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Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression

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Today's financial and economic tribulations were a long time in the making. Many people ask, "Why didn't someone see it coming?" A New York Times ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
140jaguar
by 140jaguar on Oct 21, 2010

Contains what I consider necessary info in light of todays economic climate

Stas

This is book is top hidden secret

by Stas on May 14, 2009

I never saw author of this book on TV. I never heard his interview in the papers. But what you will read in this book written in 2001 or even earlier will exactly(!) describe a current financial crisis and go beyond it. If you are smart person that can make your own analysis (Your IQ is high) read this book. I am really serious. You must read this book. There is no too many books that have answers. This book does, This book does not say I knew about crisis. It was written before the crisis and describes crisis in such granular details that sometime you will hold you breath before to say "HOW THIS GUY KNEW IT GONNA HAPPEN". Book also describes WHY it happens. Once you finish reading of this book you will understand the whole mechanic. I highly recommend this book to the smart people. Read it. There is an online version of one chapter of this book available in the net. It is worth reading it first before you purchase a whole book.

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