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The Money GPS: Guiding You Through An Uncertain Economy Paperback – January 10, 2012
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About the Author
David Quintieri is best known for his book, The Money GPS. He has been interviewed on various programs such as USA Watchdog, TruNews, GoldMoney, Financial Survival Network, SGT Report, Finance and Liberty, Prepper Recon, and Unconventional Finance. Former ABC and CNN correspondent, Greg Hunter, referred to The Money GPS as "How to survive this historical financial calamity for dummies." The government structure is setup to enable corporations to lobby (bribe) our "representatives" and pass laws that are often criminal. As a result, we have a CATASTROPHE on our hands. Derivatives exceeded $1.5 QUADRILLION in total value which far surpassed the GDP for the entire world--25 times over! While interviewed on SGT Report, David Quintieri stated "Far greater than war, far greater than hunger and famine, the derivatives could collapse our entire system." David Quintieri brings information of this magnitude to his readers and teaches them how to prepare in times of uncertainty. Utilizing his ability to deconstruct any complex system and turn it into a simple and readable format, his work becomes an important tool for a wide audience.
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Top Customer Reviews
Usually, I read three or four books at a time and it takes me a while to finish any. Sometimes, financial writers really try to mask their insecurities by trying to impress people, but I've been more impressed by how David patiently and simply explains very powerful economics. Consequently, some financial and economic writing is either pretentious showcasing or overly technical. In this case, I enjoyed the style and could not book the book down. I can now return to the other three books I had started! Great book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No spin - just facts on debt and economies and the melt down coming.Read more