America's Bubble Economy: Profit When It Pops
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 4, 2010 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
America’s Bubble Economy is the first book to focus on several simultaneous financial bubbles that are interacting to temporarily boost—and ultimately threaten—the United States and world economies. Filled with expert analysis and straight talk, this book will show you how to turn the coming economic transformation into a once-in-a-lifetime wealth-building opportunity.
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Chapter FIVE Cashing in on Chaos How to Cover Your Assets and Make
Chapter SIX Gold for People Who Hate Gold
Chapter SEVEN Survive and Thrive
Chapter EIGHT The View from 30 000 Feet
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$8 trillion Alternative Investments America’s Bubble Economy American Asian asset values billion boom borrowing bubbles burst bubbles pop bull market businesses buy gold buying dollars Capital Goods Sector cash central banks Chapter China and Japan coming Bubblequake commodities Consumer Debt crash create credit card decline deficit spending demand Discretionary Spending Sector Dollar Bubble dollar falls downturn dramatically Dutch Tulip Bubble ETFs euro evolution of money evolve exports falling dollar Federal Reserve foreign capital foreign investors funds going Gold Bubble government debt healthcare impact increase industrial inflation interest rates International Trade Deficit Internet Bubble investor psychology long-term massive mortgage Necessities Sector overvalued PE Ratios percent price of gold private investors problems productivity growth purchases put options Real Estate Bubble reasonable rise risk sell short-term simply STEP Evolution Stock Market Bubble there’s Trade Deficit Bubble tulip U.S. assets U.S. dollars U.S. economy U.S. stocks United