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So there is a certain class of people, whom the authors really aren’t talking to, for whom “Endgame” might mean not so much buying fewer boats but trying to stretch the grocery budget with dog food.

The End of the Debt Supercycle 11 Chapter 1: The debt supercycle started more than 60 years ago and the first half of endgaem book examines economic theory and recent economic research to make the case of the argument about debt.

As i’m sure everyone here reading this knows, there has been allot of pessimist running around preaching their “End of the world” sermons.

Steps which were necessary to prevent another great depression, but the consequences of such actions are not fully known. For one the pacing was rather to slow. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. We’ve got hundreds of permanent bases and a blue water Navy that controls all ocean transit, control over most global airspace, and control over low earth orbit.

A discussion on inflation and hyperinflation. Author writes these concepts in clearly enfgame language without jargon Author discusses in depth the extent of the rising debt loads of governments vs their respective Gross Domestic Product around the world.


In summary, this was an enlightening read. It tells the reader what they need to hear, not what they want to hear.

Dec 28, Graham Mulligan rated it liked it. Either put them on an exchange like stocks his preferable choice, apparently or regulate them like insurance policies my preferable choice. The book severally lacks original research, analysis or perspectives. And given we live an ever increasingly connected world, we will feel the tremors of instability for a long time to come. He referred to puts in a way that had me thinking it was a verb, but he meant it as a noun.

For starters, John’s stylistic perspective is very well-balanced.

Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything by Jonathan Tepper

However, their worst-case scenarios describe an economic apocalypse in more than one country. The five things that matter: This Time Is Different 91 Chapter 6: Rather, the limit is all about confidence. A pile of sand soon develops. This book warranted a glossary.

The Costs and Consequences of American Empire ” is by far the most interesting book on where the American empire stands today. The path the USA is on at present gives little hope for mitigation–let’s pray for a new cadre of politicians who u Mauldin and Tepper have written a truly important book on the economc situation facing the USA and most of the world.

My parents are heroes. I can handle math and statistics well enough, but I am certainly not very well-versed in economics. However, the authors did a good job of attempting to explain them. Jan 21, Misteeyed rated it really liked it.

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Maybe it should have been the “word debt”? Credit Default Swaps have not been dealt with.

Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything

Mining and quarrying Select the correct answer using the code given below: It’s obvious they’ve done their homework, and they present it matter-of-factly, without ranting or whining, supported by many, many graphs. A recommended read with shortcomings noted. Debt is moving from consumer and household balance sheets to the government. This book does a fabulous job at ex I’ve read several of these financial doomsaying books now, and this is without a doubt the best.

Because so much of their debt is on the books of European banks.

Make good use of research and provide citations to back their points. Very good, comprehensive overview of the debt problem in the world today. The only criticism of this work is excessive citation of a recent book, Reinhart and Rogoff’s This Time is Different.

Author discusses in depth the extent of the rising debt loads of governments vs their respective Gross Domestic Ebd around the world. Lacks a formal bibliography. Still, their points are hard to argue — we simply can’t keep funding entitlements at the levels we currently do.