How to Survive (and Thrive) During the Great Gold Bust Ahead
- Narrated by: Harry S. Dent Jr.
- Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
- Release date: 06-04-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Gildan Seminars
In his brand new audiobook, How to Survive (and Thrive) During the Great Gold Bust Ahead, Harry warns investors that moving their assets into gold isn't the safe haven they think it is - and why it won't protect them from the biggest market collapse since the Great Depression, set to hit in 2016.
In this shocking audio program, you'll discover:
The unstoppable economic forces heading our way that will result in a collapse in gold prices (chapter 1).
Why the inflation crisis in America is a myth, despite our money overprinting and how gold will suffer because of it (chapter 2).
Exactly how low gold prices will drop in the next five years (chapter 3).
The predictable 30-year cycle gold follows and where we fall in it right now (chapter 4).
Details on his "trade of the decade", which could be the safest (and best value) investment you can make over the next 10 years. But there's a limited window to get in on it (chapter 6)!
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By Dan on 05-10-16
I wanted a credible counter point to the pro gold view but this was low on reason and high on verbose platitudes. In fairness i could only stomach it to Chapter three, but the style was not for me.
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By Brandon Clark on 26-12-16
Honest bad advice
Long story short Dent tells people to buy bonds which is pretty much the worst thing you could buy at the moment. I am not saying gold is any better, but a quick look at corporate profits screams 'stay away'. I totally understand the logic of what he is saying, the only problem with his line of thinking is keynesians are always going to do keynesian things. Central banks would never just sit back and allow the markets to be free. We in reality live in a central planned economy, and his logic only makes sense in a free market.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By E. Giuetti on 13-09-18
Could have said what was needed on one page.
Wind bag with one thing right would be the best way for me to describe this author.
Gold is certainly an inflation hedge and certainly not a deflation hedge. Yes this gets mixed up by Gold bugs, but Harry rants on and on. Most time doing nothing more than sharing personal opinions, he clearly considers himself The authority quoting no one else.
There will be a great deflationary event coming, that he makes clear, and everything other than that which is used to by and sell will do badly, a fair point he makes and one we often forget.
His position on inflation or hyper inflation globally is limited, as were his predictions we have already lived through.
Long winded with one good point.