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WORRIED ABOUT THE HOUSING BUBBLE? You should be, but don't let itmonopolize your agita. There are four other bubbles alsodeserving of attention, according to America's Bubble Economy: a stock-market bubble, aforeigner-supported-dollar bubble, a consumer-debt bubble and a U.S.-debt bubble. When the five collide in a 'bubblequake, ' thebook's authors predict, the air will rush out of the pumped-up U.S.economy, deflating the average American's assets and standard ofliving.
But not to panic. America's Bubble Economy has asubtitle: Profit When It Pops. Eric Janszen, one of its fourauthors, suggests keeping 10%-15% of your assets in gold, which hesees rising 'to a peak price of $2, 500 to $3, 000'' an ounce.Janszen et al. also recommend eurobonds and euro-denominatedexchange-traded funds, because most of Europe isn't as indebted asthe U.S. and its main currency should outperform the dollar.
A former venture capitalist and founder of the financial Websitei Tulip, Janszen says the U.S. is repeating errors of the Nixon era, including massive government deficits, under-funded entitlementsand an unpopular war the government can't fund with higher taxes orspecial bonds. Throw in today's growing global demand forcommodities, and '... all roads still lead to inflation, whetherdue to energy costs, unfunded deficits or dollar-currency risks, 'he says.
Janszen, who was rightly skeptical of the Internet craze early-on, tells Barron's that the current stock-market bubble is 'areflection of monetary inflation' rather than future earnings. Amore normal trendline, he says, would put the Dow at about half itspresent level, or 6, 000. Now, that's something to worryabout.
--Susan Witty (Barron's, November 13, 2006)

Chosen by Kiplinger's as one of the 30 Best Business Books of 2007

Paul Farrell, Senior Columnist at Dow Jones Market Watch said on February 12, 2008, 'In short, America's Bubble Economy'sprediction, though ignored, was accurate.''More roadmap than crystal ball, this book doesn't simplyadvise a reader what's coming, it tells a reader exactly howto plan and respond. That it manages to predict an awfullytroubling near future while still managing to be readable and evenfunny in spots, is no mean feat.'
--Ken Kurson, co-author with Rudy Giuliani of the No. 1Bestseller Leadership and financial columnist at Esquire

'A sobering financial wakeup call for all Americans.'
--C. Thomas Mc Millen, Rhodes Scholar and former three term U.S. congressman

'Whether you think it goes too far or hits a bull's eye, America's Bubble Economy presents a riveting argumentfor what may be coming and how to make the most of it.'
--Philip J. Gross, former CFO, America Online

'Sound advice in these times, America's Bubble Economy delivers what we need to hear. Its prognosis may beharsh, but these insights are astute, logical andcompelling.'
--Dr. Rodney Stevenson, Professor of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison, past president of the Association for Evolutionary Economics

'Finally, a way to profit from the government's recklessspending habits!'
--Jim Goldinger, Managing Director, TD Capital Ventures

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WORRIED ABOUT THE HOUSING BUBBLE? You should be, but don't let itmonopolize your agita. There are four other bubbles alsodeserving of attention, according to America's Bubble Economy: a stock-market bubble, aforeigner-supported-dollar bubble, a consumer-debt bubble and a U.S.-debt bubble. When the five collide in a 'bubblequake, ' thebook's authors predict, the air will rush out of the pumped-up U.S.economy, deflating the average American's assets and standard ofliving.
But not to panic. America's Bubble Economy has asubtitle: Profit When It Pops. Eric Janszen, one of its fourauthors, suggests keeping 10%-15% of your assets in gold, which hesees rising 'to a peak price of $2, 500 to $3, 000'' an ounce.Janszen et al. also recommend eurobonds and euro-denominatedexchange-traded funds, because most of Europe isn't as indebted asthe U.S. and its main currency should outperform the dollar.
A former venture capitalist and founder of the financial Websitei Tulip, Janszen says the U.S. is repeating errors of the Nixon era, including massive government deficits, under-funded entitlementsand an unpopular war the government can't fund with higher taxes orspecial bonds. Throw in today's growing global demand forcommodities, and '... all roads still lead to inflation, whetherdue to energy costs, unfunded deficits or dollar-currency risks, 'he says.
Janszen, who was rightly skeptical of the Internet craze early-on, tells Barron's that the current stock-market bubble is 'areflection of monetary inflation' rather than future earnings. Amore normal trendline, he says, would put the Dow at about half itspresent level, or 6, 000. Now, that's something to worryabout.
--Susan Witty (Barron's, November 13, 2006)

Chosen by Kiplinger's as one of the 30 Best Business Books of 2007

Paul Farrell, Senior Columnist at Dow Jones Market Watch said on February 12, 2008, 'In short, America's Bubble Economy'sprediction, though ignored, was accurate.''More roadmap than crystal ball, this book doesn't simplyadvise a reader what's coming, it tells a reader exactly howto plan and respond. That it manages to predict an awfullytroubling near future while still managing to be readable and evenfunny in spots, is no mean feat.'
--Ken Kurson, co-author with Rudy Giuliani of the No. 1Bestseller Leadership and financial columnist at Esquire

'A sobering financial wakeup call for all Americans.'
--C. Thomas Mc Millen, Rhodes Scholar and former three term U.S. congressman

'Whether you think it goes too far or hits a bull's eye, America's Bubble Economy presents a riveting argumentfor what may be coming and how to make the most of it.'
--Philip J. Gross, former CFO, America Online

'Sound advice in these times, America's Bubble Economy delivers what we need to hear. Its prognosis may beharsh, but these insights are astute, logical andcompelling.'
--Dr. Rodney Stevenson, Professor of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison, past president of the Association for Evolutionary Economics

'Finally, a way to profit from the government's recklessspending habits!'
--Jim Goldinger, Managing Director, TD Capital Ventures
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vii

INTRODUCTION xi

Part One America's Bubble Economy

Chapter 1: Executive Summary 3

Chapter 2: Bubble Blind 37

Chapter 3: Bubblequake 67

Chapter 4: What!? You Mean We're Not King of the World!? 105

Part Two Profit When It Pops with Alternative Investments

Chapter 5: Cashing in on Chaos 133

Chapter 6: Gold for People Who Hate Gold by Eric Janszen 181

Chapter 7: Survive and Thrive 199

Part Three The Really Big 'Big Picture'

Chapter 8: The View from 30, 000 Feet 217

INDEX 255
America's Bubble Economy is the first book to focus on several simultaneous financial bubbles that are interacting to temporarily boost--and ultimately threaten--the United States and world economies. Filled with expert analysis and straight talk, this book will show you how to turn the coming economic transformation into a once-in-a-lifetime wealth-building opportunity.
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