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The book is well written, easy to understand and very informative.
By framing history as a series of "Currency Wars", Rickards allows the reader to identify commonalities among various historical periods.
This book is a must read to make sense of what is happening and where the actions of the world powers might lead.
Anyone who thinks Jim Rickards is just an Internet financial pitchman should look at his bio, and actually read any of his books. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Al Saint
Again, if you know nothing about what has happened since the 2008 financial crisis, this would help you understand. As far as practical insight into WHAT TO DO, nothing. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Mike P
Interesting history of our economic mess. Easy to read and hard to put down.Published 23 days ago by Michael H.
I am not a huge fan of financial books but I found out some really wonderful and troubling information by reading this book.Published 24 days ago by Susan Elliott
The author gives a clear and relevant perspective on the issues of money and banking in a complex, globalized world. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Fraser H. Haug
Even with my meager and outdated graduate work in international economics I still found this work to be a memorable, and understandable, read. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Monte J. Forney