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Aftershock by David Wiedemer
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Sep 04, 2011

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This book is low on research and high on opinions. The common sense ideas are appealing but suffer from the very problem that the book set out to address i.e. limited view of a major situation. It predicts are US Govt Debt Default and Dollar crash and then goes on to predict what will happen in the US. Totally fails to account for the rest of the world - a US Default would lead to more than just economic consequence. The fall of the British Empire was more than an economic downturn it was a major change in the world order. If this book is right then we are in for some major changes in the coming years.

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David As a commercial lender on the front lines of the battlefield, you'd do well to pull your head out of the sand and better educate yourself on this subject matter. They are dead-on in every context. You can believe whatever you want, but the coming reality is going to be hard to deny, let alone avoid.

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