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Crash Proof 2.0: How to Profit From the Economic Collapse de [Schiff, Peter D.]
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A fully updated follow-up to Peter Schiff's bestselling financial survival guide-Crash Proof, which described the economy as a house of cards on the verge of collapse, with over 80 pages of new material

The economic and monetary disaster which seasoned prognosticator Peter Schiff predicted is no longer hypothetical-it is here today. And nobody understands what to do in this situation better than the man who saw it coming. For more than a decade, Schiff has not only observed the economy, but also helped his clients restructure their portfolios to reflect his outlook. What he sees today is a nation facing an economic storm brought on by growing federal, personal, and corporate debt; too little savings; and a declining dollar. Crash Proof 2.0 picks up right where the first edition-a bestselling book that predicted the current market mayhem-left off. This timely guide takes into account the dramatic economic shifts that are reshaping the world and provides you with the insights and information to navigate the dangerous terrain. Throughout the book, Schiff explains the factors that will affect your future financial stability and offers a specific three step plan to battle the current economic downturn.

  • Discusses the measures you can take to protect yourself-as well as profit-during these difficult times
  • Offers an insightful examination of the structural weaknesses underlying the economic meltdown
  • Outlines a plan that will allow you to preserve wealth and protect the purchasing power of your savings
  • Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Crash Proof 2.0 will help you survive and thrive during the coming years of economic uncertainty.


Praise for Crash Proof and Crash Proof 2.0

"Schiff was warning us about our fragile economic foundation long before the first cracks started to appear. There are plenty of market cheerleaders out there, but if you want advice from a market realist who has been proven right again and again, read this book."
--Glenn Beck, host, The Glenn Beck Program

"The dot-com implosion proves that we all need Peter Schiff's vision of investing. His view is so global and so unique in its approach, and at a time when we all should be looking to crash-proof our portfolios, Schiff offers us this much-needed life-raft."
--Liz Claman, anchor, Fox Business Network

"For those accustomed to America's economic dominance, Crash Proof is a frighteningly forthright wake-up call. But Peter Schiff is one Cassandra whose voice deserves your rapt attention. Devoid of the usual Wall Street spin, this frank and prophetic read will make you reconsider the very foundations on which your financial house is built."
--Jonathan Hoenig, Portfolio Manager, Capitalistpig Hedge Fund LLC and Fox News Channel analyst

"Schiff does an outstanding job of outlining the dangers to individual investors of the current economic environment and presents a plausible plan about how to deal with the risks."
--David W. Tice, Chief Portfolio Manager, Prudent Bear Funds

"A sober assessment of the financial problems facing our country. Reading this book will prepare you for potential outcomes that Wall Street and the mainstream financial media are completely unaware of."
--Bill Fleckenstein, founder and President of Fleckenstein Capital and Money columnist

Schiff Discusses the Latest Worldwide Financial Crises

The economic and monetary disaster, which seasoned Wall Street prognosticator Peter Schiff warned of in the bestselling first edition of Crash Proof is no longer hypothetical--it is here today. And while most people believe that the economic collapse is over, the reality is that it has only just begun. That's why he's returned with Crash Proof 2.0--Providing everything you need to protect your money.

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  • Editor: Wiley; Edición: 2 (8 de noviembre de 2011)
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Why You Need 2 Buy this Book...Even if you own v1 14 de septiembre de 2009
Por AnAmazonCustomer - Publicado en
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First a little disclaimer; as a college instructor and writer, I read a lot of business books. Frankly, I wasn't much a Peter Schiff fan and it would be fair to say he still tends to annoy me especially when he gets "hyper" like on an interview I just heard this morn via Financial Sense Newshour. Having said that, over the years I've done a major turn-around on my opinion about Schiff. Like many others, I initially would run across an interview here or there which seemed like he was excessively negative yet despite a bit of timing difference, the guy always made a lot of sense even while the likes of some so called financial guru's found on major media outlets were spouting stuff anyone with half a brain could see was downright detrimental to the average small time investor.

The likes of Schiff, Ron Paul, Nouriel Roubini, the Agora Group and others not only continue to make a great deal of sense but time is showing a growing crisis. This book has been updated to reflect many of the changes which have taken place since the writing of the first book plus added fairly substantial amounts of new research/content of interest.

