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The breaking point : profit from the coming money cataclysm

Author: James Dale Davidson
Publisher: West Palms Beach, FL : Humanix Books, 2017.
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"In a follow-up to his bestseller The Great Reckoning, in this new book, economic expert Davidson says we are on the cusp of great change -- a breaking point -- that will have vast implications for investors and wealth managers. Despite the fact that technology and mega political forces have created the biggest and most expensive governments the world has ever seen, Davidson predicts we are entering an era of the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Davidson, James Dale.
Breaking point.
Boca Raton, FL : Humanix Books, 2016
(DLC) 2016058055
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Dale Davidson
ISBN: 9781630060602 1630060607
OCLC Number: 966410300
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 537 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Will the United States go the way of the Soviet Union? --
The megapolitics of a changing world --
The political economy of plunder --
Would Marx be a socialist today? --
Squandering the spoils of a "good war" --
Financial cycles and the dollar in the twilight of hegemony --
The "great degeneration" --
FATCA, dumb, and happy --
Beyond Kondratiev --
Ecofascism and the natural causes of climate disruptions --
Deconstructing the "greatest lie ever told" --
Can food crises trigger collapse? --
The deep state --
The domino effect --
The big fat lie --
The hidden BTU content of Fiat money --
The great slowdown --
The declining state --
Black swans on the horizon --
The idiot principle of deflation, and why I am one of the idiots who sees it happening --
The next stage of capitalist development --
Pirenne's pendulum and the return of the organic economy.
Responsibility: James Dale Davidson.

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"In a follow-up to his bestseller The Great Reckoning, in this new book, economic expert Davidson says we are on the cusp of great change -- a breaking point -- that will have vast implications for investors and wealth managers. Despite the fact that technology and mega political forces have created the biggest and most expensive governments the world has ever seen, Davidson predicts we are entering an era of the devolution of power which will paradoxically lead to an era of economic freedom. This provocative and wide-ranging book will explain this paradox and provide a roadmap investors can use to prosper despite the coming upheavals"--

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