Whether or not investors agree with Goyette’s recommendations, The Dollar Meltdown is a productive read. The author presents his analysis of the present economic situation in grand style, using historical analogies, quotes, and entertaining anecdotes. Plus, what he has to say makes a lot of sense.
Get the Skinny on Silver Investing By David Morgan Morgan James Publishing 2009 109 pages. $9.95 A few years ago, the social philosopher Charles Handy wrote an article...
Gregory Weldon is the front man for Weldon Financial. And like David Byrne he has a knack for writing. Only Weldon doesn’t write lyrics. He writes investment advice – how-to-stuff. He wrote Gold Trading Boot Camp, which is a remarkable book.
Make no mistake. This is a reference book. It’s the type of book that is probably required reading for graduate students at the Colorado School of Mines. In other words, this is not a book that one reads for entertainment. This is a book that one reads solely for the purpose of education. Which means only those closely associated with the mining industry would ever pick it up in the first place.
Gold, Peace, and Prosperity is a wonderful book, full of wonderful truths. It deserves to be read and considered. Paul’s persuasive arguments should dent the armor of even the most ardent Keynesians. Still, power and control – the twin motivators for inflation – are powerful opponents. It will be interesting to see what happens.
From there, he moves on to historical examples of money being replaced by currency. In each example, the outcome was the same – economic calamity. And as he points out, the parallels between his historical examples and America of the 21st century are much the same. Maloney traces the immediate problem to the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank.
Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and Government Bailouts Will Make Things Worse By Thomas E. Woods...
The Case Against the Fed makes a cogent and irrefutable argument for the dissolution of the Federal Reserve System. Rothbard’s writing style is contemporary and easy-to-digest. His mastery of the subject matter is obvious. His illustrations are logical and rational. His recommendations are sensible. One can only hope his words do not fall upon deaf ears.
Dismissing Zahb’s book is a big mistake. For it explains – in very simple terms – precisely what futures trading is and how to do it. Thus, if you’re an experienced investor, but have never ventured into futures trading and decide you want to, this is the book for you.
Like the alchemists, Theodore Butler holds that silver is important. He believes that silver is a profitable investment, especially in today’s economic climate. Silver Profits in the New Century is his treatise on how and why one should invest in silver.