Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown
April 28, 2010
From the authors who were the first to predict Phase I of our current economic downturn-in their landmark 2006 book, America's Bubble Economy-comes their insightful sequel discussing their predictions for the next phase of the Bubble Economy.
It may seem like the worst has come and gone, but it hasn't. With their proven track record of accurate predictions-which most financial professionals and economists missed-the authors explain how and why the next phase of the financial meltdown is about to hit. Things are not going back to how they were before. Instead, we are moving through uncharted territory, with new challenges and opportunities that few people can anticipate. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Aftershock shows readers how to seek safety and profits in these dynamic economic conditions.
Robert A. Wiedemer brings to the team the real-world investment understanding and analytical skills that come from founding a NASDAQ-listed information services company. He also serves as the primary investment valuation advisor for the U.S. Small Business Administration's Small Business Investment Company division, which is the largest fund of private venture capital funds in the world with over $20 billion under management in over 4,000 investments.
David Wiedemer, Phd, is a ground-breaking evolutionary economist who created the rigorous economic analysis on which this book is based. He received his PhD in economics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Dr. Wiedemer has held senior management positions with several Washington, DC–area high-technology companies and holds thirteen domestic and international patents on information technology.
Cindy Spitzer is an award-winning writer based in Baltimore, Maryland, who has coauthored, edited, written, or consulted on more than twenty books since 1993, including the first Chicken Soup for the Soul®, as well as Reader's Digest books, Time Life books, and many others. She has also contributed to the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Chicago Tribune, Newsday, Newsweek, and many other publications