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I also thought that environmental degradation was really left out of the story, especially in the chapter about Australia. This Time is Different. Policy suggestions are offered as well. The three large structural changes in the U. Now is not the time to succumb to panic and superstition. Important concepts that sets the stage of things to come. Imagine dropping one grain of sand after another onto a table. Invasion of Iraq was a warning to anyone France?
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It definitely helped to explain his point, but I could have done without the repeated “daddy loves you! Our government debts, monetary expansion, and trade deficits are unsustainable.
While it’s supercyvle groundbreaking ideas, such as adding 30 cents on fuel to get off from foreign oil and allowing certain illegal immigrants buying homes for taxes, or no capital gain for small businesses, all of his ideas aren’t too far fetch on what we should be doing, As far Europe and after reading Endgame.
Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything
Tax policy can also be changed to encourage saving and creation of new businesses. And then, there’s Mauldin’s chatty presentation. Of little consolation is tha Extremely well written review of the status of world finance and macro-economics. The path the USA is on at present gives little hope for mitigation–let’s pray for a new cadre of politicians who understand what is needed and implementthose actions.
Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything by Jonathan Tepper
To see the updated situation on Europe eg. My parents started Betel International, a drug rehabilitation center that has grown from one addict in to over 2, addicts in 25 countries.
It’s just a matter of how much thhe, and spread over how long a period.
This dbet does a fabulous job at ex I’ve read several of these financial doomsaying books now, and this is without a doubt the best. Do I feel better-prepared for whatever financial catastrophe is going to befall us?
They believe we’ll eventually get through it, no matter what, and of course we will — just like the people living in Europe got through two world dfbt. Oct 29, Justin rated it really liked it Shelves: For more on the analogy see: The english speaking world is dominated by Keynesian and Austrian economists.
The author prefers the Friedman approach over Thd Our compliments to Messrs. It is just a well-researched compendium of why the global debt crisis will be hard for everyone – and I do mean everyone! That’s what we need to do. However, the main author has an annoying habit of quoting things at great length, referring to himself in the third person, and bragging that he has five adopted children. What are you going to get out of this book?
Show me an economist that can predict the future and I’ll show you a weather man that can predict the weather. Credit Default Swaps have not been dealt with. With my friend and partner Turi Munthe, we founded Demotix, a citizen-journalism website and photo agency that received photographs from freelance journalists and amateurs and marketed them to the mainstream media.
No mention of climate change and its global impact. Mauldin’s “side” is on educating and asking people to do what is right. Jan 21, Misteeyed rated it really liked it. But I do have some two quarrels with this book. I’ve listed some of them below: I’ve been a subscriber to John Maudlin’s newsletter for a few months now, so I fhe curious about ‘Endgame’. The message to all readers – we need national fiscal discipline, private financial discipline, improved business productivity, drastic improvements in energy efficiency, and improved national policies to ensure the conditions that have been the historical foundations of American enterprise and prosperity.
The chapter on the US situation plays heavily on the likelihood that instead of a gradual worsening leading to an eventual plan to resolve the debt issues, there will be a crisis situation, some kind of catastrophic situation that leaves no time to make a plan.
I found his style refreshing – aspiring to editorial neutrality while being honest about his own personal biases.
USA policy is all about control over oil. The authors did manage to name-drop “friend” Ron Paul, supercyclf that should give you some insight into what you’re going to get. There isn’t any of that in here. Well, except for the few million who didn’t, but never mind.
Still, as the authors quote Herb Stein- “If something can’t go on forever, it will stop.
Around the world, countries are faced with difficult choices. Reich, “Age of Greed: The more important reason to raise the gas tax is climate change. I’m a science-and-engineering guy. Oil isn’t going to be sold more cheaply in the United States simply because it was produced here. I am a founder of Variant Perception, a macroeconomic research group that caters to asset managers.
Dec 07, David rated it liked it Recommends it for: The second half of the book focuses on the economic Aunt Minnies a particular set of symptoms that endvame characteristic of a specific disease of individual countries and the global impact.