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Code Red: How to Protect Your Savings from the Coming Crisis
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on 5 May 2014
Seems to be two books joined in the middle. The first part explains the messed up world, but the second part just gives general investing advice such as buy when there is blood on the streets etc.
Dead tree version is very annoying as most of the graphs are incomprehensible having been produced in monochrome when the original artwork was obviously in colour. Hence different countries etc, are represented by a uniform grey!
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on 26 April 2014
nice and insightful for investors. As colourful as if he would give an enjoyable speech.
Arguments are crystalclear and with the necessary substance : it is definitely not a pamphlet from a false prohpet.
thanks
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 20 November 2013
If you do nothing else, read the first few chapters and understand Japan's predicament as that could be what is facing other developed economies under current central bank policies. I haven't finished the book yet, but I intend to!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 19 December 2013
This book is a "must read" for anyone who is concerned about their financial future. I cannot recommend it highly enough
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on 29 August 2014
Interesting, but heavy to read for an amateur. I only read part of the book and hope to finish it later.
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on 21 September 2014
Everyone , investor and citizen should read this. We are living on a knife edge.
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8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 1 February 2014
Yet another work that makes no mention of the elephant-in-the-room: that the kernel of the problem with the financial world is private control of the central banks - via the Bank of International Settlements. The malign influence that this private control of the issuance of money and interest rates is not even mentioned, let alone discussed. The world will continue along the path of boom-and-bust as long as this situation is allowed to continue - to the detriment of the 99.99% - an iniquitous situation that is enabled by the control of the mainstream media by the 0.01% - the banking dynasties - with one well-known one at the very top. It will not last forever.......
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 3 March 2014
None of the graphics are discernible since all the lines are the same color, more or less. Poor printing, which is a pity since it is not always that clear what the message is.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 7 November 2013
entertaining and interesting....every aspiring central banker should read! even understandable and relevant for mere mortals. very enjoyable and easy to digest.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 4 January 2014
I fully agree with all the other reviewers.
I was given the book for Christmas by my son, the third I own by one of the Co authours, John Mauldin, the book was on my wish list.
In not being bias I would say already this is on par with the authors first book, Endgame, sadly the titles seem to be writting of a path which we in the west seem hell bent on fufilling to the end.
One thing is for sure the can that is being kicked by all the central bankers Will find it's wall of fate and just like the song from Cabaret," Money makes the world go around" my real fear is not taking a monetary loss as I know this is baked in the cake already, but when the money STOPS going around or the borrowed life styles/short term profiteering/forward promises to secure votes is not paid by individuals, companies and governmetns and reality fully dawns on the masses do we land up with history repeating it's self and in time pushing reset buttons through civil unrest and even wars, mankinds history has been littered with such times since the begining of time
I in many ways hope for the heist mentioned in the book of austerity and inflation doing it's damage on us collectively rather then on each other, but not the hyper form it could easily take or the other form inflicting deflation on mass which can be just as bad on the human misery it will inflict on the masses.
Returning to the book rather then my personal view, I highly recomend the book as a guide and form of template in what lays ahead in the world we live in and in the future going forward.
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