Aftershock has ratings and reviews. Robert Wiedemer he timing of the most recent edition (,) and the second glitch, not so much forgivable. Robert A. Wiedemer is President of Aftershock Publishing and a Managing Aftershock Second Edition was published in August and became a New York. Bob Wiedemer discusses the impact of changes in the White House on the The Aftershock Investor (Wiley, , now in its 2nd Edition as of.
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I have purchased 10 copies and sent them to my relatives and close friends. Wiedrmer makes me question the book just a little bit. Remember the equation from your m Ugh. Save aftershock david wiedemer to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.
Hopefully things are not as dire as the publishers speculate it could be. Sep 03, John Pombrio rated it it was amazing.
You know build a shelter in your basement and you and your family will be building from the ruins of a nuclear attack in no ti Detailed economic analysis and I believe a market meltdown like the one he describes could happen. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.
Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown
The Option Trader’s Workbook: If half of what they predict comes true, A book about economics cannot really be a page-turner, but this book was gripping. But that is good, as it will give me a little more time to prepare. If they did not leverage their wealth, they have less, but they are still among the haves. I believe that most of the predictions are correct and think they are on the right track. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Aftershock shows readers how to seek safety and profits in these dynamic economic conditions.
A MUST read if you want to save yourself from world, financial calamity. Unlike most books, Aftershock goes beyond the outdated notion of “market cycles” to help readers clearly recognize and quickly respond to the rapidly evolving economy. I definitely look at the status of our economy differently. Things should get better but it may be awhile.
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However, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Sep 16, Skyqueen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Don’t be in denial. So many people will be taken completely by surprise by theses experts, leaders, and news-writers failure of their jobs at the most fundamental level. It will remain a valid currency. Take notes and take care. Our debt has ballooned so much, a small increase in qftershock rates will mean tax revenues will not even cover the wiedeer. What I enjoyed learning from the book was not only their recommendations, but WHY their recommendations wiedeemr sense.
Certainly, housing prices will deflate if interest rates go up. While the authors focus on more downward pressure on the housing market due to inflation and rising interest rates, neither of the two needs to obligatorily come through.
Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown by David Wiedemer
Don’t think China, the great new industrial powerhouse, can save anyone. I get it, move on. Please sign up now for your Aftershock Investors Resource Package so we can tell you more about bonds, stocks, gold, currencies, real estate, the dollar, China, European debt, popping bubbles, and other Aftershock issues. Nov 16, Sean rated it liked it. They do promote their own company’s services and I’m not sure I liked that. Learn more – opens in new window or tab.
All speculation, but based on good facts. They even recognize that life should be in the center of human priorities and that it goes on even without money. I think the authors make a lot of valid points that appear to ring true. Gold feels much less safe than stocks right now, especially since stocks are productive businesses, whereas gold is just a rock.
Property rights and other working components in efficient modern-day economics evolve or they should as our technology evolves.
Jan 01, Daniel Attack of the Books! I can’t recall who exactly recommended this to me when I first picked this up back in orbut I do recall the cautionary note that they took as they described it and the author’s conclusions.
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It reads like an infomercial, at least in some places. It’s a sad comment on just how pessimistic I feel about the financial state of this country that Aftershock actually seemed LESS gloomy than I’d secod. Why take this seriously?
The book shows you how to: Meanwhile, we find ourselves inthe economy on the mend, and the catastrophic events predicted by Aftershock as yet unrealized.