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.
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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.
The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel By Stephen Leeb Business Plus 2006 196 pages. $16.99 Stephen Leeb, the author of The Coming Economic Collapse, holds academic degrees in economics, mathematics and psychology. Which means he’s a very sharp guy. He wrote a book called The Oil …
A Foreign Policy of Freedom By Ron Paul Foundation for Rational Economics and Education, Inc., 2007 371 pages. $13.57 In The Decline of the West, Oswald Spengler examined in detail the concepts of war and peace as national philosophies, which, in today’s world we call ‘foreign policy.’ Regarding military intervention, Spengler wrote, “Life if …
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.