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Just when you thought the dollar couldn't sink any further, it continues on a down-ward spiral. And now, with this fully revised and updated edition of The Demise of the Dollar, Addison Wiggin returns to reveal the many ways you can capitalize on this opportunity.
Picking up where the bestselling original edition left off, this engaging and entertaining book examines the many reasons behind the dollar's ongoing declineincluding its structural flaws, the growing trade deficit, and the euroand discusses the proper approaches to profiting from such a dynamic event. Along the way, you'll also discover how the dollar's slide will inevitably affect both world economies and your personal portfolio.
As the dollar continues to weaken, it has become clear that the impact is going to be significant as well as far reaching. The Demise of the Dollar . . . And Why It's Even Better for Your Investments will put this situation in perspective and provide you with the information needed to financially survive and thrive during the years ahead.
Chuck Butler is the President of EverBank World Markets (www.everbank.com) and author of The Daily Pfennig, a riveting daily wrap-up of the currency markets.
Excellent read, very good book. Was shipped on time and arrived in good shape.Published 11 months ago by Gordon Chu
If you enjoy Addison Wiggin's writing in the Daily Reckoning, you will enjoy this book. I'm not sure how new and different most of what is in here will be as of the date of this... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Herb Hunter
This book was horrible - simply retreaded the same arguments in endlessly circular logic. I read it in a weekend too, but that's because the author repeated so much. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Sarah Bruce
Good advice for people wanting to avoid some of the downside of the present economic situation. Would be particularly helpful for those wanting to invest smaller amounts of money.Published on February 11, 2010 by Gordon Harry Meiners Sr.
Very repetitive. Could have been half the size it is. I will say it was spot-on about the current credit crisis. A quick summary of the book... Read morePublished on October 31, 2008 by B. Morris
I purchased this book to hear various points of view on the US and global economy. Having chapters 1 through 4, I skipped to the final chapter 8 where the author finally presents... Read morePublished on July 12, 2008 by BD