The Day After the Dollar Crashes

  • by Damon Vickers
  • Narrated by Sean Pratt
  • 6 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

We are at a crossroads of immense proportions. Nationally, internationally, and globally, we areliving in a manner that is absolutely, unconditionally, irrevocably unsustainable. Our global economic stability is in jeopardy, our planet’s ecosystems are under attack, and our health is deteriorating. Huge changes are coming whether or not we want them, whether or not we are ready for them. How can we lead the charge to introduce innovations and solutions to meet the inevitable challenges of new kinds of economic forces? Damon Vickers believes that by anticipating social trends and detecting potentially profitable areas for investing, we might still be able to profit while supporting a sustainable future.
In The Day After the Dollar Crashes, Vickers presents a possible time line for the crash of the U.S. dollar and the subsequent collapse of global markets. He outlines the New World Order that may take shape over the next decade and the impact it could have on nations, businesses, and individuals. Perhaps more importantly, he tells how investors can weather the coming economic collapse and position themselves for the coming global transformation. By changing our expectations and taking action to get in alignment with reality, Vickers shows, we can steadily profit in our investments. He suggests both globally sustainable and socially responsible types of investments, including investing in currencies of countries that are backed by real assets like resources and technologies that expand our sustainable energy and food sources.The time for denial and waiting for someone else to fix everything is over. It is up to us, each and every one of us, to wake up and start to make more responsible choices as we enter a New World Order. This audio book will show us how.

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Buy gold not this book.

Alas this is a very partisan and myopic, if not confused, audiobook. I was rather hoping to see a robust argument about the causes and solutions to our current economic woes. Instead I, like some others who have listen to this, have been presented with a Vickers' interpretation - in some parts ok entry level analysis - on the impeding amplification of our economic troubles. There are enough straw men arguments in this book to make your head spin. And the real rub of it all is that I can't work out Vickers' moral stand point: 'I'd like to buy the World a Coke' in one sentiment and then 'if it wasn't for those fat, lazy people on welfare...', in another. All in all, I would have preferred not to rate this book because I don't see its relevance or value - other than its cost to me. Thank God no trees were sacrificed in the production of its MP3 version. Don't forget, caveat emptor.
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- Marcus

Book Details

  • Release Date: 27-01-2011
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC