Valuable insights on monetary policies, their impact on your financial future, and how to protect against them. Written by the New York Times best-selling author team of John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper, Code Red spills the beans on the central banks in the U.S., U.K., E.U., and Japan and how they've rigged the game against the average saver and investor.
More importantly, it shows you how to protect your hard-earned cash from the bankers' disastrous monetary policies and how to come out a winner in the irresponsible game of chicken they're playing with the global financial system. From quantitative easing to zero-interest-rate policies, ZIRP to the impending currency wars, runaway inflation to GDP targeting, authors Mauldin and Tepper achieve the impossible by not only explaining global monetary policy and its consequences in plain English, but also making it compelling listening.
Outlines time-tested strategies for surviving and thriving in these tumultuous times
Addresses how issues such as quantitative easing, financial repression, currency wars, bubble economies, and inflation impact our everyday lives as well as our financial future
Written by a team of best-selling authors and experts in this dynamic field.How did we get here and where are we headed? What can you do to insulate yourself against, and profit from, economic upheaval and secure your financial future? Find out in Code Red.
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By Glen Doki on 13-09-14
Good financial book, but maybe not on audio
Would you listen to Code Red again? Why?
Possibly. This book made heavy use of figures, tables, and graphs, and is not a great candidate for audio. I ended up buying it in print and following along.
What other book might you compare Code Red to and why?
I think there is a need for books to explain the current economic situation and how to respond to it, because it is so strange right now. Other books discussing this subject are:
The Death of Money, by James Rickards
The Dao of Capital, by Mark Spitznagel
Money, by Steve Forbes
What three words best describe Jack Marshall’s performance?
Weak. He sounds like someone who doesn't understand the material as he reads it.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
This is not a story, but rather a nonfictional treatise. It is not a candidate for screenplay.
Any additional comments?
I admire Mauldin for going out on a limb and making predictions about how global events might play out. Some of his predictions have already come to pass.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Ashanti on 24-01-15
up to date money guide. fantastic read!
In the last year I started to read books about money...all in all about 9 and I can say that most of them starting to repeat themself . NOT here, the Author truly found some new aspects and the best part is you don't have to be an economist to understand the connections. Highly recommend read.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful