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|Genre/Form:||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas R Casey
|Notes:||Updated ed. of: Crisis investing, 1980.
"A Birch Lane Press book."
|Description:||xii, 444 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. The Great Transition and the Greater Depression --
2. Economists and the Greater Depression --
3. Cycles of Boom and Bust --
4. The Destruction of the Dollar --
5. Is Debt a Big Deal? --
6. Taxes and the Greater Depression --
7. A Low-Risk Portfolio With 1,000 Percent Potential --
8. Hedging for More Profit and Less Risk --
9. When to Buy Stocks --
10. What Stocks to Buy - and Not to Buy --
11. Venture Capital and Low-Priced Stocks --
12. Reverse Venture Capitalism --
13. Mutual Funds: An Accident Waiting to Happen --
14. Money Market Funds as Hot Potatoes --
15. Income - Bonds as a Triple Threat to Capital --
16. Wall Street Ethics --
17. Envy and Wall Street Ethics --
18. Back to the Future With Gold --
19. 1,000 Percent Returns on Gold Stocks --
20. South Africa and Its Gold Stocks --
21. Silver and Company --
22. The Raw Materials of Civilization --
23. Energy and Its Producers --
24. The Problem With Real Estate --
25. Property That's Going Up --
26. Commercial Property --
27. Finding a Place in the Sun With International Real Estate --
28. The Bubble Bursts in Japan --
29. The Ex-Soviet Union, the Next Yugoslavia --
30. Third World Wars --
31. The New Class in the No-Fun Nineties --
32. Saving the Rain Forest From Ecohysteria --
33. Where Have All the Nazis Gone? --
34. The Real Problem --
35. An Unlimited Future --
36. The Bag Can Be Full Enough.
about to change again. Radically, Casey, a classmate of Bill Clinton at Georgetown, now tells why Clinton's economic vision will fail, with disastrous consequences. In Crisis Investing for the Rest of the '90s, he details not only how to weather the financial storm but how to reap huge profits from it. Just as Casey identified opportunities for the creation of a whole new class of millionaires during the eighties, he now predicts another class of millionaires will be.
created for the nineties - but they will make their money on totally different types of investments. Crisis Investing for the Rest of the '90s is a clear and practical book telling how you can join them. Here are some of the money-making and helpful topics covered in this wide-ranging work: the prospects for the Greater Depression; why the next bull market in gold will be the last one ever, a class of stocks that will appreciate over 1,000% by 1995; how to get 8% in.
current yield while waiting for the 100% capital gains; why mutual funds are headed for a 50% meltdown. Also which funds will quadruple in value, and which you can buy at eighty cents on the dolla; how to be a short-seller who does well even in a bull market. And who makes a killing in a bear market, how to get ten to one and a hundred to one returns in venture capital.
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