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The Great Super Cycle. Profit from the Coming Inflation Tidal Wave and Dollar Devaluation. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1689672
  • Book
  • November 2010
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
The United States has a problem – a big problem. Due to costs associated with the massive bailout of financial institutions deemed "too big to fail," on-going armed conflicts, and a move towards socialism, another even bigger bubble is about to burst – the debt bubble. The Great Super Cycle: Profit from the Coming Inflation Tidal Wave and Dollar Devaluation is an intriguing look at the relationship between Washington and Wall Street; the history of political shifts in power and how those shifts influenced the global economy; and, the ways investors can profit as economies move away from U.S. dollar and debt. The book: - Discusses how a socialist America will result in the U.S. economy becoming far less competitive, while causing funds to move offshore - Details how investors can profit by investing in gold, oil, and Asian markets - Explains major cyclical movements from the mega cycle of world power to stock market cycles which last 10-20 years.

As the United States begins to deal with its massive debt bubble, The Great Super Cycle just might prove the most powerful tool an investor has for making money in the turbulent years to come.
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Preface: Economic Armageddon ix

Overview xv

Part One: The Next Bubble and Boom 1

Chapter 1 The Explosion of Debt and the End of the Super Bubble 3

Chapter 2 The Money Printers and the Coming Inflation 23

Part Two: Riding the Secular and Cyclical Tidal Waves 49

Chapter 3 You Cannot Fight the Power of Cycles 51

Chapter 4 The Fake Bull Market 81

Part Three: Investment Strategies for Profiting from Inflation 95

Chapter 5 Gold and Silver 97

Chapter 6 Commodities 125

Chapter 7 Value and Contrarian Investing 149

Part Four: Investing in Emerging Economies 165

Chapter 8 China 167

Chapter 9 India 181

Chapter 10 Investing in Other Emerging Global Markets 197

Conclusion 223

Recommended Reading 227

References 231

Acknowledgements 237

About the Author 239

Index 241

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David Skarica
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