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With no end to the global debt crisis in sight and the American economy sinking into depression, traditional advice on money could lead millions of innocent victims down the road of deepening losses. But with this timely book, Martin Weiss will guide you to the truly safe havens and show you how to turn this crisis into a unique wealth-building opportunity.
As Editor of the Safe Money Report and author of Crash Profits, Martin Weiss specifically warned of this crisis well before it began. He helped thousands of investors avoid losses by forecasting the financial difficulties of Washington Mutual, Wachovia Bank, Fannie Mae, Lehman Brothers, General Motors, and Citigroupplus nearly every major troubled firmwell in advance. Indeed, the accuracy of his analysis is why the U.S. Government Accountability Office has praised his work; the New York Times wrote that he was "the first to warn of the dangers and say so unambiguously"; and the Wall Street Journal reported that his company's research outperformed that of all Wall Street firms they covered.
Martin Weiss's father, one of the only economists in the modern era who not only advised investors during the 1930s Great Depression, but also predicted it, performed a similar service for investors. And now, with The Ultimate Depression Survival Guide, Weiss combines the past analysis of his father with his own contemporary insights to help you protect your money, improve your income, and build wealth in the worst of times.
Step by step, Weiss outlines effective strategies that will help you to sidestep the continuing dangers in stocks, cut your losses in real estate, escape a banking crisis, build a substantial cash nest egg, and put that cash away in the safest possible place. If you feel you're stuck with sinking real estate or falling stocks, he offers you a solution that will help you sleep at night despite continuing market declines. Plus, he shows you how to recognize the ultimate bottom in real estate and stocks, giving you the opportunity to buy choice assets at bargain prices.
For the duration of this crisisand beyondyou can also benefit from regular follow-up e-mails directly from the author. Visit www.moneyandmarkets.com/guide to sign up for free financial updates such as critical warnings on upcoming dangers and new opportunities as they arise.
To survive the crisis on Wall Street and Main Street, you don't need extensive investing experience or the ability to forecast the future. All you need is the courage to get out of its way. So throw out your preconceived notions, start with a clean slate, and follow the commonsense guidance found in this reliable resource to surviveand thriveduring the turbulent times ahead.
Martin Weiss was "the first to warn of the dangers and say so unambiguously."
—THE NEW YORK TIMES
"Depressions don't happen very often. Psychologically and practically, people are never prepared for them. Martin Weiss has done an excellent job of helping readers understand what they must do to adapt to the grim realities of a depressed economy."
—BILL BONNER, President and CEO of Agora Financial; bestselling author of Mobs, Messiahs, and Markets and Empire of Debt
Weiss is "the leader in identifying vulnerable companies."
"The author's father, Irving Weiss, was a historian of deflation. It's a shame he is not around to see the result of the unrestrained credit expansion that he so consistently warned against. Fortunately, his son carried on the legacy of his father with intelligence and aplomb."
—ROBERT R. PRECHTER Jr., author of Conquer the Crash
"In a lively and informative read, veteran investment analyst Martin Weiss provides meaningful insight into the financial dangers confronting us and serves up a course of action to avoid further wealth destruction."
—DAN DORFMAN, financial columnist and commentator
"Dr. Weiss shares with us his unequaled advice for investors during these frightening times. The valuable insight in this book is vital information for all investors looking for safe harbor in a very choppy ocean."
—KEVIN KERR, Editor, Global Commodities Alert
"This is Weiss's best book ever and so appropriate for the tough times! He tells all the steps we need to take now to protect ourselves and our families from financial disasters."
—STEVE CROWLEY, Host, American Scene Radio and WallStreetCast Television
"Martin's work is always clear, direct, and actionable. Read this book and you'll have a plan for growing your wealth rather than losing it in the difficult period ahead."
—Addison Wiggin, Executive Publisher, Agora Financial LLC; author, I.O.U.S.A.
do NOT like writing reviews so the next time you will only get one star so go fly a kitePublished 6 months ago by Barbara Jean Young
We live in a rural community and it is always depressed. So we know a little about survival, always good to get more info.Published 20 months ago by Susie Bunyard
Well, so far the content is great, but I was counting on an actual book. I realize if I would have enlarged the product picture I would have seen that it was a box of CDs, but... Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by Gregory A Hester Jr
The author indicates what may happen and DOES NOT make an intellectual presentation and case with solutions - Lots of generalities and presentation for an 8th Grade Audience - He... Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by floridaboca
Finished this book recently and was astounded by how much I could learn in 200 pages. Yes he does a bit of self promotion but not as bad as some others out there. Read morePublished on August 23, 2011 by George Grant
Weiss is NOT a very good predictor, and anyone telling you the opposite is a moron or a liar. Just research his track record and you will see how bad it is. Read morePublished on July 19, 2011 by Ben
The author says that the second wave of this crisis could be worse than the first. Like Prechter's "Conquer the Crash", he predicts a deflationary depression, not an inflationary... Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Sharky
I bought this book for another view on the (dire) state of the economy and heck, I had a borders fifty percent off coupon so why not? Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by Herb Hunter