Endgame details the Debt Supercycle and the sovereign debt crisis, and shows that, while there are no good choices, the worst choice would be to ignore the. I have been thinking a lot about how the credit crisis evolved into the sovereign debt crisis, and how it all ends. What will a world look like as a. Endgame – The End Of The Debt Supercycle And How It Changes Everything by John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper was published earlier this.
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ENDGAME: The End of the Debt SuperCycle & How It Changes Everything
In summary, this was an enlightening read. Structural changes in the US economy will mean more frequent recessions and su;ercycle growth with significant unemployment ahead.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Thank you for your feedback. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Irritating name dropping, flippancy and a generally condescending tone aside, numerous pages are apparently written for economic dummies.
It tells the reader what they need to hear, not what they want to hear. They’ve got advice for the Fed, advice for the Treasury, advice for the executive branch, advice for Congress, and advice for you.
How does the sovereign debt crisis play into this? The reality is, the medicine may be worse than the disease, and no politician or the average voter they represent wants engdame hear this. I’d say they have dealt Australia a very bad hand indeed!
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I couldn’t possibly disagree any more. Some atheists, skeptics and nonbelievers called to celebrate ‘December 25’ as Newtonmas Day instead of observing Christmas Day. What a mess we’ve gotten ourselves into! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Read reviews that mention john mauldin united states mauldin and tepper debt supercycle jonathan tepper interest rates private sector must read time is different global economy money velocity endgame changes everything well written bug in search search of a windshield supercycle and how it changes deflation or an inflation long term reinhart and rogoff.
The problem is not Medicare.
I always take investment advice with a grain of salt; I don’t get the same satisfaction from economics that I do from traditional science. The path the USA is on at present gives little hope for mitigation–let’s pray for a new cadre of politicians who u Mauldin and Tepper have written a truly important book on the economc situation facing the USA and most of the world.
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John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper clearly set the stage for how to invest and profit from what they call the “Endgame. In the second part, they go around some of the most influential countries and explain the unique economic Endgame: The book is broken out into two main parts.
Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. If you do not have any respectable understanding of how this current economic crisis may unfold, then this book shall serve well. Debt was added onto more debt.
Mauldin and Tepper on a job well done. USA policy is all about control over oil.
Nowhere is it stated that Australia has the highest interest rates in the developed World; 4. The actual economic strategy of the United States if Military Keynesianism. I’ve read several of these financial doomsaying books now, and this is without a doubt the best. The beauty in this book is how Mauldin is able to write a non-partisan analysis.
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superccle The book severally lacks original research, analysis or perspectives. When people have too much debt they can default on it bankruptcy rules exist for this. We’re following in their footsteps as we expand the empire, and if you look at our economy, we’re moving toward bankruptcy rather than the trade surpluses and expanding middle class that we once had. The authors believe that deflation will precede inflation pp.