The great devaluation
how to embrace, prepare, and profit from the coming global monetary reset
- ISBN: 9781119691464
- Editorial: John Wiley & Sons Limited
- Fecha de la edición: 2020
- Lugar de la edición: Hoboken. Reino Unido
- Encuadernación: Cartoné
- Medidas: 23 cm
- Nº Pág.: 256
- Idiomas: Inglés
The Great Devaluation is the #1 bestselling book that explains why the real crisis facing the world today is not the Coronavirus. The real crisis facing the world is explosive government debt and deficits. Governments are now left with no choice but to spend more than they make, borrow more than they can ever repay, and devalue their currencies to cover it all up.
Former Hollywood storyteller Adam Baratta brings monetary policy to life in this follow-up to his national bestseller, Gold Is A Better Way. You'll learn how and why Federal Reserve polices have facilitated an explosion in government debt and have systematically undermined the world financial system in the name of profit. The result? An out of control system where financial inequality has become a ticking time bomb set to blow up the global economy.
Introduction: One Minute to Midnight ix Part I The System is Broken 1 Chapter 1 Parasite 3 Chapter 2 Trading Places 13 Chapter 3 For a Few Dollars More 21 Chapter 4 Hustle and Flow 27 Chapter 5 Free Willy 35 Chapter 6 Parenthood 41 Chapter 7 The Never-Ending Story 53 Chapter 8 Goldfinger 65 Part II Those Who Cannot Remember the Past are Condemned to Repeat It 77 Chapter 9 Prometheus 79 Chapter 10 The Banker 89 Chapter 11 The Lion King 95 Chapter 12 The Money Pit 105 Chapter 13 It's a Wonderful Life 109 Chapter 14 Signs 115 Part III Checkmate 125 Chapter 15 Black Swan 127 Chapter 16 The Circle 133 Chapter 17 Contagion 147 Chapter 18 The Big Short 155 Part IV The Great Revaluation and a Look at the Future 165 Chapter 19 The Mechanic 167 Chapter 20 White Men Can't Jump 177 Chapter 21 The Matrix 187 Chapter 22 Back to the Future-Part II 195 Chapter 23 The Incredible Hulk 199 Chapter 24 Searching for Bobby Fisher 209 References 217 Index 243