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The book is well written, easy to understand and very informative.
It provided me insight into how the international financial system really works, the probable economic problems that lie ahead and possible solutions.
This book is a must read to make sense of what is happening and where the actions of the world powers might lead.
This book was a good historical accounting of the Federal Reserve, the Government as it pertains to how they used/misused our currency in times of crisis. Read morePublished 1 day ago by steve
This was a gift. Receiver said he likes it but its a little bit "conspiracy theory" like.Published 3 days ago by Paul Giordano
A book that is a little hard to read but bring out the point that history repeats itself. A good read for anyone interested in how many works.Published 4 days ago by Bristel Hopkins
Interesting to see the normally excessively terse Rickards elaborate points...
Good explanation and a primer for the reader to see what happened in other countries in... Read more
Mr. Rickards perspectives are becoming reality each and every day. China, Russia, India, Brazil, Iran and other countries are accelerating efforts to do away with the use of the... Read morePublished 11 days ago by msnrochny
This is a competent book on the topic of currency wars. But I found to be pretty dry reading (which might have been unavoidable, given the topic). Read morePublished 12 days ago by KindleReader
I'm impressed with the detailed explanation of the individual components and their interdependencies. Mr. Rickards snowflake analogy characterizes the crisis very well. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jim N-S