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It has been a bloody few years for investors. First, the stock market, which had been tooling along like a roadster down the Autobahn on a sunny day, hit the brick wall that was the global credit crisis. Bloodied and broken, investors dragged themselves from that wreck, only to be flattened by the sixteen-ton semi of the sovereign debt crisis. Then, just when it seemed as if things couldn't get any worse, along comes the fifty-megaton blast of the 2011 bond bear market.
It is only a matter of time before the bond bubble bursts. All the warning signs are there. What are they and how can you recognize them as the drama unfolds? What can you do to shelter your portfolio against this next financial disaster? What steps must you take now to guarantee you'll have sufficient investment income to see you through the nuclear winter that follows? How will you know when the worst is over?
Get complete answers to these and all your questions in Surviving the Bond Bear Market.
Bond management superstar Marilyn Cohen and financial journalist Chris Malburg trace the political, social, and financial trends that have brought us to this juncture. From serial interest rate hikes to successive waves of muni and sovereign debt defaults, they outline the most likely scenarios for how events will conspire in the months ahead to bring about the worst bond bear market in generations. They paint an all-too-vivid picture of its long-term consequences for investors and the debt markets.
Using real-world examples, the authors show how to spot key inflection points. This allows you to judge the severity of the coming bond bear market as it unfolds. The book provides dozens of easy-to-follow action steps like building a solid fallout shelter to ride out the worst of the bond bear market.
To assist you in your analysis and planning, the authors have included an e-workbookdownloadable on the Surviving the Bond Bear Market's website (www.SurvivingTheBondBearMarket.com)that enables you to consolidate all your brokerage accounts into a single analytical spreadsheet. Similar to what professional bond managers use, the e-workbook features an array of powerful analytical tools and reports provided in easy-to-use formats.
The sirens have sounded and the final countdown has begun. But all is not lost. Read Surviving the Bond Bear Market and arm yourself with the knowledge and tools you'll need to survive the worst of the coming bond bear market and to thrive in the "New Bond Order" that emerges in its aftermath.
As founder and managing editor of Writers Resource Group, Inc., Chris Malburg is an accomplished financial writer with over four million words in print spread among eleven popular books. Chris is a CPA, has an MBA, and is a former investment banker.
I like Marilyn a lot, but the silly characters detracted from my enjoyment of the book.Published 5 months ago by Happy Guy
"Thank You Meredith Whitney" Cohen wrote.
"This Town Cryer isn't crying wolf. Everyone in Muniland wants you to believe the worst is over. I'm not so sure. Read more