The stock market will form a top in 2015-2018 and then decline for many years. In this book you will find out how the demographics around the world will usher in a worldwide depression. You will find out what you can do to preserve what you have and how to tailor your strategy to the changing economic conditions. You will also understand why many economic forecasts have failed to predict significant changes in the economy and how economic forecasting could be changing in the future. Most importantly you will know that the stock market crash is coming and you will be prepared.
The direction of the economy is clear in all the economic statistics. The author looks at these key economic statistics to show you how close we are to a 1930s style economic crisis. Be aware and be prepared.
Table of Contents
Demographics and Economics
Demographics and Economics in America Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Labor Force Wages Inflation (Consumer Price Index) Interest Rates (10 Year Bond) Post-Office Revenue Homicide
The Stock Market Crash of 2015 - 2018
Surviving the Crisis
The Worldwide Depression
Press Release forecasting the Great Recession of 2007 – 2009
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About the Author
Edward Cheung is the author of Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social Cycles: North American Long-waves. He has researched demographics for 30 years. He called the last economic downturn just a month before the stock market peaked in 2007 and now he is forecasting a stock market crash after the market forms a top in 2015-2018 with another severe economic downturn.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm just two gas masks shy of being a doomsday prepper so any book about possible stock market crashes catches my eye immediately. This is perfect for anyone who plays the stock market, as well as those who fear an economic crash is on the horizon. Well written and obviously well researched, it walks you the basics of demographics and economics in the US, explaining topics such as wages and inflation in a way that is simple to understand.
I now realize the indicators of a coming crash go far beyond what a particular stock is worth. It even takes you through the relevance of homicide rates, which I never would have considered. Overall this is a very educational and eye opening guide. I believe it is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to be prepared for a potential stock market crash.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It had a good flow throughout, and it had my attention from start to finish. The words used are not too complex, which I like because there’s no need to have any prior knowledge before reading this book.
I am a visual learner, so I really liked the graphs used in the book. I especially like how the graphs show the past several decades instead of just a few years as it gives more credibility to the facts. As a sidenote, when I was reading the book, I thought about how corporate America gives just a few percent raise, if anything. (But that could be an entirely new book in itself).
The interest rate graph is also interesting. It helps to illustrate the best way to use savings. It’s so true when the author states the best way may to be under the mattress. I like to figure out where to put my money to maximize potential interest, and this makes me think more about my future decisions.
I found this to be a very engaging and thought provoking read, we are all already aware that we are living longer and working more hours for less money, but Cheung’s analysis of social economic structure and its affect on the economy has certainly stimulated my thoughts on the coming months and what to expect.
Cheung’s prediction of a tumultuous stock market crash is backed up against historical facts and figures; he raises valid points about the impending retirement of baby boom generation and the backlash of this on the economy.
The book itself is well written and a comfortable read, Cheung has an excellent light-hearted flow to his writing and let’s face it economics is hardly a jovial subject, yet he manages to make his theories easy to understand. Cheung explains the reasons behind economic downturns in very simple plain English; he cites historical and social impact and discusses economic growth and decline in layman’s terms...
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