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Currency Wars by James Rickards
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Mar 12, 2012

it was amazing
Read from March 12 to April 27, 2012

Excellent book. By an insider/outsider/everysider. Initially I gave the book four stars, in part, because it was so technical in the middle chapters. But hand on. Once you digest all the information. And the highly technical stuff, not only will you be more expert on all things dollar related, you will think the closing chapters are spectacular. Which they are. I really enjoyed the second to last chapter. Chilling in some ways. And the comprehensive look at complexity theory and how that does a good job of predicting what will happen in the event on of a currency collpase was out of this world cool. And distrubing at the same time. The epilogue at the end was a very good summary of what to expect in the event of a dollar collapse, which the author points out is inevitable. All fiat currencies ultimately arrive at their intrinisc value. Zero.

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