The classic examination of the 1929 financial collapse, with an introduction by economist James K. Galbraith
Of John Kenneth Galbraith’s The Great Crash 1929, the Atlantic Monthly said: “Economic writings are seldom notable for their entertainment value, but this book is. Galbraith’s prose has grace and wit, and he distills a good deal of sardonic fun from the whopping errors of the nation’s oracles and the wondrous antics of the financial community.” Originally published in 1955, Galbraith’s book became an instant bestseller, and in the years since its release it has become the unparalleled point of reference for … read more
This book takes a realistic look at how a Y2K crash is likely to affect specific areas of your life: medical and criminal records, credit reports, taxes, Social Security, mortgages, bank and credit card accounts, and stocks, bonds and mutual funds. It offers pragmatic advice on basic precautions you can take to minimize the damage and maximize your chances of emerging from the rubble with your savings, loans, credit ratings and privacy intact.
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You might be thinking everything’s okay: the stock market is on the rise, jobs are growing, the worst of it is over.
You’d be wrong.
In The Real Crash, New York Times bestselling author Peter D. Schiff argues that America is enjoying a government-inflated bubble, one that reality will explode . . . with disastrous consequences for the economy and for each of us. Schiff demonstrates how the infusion of billions of dollars of stimulus money has only dug a deeper hole: the United States government simply spends too much and does not collect enough money to pay its … read more
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The U.S. dollar is on the verge of catastrophe.
For the first time in history, the debt of the most powerful government on Earth, leading the world’s largest economy, has been downgraded by Standard & Poor’s to Double AA from a perfect Triple AAA.
The political grandstanding of the Republicans and Democrats over the debt ceiling made many Americans and others around the world doubt our leadership. And many feel the final deal between doesn’t go far enough to reduce US government spending.
US government debt now equals the country’s Gross Domestic … read more
The economic tipping point for the United States is no longer theoretical. It is a reality today. The country has gone from the world’s largest creditor to its greatest debtor; the value of the dollar is sinking; domestic manufacturing is winding down – and these trends don’t seem to be slowing. Peter Schiff casts a sharp, clear-sighted eye on these factors and explains what the possible effects may be and how investors can protect themselves. For more than a decade, Schiff has not only observed the U.S. economy, but also helped his clients reposition their portfolios to … read more