors were right once before. It is important to be creative and question the status quo sounds like “Unprotected”, a book I read earlier on how such thinking has interfered in providing actual and important health information to college students because it would fly in the face of the status quo and the louder but smaller political special interest groups who intervene.
Aftershock: Finding fortune in marketing doom
This book is like someone in the second inning of a baseball game saying the Yankees are going to win then the next day writing a full page newspaper article about all the ways it was easy to see that the Yankees were going to win and going pitch by pitch through the whole game expelling how you knew all along what each pitch would be and saying we knew it all along.
And then there’s that chart showing that the stock market for the past few years follows the aftershck of quantitative easing up and down like the most obedient lap dog in the world.
Wiedemer’s growing concerns about the effects of debt and stimulus programs around the world, fiat currency wars and the growing need for investors to protect themselves with gold and other precious metals. The authors pat themselves on the back for predicting the effect of multiple bubbles and lead the listener to believe that their theories of the past will predict the future. You can help Wikipedia by wiedemr it.
There are three authors, and maybe only one of them makes me squirm the way a used car salesman does. Remember the equation from your macroecon class. Not 5 pages, 5 paragraphs! Do you put your faith in the authors?? They must repeat themselves at least 50 times!
Gold is a bubble too. Do I trust them more than these three clowns? Maybe there’s nowhere safe to put my money except under my mattress. Jul 10, Lori rated it really liked it Shelves: I have never done anything like this before.
It’s such a bubble that the last couple centuries of gold prices look like a flat line by comparison to the last decade. What the authors could call a housing bubble has been kept in check by low interest rates and no inflation. I DO NOT agree with their look ahead on page”There won’t be a massive level of violence in afteeshock streets but there will be dramatically increased stresses on individuals due to the immense economic pressures. Their message is not complicated, not abstract wiede,er theorizing, but neither is it fluff.
I lost interest before completing the book. Apparently, the authors also have no understanding that monetary policies are mere superstitions, which only work as everyone else is a follower, or a believer, one should say. However, I do believe the authors — who correctly predicted the housing bubble back when everyone else said things were fine — are absolutely correct in their concerns about the future of our economy and the crashes that are ahead.
Publisher’s Summary From the authors who accurately predicted the bursting of the global bubble economy comes the definitive look at what aaftershock ahead in and beyond. I started off not wanting to like this book and in the end I still didn’t like it.