The economic and monetary disaster, which seasoned Wall Street prognosticator Peter Schiff warned of in the best-selling first edition of Crash Proof, is no. Crash Proof: How to Profit From the Coming Economic Collapse is an investment book by American investment broker, Peter Schiff. After the recession of , he published an updated version of the book called Crash Proof which in. Crash Proof – by Peter Schiff. ISBN: X Date read: How strongly I recommend it: 1/10 (See my list of + books, for more.) Go to the .
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He’s the owner of a successful brokerage firm why does he need to write a book for anything else than getting the word out?
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Overall, a great book with some wise considerations for anyone looking to invest in the challenging financial times the world is currently in.
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Crash Proof How to Profit from the Economic Collapse by Peter D. Schiff
No one has been more right than Peter Schiff. I started to read this book largely because of my interest in economics, but was most pleased with how Schiff wraps up the current situation and clarifying WHY he recommends certain investments.
If you thought the housing bust was bad, you ain’t see nothing yet! But as long as unemployment remains high and consumer demand low, and these trillions of dollars do not end up in the hands of the masses, we will not see Hyper-inflation. However, if you already understand what mutual funds, bonds, Ks, etc are AND you don’t really want to enter the world of day-trading or hedging or shorting Overall, the book provides an interesting perspective towards the larger scheme of things, one of many that an individual doesn’t have much control over The economic and monetary disaster, which seasoned Wall Streetprognosticator Peter Schiff warned of in the bestselling firstedition of Crash Proof is no longer hypothetical—it ishere today.
Schiff began his career at Shearson Lehman and joined Euro Pacific Capital inbecoming President of the firm in In his mind there seems to be no valid role for the public sector. Schiff wrote a very insightful analysis of the state of the economy.
This book is essentially the same as the original Crash Proof, but has updates at the end of every chapter. Hardcoverpages.
Crash Proof 2.0
Feb 10, Mark Geise rated it it was amazing. We can either buy bullion or mining company stocks. You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Jul 22, Schicf rated it proov liked it. And why was it a credit bubble? Want to Read saving…. I’m not sure why he did it like this, it’s really confusing, it would have been better if he just gave us the original book and just put one more chapter about what’s going on now.
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I do not question Peter Schiff’s integrity at all, but he has a strong financial interest in selling gold and special locations for investments such that I do not believe he could suddenly admit he was wrong an The problem with this book is that the author makes “hundreds” of predictions, promising that each one will follow the other. It begs the question how he even got almost pages out of it.
Sep 10, Izzy Spear rated it really liked it. Explore the Home Porof Guide. When the so-called experts say that nobody saw the crash coming, they are lying.
He fails to understan More than half of the book is just based on the presumption that the foreign powers would realize the worthlessness of the US dollars and US assets and throw the money back at US.
The book is extremely thin and it seems to be a deliberate attempt to make it so! Schiff is a seasoned Wall Street prognosticator best known for his accurate predictions of the performance of the stock market, commodities, gold, and the cdash. Schiff also errs in his understanding of the bubble.