Peter Schiff – Crash Proof: How to Profit From the Coming Economic Collapse

Created on Wednesday, 22 April 2009 18:53

Schiff's foresight is so staggeringly accurate it's hard to believe he wrote this book in 2006. However, he sees things exactly as they are and explains things exactly as they are. The reason finance has often been viewed as complex, is because the American public is being lied to every minute nationwide by self-serving bankers and government officials.

Schiff does the world a favor by sharing the reality of the modern U.S. economy and stock market, and it's easy to understand because his thoughts aren't crowded by lies. I am guessing he wrote this book partly to get more investors in his brokerage firm, which is actually a good thing for those investors, and partially so he could have the royal "I told you so" when the U.S. economy collapses in the imminent future–which is actually very depressing.


Other Articles On BeBrilliant

  • Jon Rappoport – Making Your Work Known In The WorldJon Rappoport – Making Your Work Known In The World by Jon Rappoport October 27, 2015 What I’m talking about here are your most profound desires and goals. And often you have to search for what those are, because they don’t just pop up. That’s the kind of work I’m referring to—the work that comes when you launch projects and enterprises that directly reflect those […]
  • 10 Signs Of A False Flag Operation10 Signs Of A False Flag Operation Created on Friday, 18 July 2014 18:07 Throughout history, versions of the false flag attack have been used successfully by governments in order to direct the force of the people toward whatever end the so called "powers that be" may be seeking. At times, that end may be war, or it may be the curtailing of domestic civil liberties and basic human […]
  • Luke Ringland – Greed and Fear, It Should Taste The SameLuke Ringland – Greed and Fear, It Should Taste The Same Created on Thursday, 23 April 2009 16:55 About 12 months ago, when 'sub-prime' and 'short selling' were terms taking inches only in 'The Economist', I made a decision. I wasn't buying anymore stocks for the foreseeable future. Why? A combination of years of learning about derivatives trading, short […]
  • Sun Tzu – The Art Of WarSun Tzu – The Art Of War Created on Sunday, 29 March 2009 13:33 The Art of War is one of the timeless classics and contains wisdom and lessons in how to predict what your enemies will do, and common-sense advice on how to avert disaster. This book has long been a favorite of business executives and entrepreneurs, and I highly recommend its wisdom to anyone in the present day who is […]
  • Edward Bernays – PropagandaEdward Bernays – Propaganda Created on Saturday, 04 September 2010 16:31 “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses (i.e. Propaganda) is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.”—Edward […]
  • How Algorithms Are Shaping The WorldHow Algorithms Are Shaping The World We live in a world that is increasingly being designed for and run by algorithms. Algorithms are highly complex computer programs that can solve problems and even determine espionage tactics, stock prices or what script will be a successful movie. An obvious, but key distinction, needs to be made here between automation and AI. Automation is just a machine performing a rote, […]

No Comments

Leave a Reply