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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.
I like the argument, but I don't agree with the conclusion. Time will tell if James Rickards summation is correct, but I doubt it.Published 11 hours ago by John Manusu
Very Interesting reading. Currency Wars is a sobering account of how much has already gone wrong with this
economy. Is it already too late to repair these problems? Read more
Countries devalue their currencies when their economies slow in order to 'discount' their exports. Is the the big revelation here? Who'd have thought? Read morePublished 3 days ago by G. Welch
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 5 days 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 6 days ago by John Ederer
not an easy read but frank about the global financial house of cardsPublished 10 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 10 days ago by Hogstrom