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"America's debt is a powder keg about to blow, and the fuse was lit by the rush of bailouts and stimulus spending." Is your money inflation-proof? It had better be. On the heels of the most recent economic crisis, America is headed toward another: high inflation and dollar devaluation. Charles Goyette reveals the governmental errors that led to the current economic crisis"America's debt is a powder keg about to blow, and the fuse was lit by the rush of bailouts and stimulus spending." Is your money inflation-proof? It had better be. On the heels of the most recent economic crisis, America is headed toward another: high inflation and dollar devaluation. Charles Goyette reveals the governmental errors that led to the current economic crisis and the bumpy road ahead. The signs are clear: Federal debt is compounding while growth has stalled, and America's foreign creditors are questioning the dollar's reserve currency status. Meanwhile, the "hidden" federal debt, much larger than the official debt, makes things even worse. So what can you do to safeguard your assets when the dollar heads south? This book is the essential guide for protecting yourself--and even profiting--in this time of financial turbulence. In clear detail, Goyette explains the alternative investments--from gold and silver to oil and agriculture-- that will remain strong in the face of mounting inflation. The Dollar Meltdown gives you the tools to maintain the value of your savings and captilize on the coming opportunities. Don't get left holding the bag after decades of government irresponsibility. The Dollar Meltdown shows you how to take the safety of your finances into your own hands....

Title : The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments
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ISBN : 9781591842842
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 248 Pages
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The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments Reviews

  • Rajan Srinivasan
    2018-11-12 16:43

    This is a very important book that makes a bold, and accurate I believe, prediction on the future of the US dollar. I've listened to Mr. Goyette a lot on Internet clips and find him a straight talker. I'd like to compare this book with Peter Schiff's Crashproof. Both books are similar, this one doesn't as deep as the other and hence the 4 stars. However, the simplicity of language makes it an easier read for those reading the ideas presented here for the first time.

  • Michelle
    2018-10-24 20:47

    Very interesting and informative. Right now Gold is at 1000 dollars an ounce so that tells you something about the value of the dollar. The book explains why the dollar is depreciating, why Gold is such a valuable investment and what kind to buy, where to store it,how to store it, etc. As Ron Paul said, this book is a must read.

  • Jason
    2018-10-22 21:49

    Okay, you're in 1 of 2 camps about the US economy. You either think it's about to tank, or you don't. If you think trouble's ahead, then The Dollar Meltdown is for you. Charles Goyette has spent his entire adult career studying the market and working different stints as a financial advisor. He's hosted a talk radio show about economics for almost 20 years. Two endorsements for the book are from Jim Rogers and Mike "Mish" Shedlock, a couple of contrarian investors that I've followed for years. Despite his clearly left-leaning political demeanor, his politicking tapers off soon after the beginning of the book. And that's a good thing--it's hard to separate economics and politics. Appropriately, though, he absolutely hammers the Federal Reserve, the bank bailout, and Congress's handling of the fiscal crises in 2008.The book begins with a layman's economic outline of how we got where we are by late 2009. Goyette underscores both fiscal and monetary policy, and uses comparative examples of several market pullbacks from the past. He finishes with 4 chapters on what you MUST do if, indeed, you believe that the American dollar is going to rapidly and massively devalue in the short term, with a concomitant, permanent move to higher interest rates. This is a book about defensive investing in 4 easy lessons.Personally, I think our economy is in deep trouble in the mid-term, 2-7 years. Our government is overleveraged. It's overly committed to entitlements. Our Boomer demographic is against us. Inflation will rise; credit will be harder to secure. However, I don't believe the sky is falling as much as Goyette would have us believe. I think that what he predicts will happen, but not to the extent he illustrates. I'm leaning Libertarian the older I get. Goyette is a strident supporter of Ron Paul's economic solutions, and though I find Paul's frankness refreshing against our current political tapestry, I'm not a complete advocate. Nevertheless, Goyette provides 4 solid, defensive investment strategies that will work even if the inevitable market pullback is much less than outlined.Here's his chapters:1. The Day Jim in Scottsdale Figured It All Out2. Bailouts: Banking Blunders and Boondoggles3. Debt: First There is a Mountain...Then There's a Bigger Mountain4. Gold: The Quality of Money5. Inflation: The Quantity of Money6. American Money: A Superior Sleight of Hand7. How it Comes Down: Likely Scenarios8. Toppling the Dollar: Your New World Order is Waiting9. The Authorities Are in Charge: Or So They Think10. What To Do11. SPOILER TOPIC12. SPOILER TOPIC13. SPOILER TOPIC14. SPOILER TOPIC15. Bonds: A Crash Course16. Alternative Currencies: Worth Mentioning17. Last ThoughtsI recommend getting this book from the library and reading on the airplane during a business trip.

  • Christopher Obert
    2018-10-30 15:07

    This is a truly frightful book telling the truth behind that weakness of the dollar. Charles explains the true size of the United States’ deficit not being around 20 trillion but around 100 trillion! He does not play politics and shows how the problem has slowly grown from one administration to the next; regardless who the ruling power was, Republican or Democrat! He describes events and policies that are building today that could possibly bring down this fragile house of cards. If you have dollars in your wallet; think that the U.S. government is always going to take care of you; or just live on this planet, you better read this book!

  • Donna
    2018-10-28 19:07

    In The Dollar Meltdown, Charles Goyette discusses some interesting causes for the devaluation of the American dollar. Regardless of the political aspects described in his book, he offers a solution to balance one's portfolio by investing in precious metals, commodities, hard assets, and inverse strategies. The Dollar Meltdown was an interesting read of a frightening future for the economy.

  • Sam
    2018-10-31 19:45

    An entertaining & informative Austrian/goldbug analysis of the last crash & possibly the next, along with some advice about how to protect oneself from hyperinflation (I found the yuan & interest rate ETFs particularly intriguing). The value of the US dollar has fallen by over 90% since the Federal Reserve was created a century ago, while the economy has grown enormously.

  • Dave
    2018-10-28 15:12

    Interesting predictions about the collapse of the dollar due to irresponsible creation of money by the Federal Reserve. Also describes actions you can take to protect your assets if the collapse happens.

  • Terry Moffitt
    2018-11-15 17:01

    Excellent, readable, frightening analysis of what is happening to the US dollar and those our monetary and financial system. Well written and understandable without pulling punches. I highly recommend this book.

  • Rick
    2018-10-22 20:02

    Woahh.. One of my mentors recently recommended this book. What a great read - I thoroughly enjoyed this updated perspective/education from one of the nations leading macro economists. This is a valuable read.

  • Lynne
    2018-10-28 14:54

    Quite interesting so far. It's written in a clear and informative way. I chose to read this book because I want to learn as much as I can about the economy and how I can preserve what little I've managed to acquire up till now.

  • Mitchell Rubin
    2018-10-27 21:03

    A bit sensational. Don't read this one without also reading "The Age of Deleveraging" by Shilling. Completely, contrary views.

  • Bud Hewlett
    2018-10-30 14:01

    A little dated (2009) but still a fantastic book.