The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel (Google eBook)

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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In this incredibly timely book,renowned economist Stephen Leeb shows how surging oilprices will contribute to a huge economic collapse bysoaring to over $100, and perhaps $200, a barrel- andtells how you can avoid the pitfalls of the upcomingcrisis.

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Review: The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel

User Review  - Savio - Goodreads

The author had a very negative outlook and was always comparing the present to the 1970's I know history repeats itself, but never word to word my friend. And the investment advice given was not something In all not worth reading. Read full review

Review: The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel

User Review  - DR Pitcock - Goodreads

I enjoyed the apocalyptic "what ifs" in the book. It sets your mind thinking about what would happen if I had to pay $15.00 a gallon for gas and under what circumstances. It isn't very prescient but is a good, measured approach to a chaotic world were it's a bit like a Mad Max movie. Read full review


The Madness of the Herd
The Inescapable Truth About Technology
The Ubiquitous Lies
Myopia on Wall Street
Myopia in Government
Myopia in the Media
The Fragility of Civilization
The Failures of Leadership
Unrealistic Expectations
False Hope from Technology
Our Possible Decline and Fall
Securing Our LongTerm Survival
The Biggest Threats
The Barrier of Preconceptions
The Most Promising Solution
Planning for Survival

The Keys to Survival
Our Predictable Failings
When the Blind Lead the Blind
Overcoming Our Psychological Barriers
Conventional Mediocrity
Extraordinary Individuality
Resisting Groupthink
The Error of Shortsightedness
The OpenMinded Investor
What Our Civilization Has Learned from Recent Crises
What We Have Not Learned
How Much Time Is Left?
The Case for Conservation
Can We Not Increase Oil Production?
The Problem with Other Peoples Oil
So How High Could Oil Go?
Inflation Deflation and the Policymakers Dilemma
Hindered by Debt
The Only Imaginable Solution
A More Likely Scenario
Investing in a HighInflationHighEnergyPrice Era
The Necessary Alternatives
Government and the War Against the Energy Shortfall
Governments Misguided Approach
Pro and Con
The SelfServing Industry
Academic Hyperopia
Making Money When Inflation Soars
The Only Bonds Worth Owning from Now On
Avoiding the Sectors That Will Be Hardest Hit
The Energy Double Punch
Why Oil Service Companies Will Soar
The Biggest Plays on Wind Energy
Capitalizing on Liquefied Natural Gas
Other Alternatives
The Future of Automobiles
A Portfolio for the Growing Oil Squeeze
Theyre Really the Same Thing

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About the author (2006)

Stephen Leeb is one of the nation's leading experts on finances and Wall Street Trends. Based in NYC, he's a regular contributor to all of the major financial networks including CNBC, FOX Business, Bloomberg, and all the rest.

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