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Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown, 3rd Edition

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Robert A. Wiedemer, David Wiedemer, Cindy Spitzer
ISBN: 978-1-118-37562-4
368 pages
March 2014

Written by the market oracles who predicted, with uncanny accuracy, the global financial meltdown and the economic chain reaction it set in motion, Aftershock offers a vivid picture of what to expect when the world's bubble economy inevitably pops. More importantly, it tells you how to protect your assets before and during the coming Aftershock and how to capitalize on the new opportunities that others will miss.

Building on the valuable insights and proven predictions of their previous books, the authors of Aftershock, Third Edition offer their latest thinking and advice as the economy moves even closer to the coming aftershock.

- Explains why and how the stock market, real estate, consumer spending, private debt, dollar, and government debt bubbles will burst, driving up unemployment, devaluing the dollar, and causing deep recession around the globe
- Updated to include the latest developments, such as new coverage of monetary stimulus and a more global focus (with special attention to Europe and China)
- Offers new actionable insights about protection and profits in an increasingly confusing investment environment

Brief description: From the authors who accurately predicted the bursting of the global bubble economy comes the definitive look at what lies ahead in 2013 and beyond.

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Website: http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118375629.html?dmmspid=6479387&dmmsmid=79519&dmmsuid=2113057

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