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I’m no economist, but I found this book extremely insightful and level headed. Of course this would never happen if you stack an even bigger power structure on top of that who would try to influence them?
The logic is simple and the battle lines are drawn when you consider the effect and purpose of QE: Of course, it won’t be. But none of these concerns compare to the ineptitude of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which has constantly failed on price stability, unemployment and regulation.
Yet Rickards thinks this is a great first step for the Pentagon in understanding the financial weapons of the modern world. Refresh and try again. Does this book would be helpful for me?
The Great Crash Ahead. This book illustrates the cracks in the world financial system. This book should be a must-read for everyone who studies macroeconomics, trade and policy, who may one day become the next generation policy maker. The Fed’s gamble on QEs seems to have worked out fine and the world might have dodged the bullet so farbut who knows when that last snowflake going to fall and trigger the avalanche. I first frde “Death of Money” and for some reason fgee interested in reading “Currency Wars.
Must read for anyone interested in Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? End This Depression Now!
And then, there’s the bits about complex systems. The Making of the Next Global Crisis is ostensibly that: Reading this book felt a lot like watching the movieafter the year This book will make you think.
Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis by James Rickards
A excellent look into global economic policy. Rickards’ hard right libertarian worldview interferes with his reasoning, providing nonsensical talking points unsupported by the examples provided. I suppose the 1 thing lacking is a strong argument against a gold standard, though he does address Bernankes opposition he takes it apart.
Take the Blue Pill And so we all in for perilous times as our thoughtless Fed continues to devalue our dollar and ruin our economy. Economic forces are everywhere around you. And that’s pretty much enough to say about it. Published November 10th by Portfolio first published November It also explained to me why we moved off the gold standard and the implications of a trust-backed currency.
The purpose of signaling is qars allow an orderly re-balancing of trade among international trading partners. He’s testified on the Hill numerous times. Curency Rickards Narrated by: The Age of Deleveraging.
The currency war game. Rickards untangles the web of failed paradigms, gickards thinking, and arrogance driving current public policy and points the way toward a more informed and effective course of action. Currency wars are one of the most destructive and feared outcomes in international economics.
Oct 20, Sukriti Aggarwal rated it really liked it.
Mr J Phan The threat presented by a collapse of the dollar is both clear and present and the potential outcomes are disturbing. Greater than any single threat riickards the very real danger of the collapse of the dollar itself.
Likewise, a huge trade deficit and government bailout of the banking system left the state with no money; therefore, government spending and investment were out of the equation. Great Book Really liked the content and its in-depth analysis on the subject of Currency Manipulation by the Countries to gain edge over others.
Many of us understandably feel resigned to an eroding standard of living in the years to come.
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Because he cited THEM as the problem. First, the PBOC has to print as many yuans as the Fed prints dollars to maintain the pegged exchange rate. Its solutions present hidden new dangers while resolving none of the current dilemmas.
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