CHRISTOPHER RUDDY, Editor, Newsmax.com
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."BARRON′S
"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.
Chapter 1: Why a Depression Is Inevitable.
How to Reduce Debts in Bad Times.
How to Protect Your Job in Bad Times.
Chapter 2: How to Escape the Housing Nightmare.
10 Steps for Selling Your Home in a Sinking Market Want to Keep Your House Come Hell or High Water?
Then Here s How to Cut Expenses or Get Assistance.
Chapter 3: Sell Your Stocks Before It s Too Late!
How to Get Your 401(k) Out of Danger.
Chapter 4: The Hidden Traps of Wall Street.
With Most Corporate and Municipal Bonds Overrated, Here s What to Do With Them.
How to Find Safe Insurance.
Chapter 5: How Safe Is Your Bank?
How to Save in a Depression.
What Happens to Your Money If Your Bank Fails.
Chapter 6: The Safest Place in the World for Your Money.
How to Use a Treasury–Only Money Fund for Almost All Your Banking Needs.
Chapter 7: All–Weather Investments for the Best and the Worst of Times.
How to Build Your Personal Hedge Program.
Chapter 8: How to Profit Directly from the Decline.
How to Go For Profits in a Down Market.
Chapter 9: How to Continue Making Money Even with the Worst Disasters.
How to Invest in Foreign Currencies.
Chapter 10: When to Buy the Best Bargains of the Century.
Basic Principles for Buying at the Bottom.
Chapter 11: Bonds: Your First Great Income Opportunity.
How to Maximize Your Yield with Safety.
Chapter 12: Dividends: Your Second Great Income Opportunity.
How to Find Stocks with Steadily Rising Dividends.
Chapter 13: The Great Fork in the Road: Inflation or Deflation?
How to Invest in Gold in a Depression.
Chapter 14: The Triumph of the Dollar.
Chapter 15: The Foundation for Recovery.
Chapter 16: Future Fortunes.
Five Golden Rules for Building New Fortunes.
About the Author.