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978-0-470-84982-8 / 0470849827

Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression (Wiley Trading)

by Prechter Jr., Robert R.

Publisher:John Wiley & Sons

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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This New York Times and Wall Street Journal business best-seller first presents the economic facts that show why a massive deflation is not just inevitable, it's already under way. The second part of Conquer the Crash is practical - virtually each of the 21 chapter titles explains How To, What To and you Should.

Amazon.com Review
In Conquer the Crash, Robert Prechter explains why he thinks the boom times are behind us. Based on his interpretation of the Elliott Wave principle (an idea premised on the notion that mass investor psychology is what really drives markets), Prechter believes that the U.S. economy is about to enter into a deflationary depression that few investors are prepared to deal with. In making his case, Prechter assembles an impressive array of data that in essence suggests that the bill for the last 10 years of market excess is about to come due. The second half of the book shows how to avoid becoming "a zombie-eyed victim of the depression" and offers advice on protecting one's assets in a deflationary environment (cash is king). If there's any good news in the future that Prechter sees coming (other than how to avoid it), it's that all-out depressions don't last very long. Conquer the Crash should appeal to gloom-and-doom investors and to those desperately looking for a safe haven from the uncertainties of today's markets. --Harry C. Edwards

Review

"So why bother paying Prechter any mind at all?...he's more right than Wall Street's Establishment usually admits." -- BusinessWeek, July 22, 2002

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