The Great Reflation: How Investors Can Profit From the New World of Money
Publisher: Gildan Media
Date: September 2010
Duration: 9 hours 58 minutes
The extended bubble in the credit, housing, and financial markets created twenty-five years of artificial prosperity and wealth. The bubble has burst and much of that inflated wealth is gone.
The government has attempted to pump air back into the bubble in a financial experiment of unprecedented magnitude. The goal is to get markets up, save banks and corporations, and reduce unemployment. This has created another artificial world and will have unintended consequence-both bullish and bearish. One thing is certain, financial turbulence will be greatly increased.
In The Great Reflation, author Tony Boeckh, a forty-year market veteran, helps you understand this new world of money and how it will play out for investments and business. Engaging and insightful, this timely guide provides you with the tools to navigate tomorrow's rapidly evolving financial landscape.
Divided into three comprehensive parts-Financial Instability; The Markets: Preparing for the New Investment Environment; and The Future: Is a Return to Lasting Stability Possible?-The Great Reflation will help you come to grips with our volatile new world and acquire a framework for understanding and controlling ris as well as preserving and enhancing wealth. This audio book:
Arms you with practical insights that will allow you to evaluate different investment options and manage your money more effectively
Explores the implications of the end of the private debt cycle, the rise of the government debt cycle, the new age of private thrift, and the threats to the U.S. dollar and global financial system
Reveals proper portfolio diversifications strategies as well as how you can profit from the Great Reflation
And much more
Engaging and informative, The Great Reflation provides inverstors with the knowledge, insights, background, and tools for both building and protecting wealth, and allows you to find financial opportunities in the economic challenges that lie ahead.