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Lists with This Book. I found out about John Mauldin from a friend an interesting “blue-collar” fellow who became a millionaire by investing, it is what happens when you read and don’t waste your time drooling in front of a TV or computer.

He gives a review of how deleveraging works and causes wealth destruction. Any serious effort at fiscal reform goes nowhere, and every congressperson is in favor in principle of reducing spending and curtailing entitlements, but few are willing to do so in practice.

The point of Endgame is that increasing government spending debt will have to end and in fact be reduced.

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

Gas and water supply 4. These days we all do know better, and we should not be willing to sacrifi I liked the book a lot when he was merely describing the problems facing world economies in layman’s terms, but his solutions were kind of a joke to me. With my friend and partner Turi Munthe, we founded Demotix, a citizen-journalism website and photo agency that received photographs from freelance journalists and amateurs and marketed them to the mainstream media.

The book did not disappoint. Investment advice based on deflation or if inflation predominates. It tells the reader what they need to hear, not what they want to hear. The rating agencies yes, the same guys who said those subprime bonds were AAA!

The english speaking world is dominated by Keynesian and Austrian economists. It’s amazing how much clearer things are when we look backward.

I found my self with a pinch full of pages about and all I managed to learn was that “The US is coming to an end of the debt supercycle, the deleveraging will be painful.


These three pillars illuminate the remaining analysis in the book. And I don’t know if they’re easier to read or less distracting in the hard copy, but all the graphs in the ebook and their placement really cut into the flow of the text I suffered through this one because I really felt I needed to understand the global economy.

But the subject matter is important, albeit extremely depressing, so if you want to know the truth, it’s worth the pain. Double-entry bookkeeping gets a turn in helping explain how the Rules affect us: However, like anyone else who’s paying attention, I can see that our economy is in serious trouble and that we’ve just been forwarding the bill on to the next generation for quite a while now.

Refresh and try again. The whole book goes through all the variations on the above three options, what they mean, which ones are most likely for which country, and which ones are worse. Like the Great Wall in China, their economic status won’t be standing for another years, yet alone I found much of the information out of date.

Greece isn’t the only country drowning in debt. Uncovering the New World Columbus Created ” discussing the global integration that started once Columbus arrived in the Americas and has never stopped. The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism ” is by far the best description of how national economies actually interact in the real world as opposed to economics in idealized computer models, the kind that helped facilitate the subprime crisis.

Yet, despite the authors’ dark forecast, the message in Endgame is not all gloom and doom. The interesting thing is comparing the CIA to the KGB, and seeing how ever creeping government secrecy to defend against the enemy of the moment has eroded our civil rights.

The key point, they emphasize, is that debt went from homebuyers, to banks, to government. Other energy ideas like converting the truck fleet to natural gas T Boone Pickinswhich is an abundant resource, and building nuclear power plants to reduce dependence on foreign oil.

It is a time for courage and intelligent decision making informed by the brand of rational analysis and wisdom you’ll find in Endgame. I found his style refreshing – aspiring to editorial neutrality while being honest about his own personal biases.

Some countries could be facing hyperinflation and complete economic meltdown. I now understand what filler is. Dec 20, Adrian rated it really liked it. There isn’t any of that in here. I grew up in San Blas, a neighborhood of Madrid that had one of the highest rates of drug use in Europe.


He referred to puts in a way ghe had me thinking it was a verb, but he meant it as a eupercycle.

As a kid, I was a bit of a nerd. For these countries, there are only two options, and neither is good–restructure the debt or reduce it through auster Greece isn’t the only country drowning in debt.

The author prefers the Friedman approach over Keynes Our government debts, monetary expansion, and trade deficits are unsustainable. You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. I highly encourage you to pick up this book if you want to know what is going on in the world economy today.

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

Reveals why the world economy is in for an extended period of sluggish growth, high unemployment, and volatile engdame punctuated by persistent recessions. Mauldin I think this may be the most important economics book of our current time.

The basic concept behind the debt supercycle is that many countries have spent way more than they can afford and that this has consequences, Mauldin terms it “endgame. May 02, Gordon rated it really liked it Shelves: The British system first led them toward empire, and then to supercycpe.

We sold Demotix in to Corbis, a company owned then by Bill Gates. The only two ways to grow your economy: My parents started Betel International, a drug rehabilitation center that has grown from one addict in to over 2, addicts in 25 countries. Sep 30, James rated it did not like it Shelves: USA policy is all about control over oil. The authors go country by country and explain what is happening, what should have been learned from it, what is not being learned from it, and how it will play out painfully.