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The sequel to national bestseller
predicts the next collapse of the
monetary system and shows investors how to survive it
The international monetary system collapsed three times in the past hundred years—in 1914, 1939, and 1971—and the next collapse is already in sight. This time the dollar won’t save us. In fact, the dollar itself will be the cause of the crisis.
Central bankers and the head of the IMF candidly admit that monetary policy is in unchartered waters. The world is witnessing no less than a global money experiment. Savers, investors, and everyday citizens are the guinea pigs in the central bankers’ laboratory.
Bestselling author James Rickards explains why money and wealth have now become separated. Money is transitory, ephemeral, and may soon be worthless if central bankers continue on their current path. Wealth is permanent, tangible, and has real value worldwide. Gold, fine art, and land are forms of wealth. Investors who convert paper money into real wealth will survive the coming monetary maelstrom. But those who do not will lose what they have.
Rickards illuminates the death of money unfolding before our eyes, and helps readers prepare before it’s too late.
“ Unsettling . . . fascinating . . . a thorough analysis of how nations have manipulated their currencies . . . with disastrous consequences.” — Fort Worth Star-Telegram
“ One of the scariest books I’ve read this year . . . The picture that emerges is dark yet comprehensive and satisfying.” — Bloomberg BusinessWeek
“One of the most urgent books of the fall.” — Politico
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December 01, 2014
We're all screwed.
Buy some gold and run for the hills.
September 29, 2014
James Rickards begins this book with an interesting account of how systems for detecting insider trading in futures markets can be integrated with conventional counter-terrorism techniques. He takes the discussion further by outlining financial warfare scenarios in which hostile nations use malic...
July 10, 2014
Good read with some eye-opening sections. The things that stood out the most: terrorists can/will short stocks when they know a stock may plummet from a terror attack(happened on 9/11), China has many ghost cities, and lastly China may be in cahoots with the US to keep the dollar bubble going as...
July 31, 2014
Did Al Qaeda Cash in on the 9/11 Attacks?
by Mark H. Gaffney
So says James Rickards, author of the hot bestseller, The Death of Money, The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System, which presents a persuasive argument that citizens of planet earth face an imminent global financial meltd...
June 12, 2014
Rickard's incredible breadth of experience and depth of understanding of the intricacies of the world's financial systems is again on display in incredible fashion in this follow up to Currency Wars. I've read Currency Wars three times now and most of this book twice and am still amazed at how mu...
May 17, 2015
The announcement by China in late 2014 or early 2015 that it has acquired over 4,000 tonnes of gold will be a landmark in this larger trend and a harbinger of inflation. A portfolio of 20% gold, 20% land, 10% fine art, 20% alternative funds, and 30% cash sh...
May 05, 2014
Absolutely fascinating! Stretched my brain in a 1,000 different ways given that I don't normally read about the economy (particularly in this much detail) but it provided tremendous insight into the state of the global economy and what current political, economic, and private interests are at pla...
July 31, 2017
In this where Ian Fleming-meets-Michael Lewis-meets-John Le Carre, James Rickards knocked the very stuffing out of yours truly and left me reeling with incredulity!Brash, egregious and outspoken, "The Death of Money", is a roller coaster experience which at times is so surreal that you may be for...
July 19, 2017
Entertaining read and very informative for those who aren't familiar with the role of the IMF in international monetary policy.
August 15, 2017
There are few authors from whom I learn more than James Rickards. Both this book and his first offering (Money Wars) are chock full of information on the global economy and how different countries interact with one another. His books are so information-dense that they often take me a while to get...