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9781119691464

The Great Devaluation

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  • ISBN13:

    9781119691464

  • ISBN10:

    111969146X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-08-04
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

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Summary

#1 Business Bestseller (Wall Street Journal, Amazon, USA Today)

The Great Devaluation may be one of the most timely books ever written on the state of the global economy. Baratta sums it up simply enough with the following idea:

“What seems crazy in normal times becomes necessary in a crisis.”

The Great Devaluation is the #1 bestselling book that explains why the real crisis facing the world today is not the Coronavirus. The real crisis facing the world is explosive government debt and deficits. Governments are now left with no choice but to spend more than they make, borrow more than they can ever repay, and devalue their currencies to cover it all up.

Former Hollywood storyteller Adam Baratta brings monetary policy to life in this follow-up to his national bestseller, Gold Is A Better Way. You’ll learn how and why Federal Reserve polices have facilitated an explosion in government debt and have systematically undermined the world financial system in the name of profit. The result? An out of control system where financial inequality has become a ticking time bomb set to blow up the global economy.

Author Biography

ADAM BARATTA is one of the most dynamic voices in the field of investments and precious metals today. A former award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer, Baratta has turned his passion towards the investment industry and the pendulum shift he sees coming as inflationary pressures return to the global economy. He is the co-owner of Advantage Gold, the highest rated precious metals firm in the United States, a member of the Inc. 5000., and bestselling author of Gold Is A Better Way. He is happily married and lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles.

Table of Contents

Introduction: One Minute To Midnight

Part One: The System Is Broken

Chapter 1: Underlying Conditions

Chapter 2: Funny Money

Chapter 3: sHustle and Flow

Chapter 4: Nothing Is Free (Even Free Money!)

Chapter 5: Houston We Have A Problem

Chapter 6: Who’s Your Daddy?

Chapter 7: The More We Grow, the More We Owe

Chapter 8: Gold: The One-Way Bet.

Part Two: Those That Forget History Are Doomed To Repeat It

Chapter 9: Just Trust Me

Chapter 10: Bankers of War

Chapter 11: Roaring on Debt

Chapter 12: Bad Money Chases Out the Good

Chapter 13: Deal or New Deal?

Chapter 14: “The Fed Is Crazy”

Chapter 15: Once Bitten, Twice Shy

Chapter 16: Five Signs We Have Come Full Circle

Chapter 17: Conclusion to Part Two

Part Three: Checkmate

Chapter 18: The Black Swan

Chapter 19: Pendulums and Circles

Chapter 20: The Asymptote

Chapter 21: Embracing the Turning

Chapter 22: Ten Moves to Checkmate

Part Four: The Great Revaluation And A Look At The Future

Chapter 23: What If Your Biggest Weakness Becomes Your Greatest Strength?

Chapter 24: Ten Pendulums to Swing

Chapter 25: Five Assets to Own

Chapter 26: Three Assets to Avoid

Acknowledgments

About the Author(s)

Index

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