by Joseph J. Gabriele (Goodreads Author)
Though the island of Manhattan presents no shortage of suspects—many of them capable of killing to satisfy their appetites—Eliot, a young economic historian and writer, soon becomes the prime suspect. As he draws closer to the truth behind the theft and murder, he also becomes the killer’s next target.
Irreverent, provocative, and utterly unpredictable, Dangerous Illusions is a weeklong polyrhythmic journey into contemporary New York that will keep readers guessing right up to its thrilling conclusion.
by Lionel Vairon
With an incisive review of China’s economic strategy, deployment of resources, national defence, political reform, ethnicity and religion, terrorism, and developments in human rights, Vairon amply demonstrates that China poses no threat to the world. On the contrary, China Threat? shows that China’s peaceful rise should be a matter of positive news across the globe. [close]
by Jeffrey Friedland (Goodreads Author)
Many in the west have refused to acknowledge that…more
Many in the west have refused to acknowledge that an economic war has been underway, one from which there will emerge winners and losers. In All Roads Lead to China, Jeffrey Friedland takes the position that the war is already over.and that the victor is China and the vanquished are the U.S. and Europe. Friedland believes that the U.S. and the euro zone will become by mid-century, at best, second tier economies.
In All Roads Lead to China, Friedland makes the case that investors have everything to gain from China’s economic prosperity, and much to lose by ignoring it. He also makes a compelling argument that returns from investing in mature economies, including the United States and the euro zone, will not be as rewarding over the long-run, compared to returns from investing in China.
Friedland explains that China is the most important story for our generation, and the generations to follow. He describes that as the United States and Europe are mired in their own financial problems, China will soon be the world’s largest economy and its growth over the next twenty to fifty years will outpace that of the rest of the world.
All Roads Lead to China provides investors with the background necessary to understand the country, it’s history and enormous potential. The book describes the different ways to invest and numerous financial products that are available, including shares of companies, mutual funds and exchange traded funds.
Savvy investors know they should include China in their portfolios, but few know how to proceed. All Roads Lead to China provides that road map for investors or anyone else who wish to have a better understanding of China and its potential.
― Murray N. Rothbard
― Thomas L. Friedman
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