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Would you tag this book "investing," or was it so foul that you don't want to steer folks wrong?


Hmm, I suppose this book is supposed to be an investing book, but I yeah, I think it falls far short of that. It's more "armchair macroeconomics" than anything else.

Sure I think it's important to recognize that our long-term deficits (gov't, trade, personal) are unsustainable and that a correction will involve a continued fall of the dollar (either as planned by the Fed or in a more "disorderly" manner by speculation), but that's not really investing advice.

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