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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.
He takes a very complex subject and makes it read like a comic book. It seems a shame that people making policy won't read and implement these principles of common sense to solve... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Pomp t carney
Fascinating and frightening. Central bankers fight futile destructive financial wars for the failure of their politicians' leadership and the common man suffers for it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by John Ederer
not an easy read but frank about the global financial house of cardsPublished 5 days ago by J. Mitchell
Well written and very informative. Given the state of the global economy this is a must read to gain knowledge and understanding.Published 5 days ago by Hogstrom
This book requires a bit of economic knowledge. However, if you have that, you can learn a great deal from Rickard's book. It is a great and informative read.Published 12 days ago by Sariputra
He makes the point so simple to understand in the economical mess that we are, that is very scary if his historical backing analogy becomes real. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jules W
I liked the thoughtful and well written style from my perspective which is one of limited economic training. Read morePublished 16 days ago by hhouseia