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Debt is moving from consumer and household balance sheets to the government.

Tax policy can also be changed to encourage saving and creation of new businesses. We, the US and the World, are on the brink of a major disaster, a disaster that can be controlled, if not prevented, by proper and careful political actions. Rather, the limit is all about confidence. The authors do a very good job of looking back and insist that we are in the endgame era.

Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything

The Future of Public Debt: Narrated by Sean Pratt 9 hrs and 40 mins Publisher’s Summary “We all know we have seen the end of an era, and now we have courtside seats to watch the Endgame unfold. The book severally lacks original research, analysis or perspectives. Now, the author may not have been aware of this, but the United States will be energy independent very soon due to the recent homeland oil and natural gas rush. Kudos on Mr Maudlin for spotting it and giving it more attention than other writers normally do.

Perhaps a chart that showed how the approach would vary by economic philosophy. I highly encourage you to pick up this book if you want to know what is going on in the world economy today. Feb 16, Yazeed rated it it was amazing. But there is no magical fourth option. If the Greeks don’t pay taxes, how can they pay “less taxes”?


Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything by Jonathan Tepper

Our government debts, monetary expansion, and trade deficits are unsustainable. Either put them on an exchange like stocks his preferable choice, apparently or regulate them like insurance policies my preferable choice.

Published March 8th by Wiley first published January 1st The Elements of Deflation Chapter 8: Probably the best chapter of the book and worth the price of admission, “Chapter 5. It definitely helped to explain his point, but I could have done without the repeated “daddy loves you! It’s like a gentleman not opening superccle door for a lady. So what’s the plan to get us out of the economic muck?

From an American prospective, they like the Democrats and the Republicans. While it’s not groundbreaking ideas, such as adding 30 ce Unlike other financial and economic books that I’ve read, Endgame tackles the current problem in the world crisis. I liked supervycle fact that the author provided his opinion. Well, except for the few million who didn’t, but never mind.

Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything

Author discusses in depth the extent of the rising debt loads of governments vs their respective Gross Domestic Product around the world. I’m certain that the information could have been sufficiently condensed down to much less pages without being difficult to comprehend.

The five things that matter: The interesting thing is comparing the CIA to the KGB, and seeing how ever creeping government secrecy to defend against the enemy of the moment has eroded our civil rights. In the second part, they go around some of the most influential countries and explain the unique economic challenges that they will face. Endgame is a veritable trip around the world, as Mauldin lays out the uncomfortable choices facing nearly every major country. Indeed, it seems like the only option on the cards.

From a geopolitical prospective, there is nothing any foreign power can do to challenge the United States or the dollar. Especially since this is the information age. The english speaking world is dominated by Keynesian and Austrian economists.


And I absolutely loved the policy recommendations in the chapter about the United States. They point to the election as endgam key date for the change they seek particularly, not The longer a given condition or trend persists and the more comfortable we get with itthe more dramatic the correction will be when the trend fails. The most alarming of them all is Japan, which is the most overleveraged country on Earth. I’m reading this on my NookColor.

Macroeconomics is largely a failed science. He tosses terms around as if we all were “inside” the financial machine and were happily joining his wry asides. The rating agencies yes, the same guys who said those subprime bonds were AAA!

I found myself re-reading quite a bit out loud to my parrot though in order to follow his arguments. The material is dry and fairly dense but you do get to understand all sjpercycle financial terms and their implications if you pay attention. What are you going to get out of this book? While it does focus on the US economy, it provides a worldwide tour of similar debt crises, ranging from Japan, to UK, to Hungary, Greece and the Baltics.

Even the most partisan of people will finish this book because it doesn’t take a political side. He gives a review of how deleveraging works and causes wealth destruction. A good description of how central banks manipulate the amount of currency in circulation and can thus cause inflation or deflation and what it means to “monetize” cebt with examples of countries who have done so.