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I am currently half way through this book and unlike "The Death of Money" which had me hooked from the start, Aftermath has personally been a difficult read for me. Jim constantly uses long long stories from his life to relate to what is going on or may happen. I found myself skipping multiple pages to get to the point. I have the utmost respect for Jim and I currently receive his paid newsletters and listen to all his interviews but this so far has not been what I expected. I give it 2.5 Stars
OMG....read this at the height of the 2020 pandemic. Even though the author doesn't mention a virus, he speculates (in 2018) on a 2020 Black Swan event with the world financial situation as it is, and it's consequences. I am am genuinely fearful of what may come to pass in the next few years. #OwnSomeGold.
I found this in my Kindle library, presumably bought on recommendation from a forgotten source. Being mildly financially illiterate this is at times pretty heavy going with necessary explanations of theoretical economic ideas. However this is balanced with clear illustrations of why the proposed outcome has a solid basis in facts which are glossed over by the mainstream.
papiergeld ist bloß ein politisches tauschmittel .solange die politik 50% ok ist, ist auch das papiergeld 40% ok! wenn aber für privates geld verborgen nichts bezahlt wird dann ist politik am rande einer abwertung angelangt für das papiergeld!