Aftershock has ratings and reviews. Cordell said: I Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown Robert Wiedemer. David Wiedemer, Robert A. Wiedemer, and Cindy Spitzer, authors of the revised and substantially (30%) updated third edition of Aftershock. Aftershock by Robert Wiedemer – Find out how economic events will effect the price of gold and other precious metals.

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With a couple of exceptions I disagree with most of what this book espouses, mostly the modern fable that economics should be a hard science iwedemer technical reason. Reminds of Civil Defense advice in case of a nuclear war. First came the dotcom bubblethen the housing bubble. Then the book has about 3 chapters predicting the future problems in the broadest fashion.

Is The Rational Optimist a good book? Very interesting read, and certainly an eye opener. It is too difficult for me to believe that a world in all its perfect complexity had as many right “cosmically” occurring events to get the kind of perfect detail and systems synchronization that we see and study in the various fields today.

The resulting drop in trade, wealth, housing prices, jobs, and business will affect everyone, everywhere.

Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown by David Wiedemer

The global recession had begun four years earlier, since which time I had just barely been able to sell a house seriously–I closed the sale of the house the same week that Bear Sterns ceased to behad graduated afterhsock law school at perhaps the attershock time for new attorneys to be entering the work force, and had managed to find a good, but not great paying, job at a local company.

I have a good bullshit alarm, and it was ringing a lot when I read this book. This article has multiple issues. It is a failure to learn, acknowledge, or educate others on fundamental economic principles.


They even think that the idea that securities could have taken down the economy is plain out wrong. The authors think that the economy could be more like the weather without a static equilibrium but with a dynamic one.

Its really a highly repetitive sales job. Once I had read the 2nd version for the second time and the 1st version onceI started wiedwmer see exactly what the authors are predicting coming true in the headlines daily. First off, when you want to know the afterdhock or hear “scientifically backed” predictions of the future, don’t go to a salesman.

That is a hard one to swallow. This book makes an interesting case that the real estate market was only one of many economic bubbles to pop. I too share wiedemdr writers disbelief in how narrow people views are and who should know better and aftershick they can ignore what is so obvious.

Then they spend exactly 5 paragraphs expounding on that. Continuing increases in GDP require either more consumption by existing populations since there must be an upper limit to need, even perhaps to want, such increases necessarily must reach an end, where all needs are met, where consumption reaches its saturation point or continual actershock in global population that would create new consumers here we run into the carrying capacity, however defined, of the planet.

How alarming is it to investors that, in the so-called interest of national security, there has become a growing war on privacy and wealth? Another is by simply not telling the truth about the gravity of the situation, and the aftershoc hint at that possibility.

Given the economic and geopolitical uncertainty that exists, wieeemer should investors do for both wealth protection and profit potential? There are three authors, and maybe only one of them makes me squirm the way a used car salesman does.

Oh yeah, the infomercial people trying to sell me their investment advice.


Very interesting economics book. For those still in need of a wakeup call, Aftershock is well worth the time. This business-related biographical article is a stub. America’s Bubble Economy Aftershock is easy-to-read, entertaining, and practical book guides readers to seek safety and profits in these evolving economic conditions.

Return to Book Page. I am ‘taking this book under advisement’ with regards to taking action on my family’s finances. Not a bloody artershock, for the former regime will have already died a splashy death.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Interesting thoughts on what our future economy will look like.


I highly doubt it. I may not be the sharpest tool in the shed but where is the moral integrity in the counsel to stop paying your mortgage so you can increase your personal savings, meanwhile you force the bank to take the real estate loss when they finally kick you out artershock the house that you have no intention of paying for?

The authors have had one HIT and we are to trust that they are not “one hit wonders”. Buy gold and coal companies basic necessity that the US produces the most of and will be exported significantly in the future. It explains why and how the stock market, real estate, consumer spending, private debt, dollar, and government debt bubbles will burst, driving up unemployment, devaluing the dollar, and causing deep recession around the globe.

The fools are those that make the same mistakes twice or perpetuate themand here I wholeheartedly agree with the brainy team. As an aussie reader, some of the advise is less useful but the principals still apply.