The content is reader friendly, easy to understand and conversational in style. A brief history and overview is provided for those new to the discussion while those with more familiarity will still appreciate the updated statistics etc... Data is provided to support assertions including a few charts etc but are helpful not complex. Schiff provides a very solid explanation on where he stands with inflation and why including his definition of inflation. For those more versed in the ongoing debate - inflation vs deflation remains a sticking point among many investors. For the average American this is not a minor consideration when it comes to deciding what to do with your investment dollar, debt or money in general. Schiff tackles what he considered the "bogus deflation threat" essential consdieration for every investor. Whether you agree or disagree - it is certainly worthy to review the rationale with a "what if" attitude before making a final decision as to your financial future.

Peter Schiff goes on to discuss various investments and risk(s) as well as provide an update of where we are in the predicted cycle. Closely coupled with this is a frank and fairly harsh overview of the current economic policy being put into place by D.C. combined with the status of consumer debt, corporate status does not paint a pretty picture or leaves much room for optimism but goes on to tackle specific investments including....
- TIPS (the problems)
- Currency Exchange
- Mutual Funds
- Cash Accounts
-Precious Metals
-Much more

Bottom Line - a worthy read for new investors, good updates for those that have read the first version. Whether you agree or not, Schiff presents important considerations every investor will want to keep in mind and does so in an easy to read method.
168 de 173 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Crash Proof 2.0 Updated and well worth your time & money 24 de septiembre de 2009
Por Lee Lilly - Publicado en
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Last year when the stock market crashed and a lot of my retirement funds evaporated, I was totally caught off guard. In my research to discover what was really going on, who to trust, and who could explain it, I discovered Peter Schiff and read Cash Proof. Now, I'm not one easily convinced and don't make changes easily. But this book opened my eyes. I've spent the last year contemplating this, researching history, and listening to Peter Schiff (and those that disagree with him). But, I always come back to this book, because it seems to just make common sense. Important point--the original version was written BEFORE the stock market crash of 2008. It was warning of what was to come. Many books out now trying to explain, were written after the fact. That's why I was more interested in this update, than anything else out there now. He has been steadfast in his beliefs. He is confident, but is honest enough to admit when he is not sure or short term events surprised him. This book compelled me to change my investment strategies and I continue to do so while there is still time.

Just remember that this book was written in 2006/2007 and the 2009 updates are at the end of each chapter.

This country may have gone past the point of no return. I don't know and pray not. But, if there is any hope, I think it will be because people like Peter Schiff understand and speak the truth and get through to our leaders. But that will be a tough job. Most of them don't want to deal with the truth.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 5 Stars Great Investment Ideas, 1 Star Poor Investment Results 15 de noviembre de 2012
Por Dan - Publicado en
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This book has some good investment ideas not found in other economy "crash" books also written by authors who predicted the stock, housing, and personal credit market downturns.

But when it comes to actual investment implementation, Peter Schiff tries to sell you on his "easy to get started and into" own "Euro Pacific Capital (EPC)" foreign investment firm (for easy foreign high-dividend stocks supposedly yielding better than US high-dividend stocks, and easy foreign currency holdings yielding supposedly better than US cash holdings, etc.), but EPC takes a 4.5% upfront account opening fee which is totally outrageous, and then another yearly fee. Peter Schiff's book "Crash 2.0" reports expected 8% returns on foreign investments, but if you factor that his EPC fees take 4.5% off of the first years opening investment, your profits, if his EPC mutual funds make a profit, suddenly are not much different than US high-dividend fund yields.

This means to profit you need to make 4.5% in fees the first year, plus 3.0% inflation, or at least 7.5% on your investments the first year just to break even. So given Peter Schiff's reported expected 8% return on foreign investments, you're not doing well for growth the first year (which is his books mantra), and you're only doing well for capital preservation (stopping the capital you have from losing its value).

It makes you wonder if they're charging 4.5% for opening the account for the first year how many customers actually stick around with EPC for the second year, in so much that they have to pull 4.5% out of your investment in the first year. If they make you money year in and year out, why the upfront 4.5% fee for opening the account the first year?
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The best 20 bucks I've ever spent - Literally 26 de diciembre de 2009
Por Jeff - Publicado en
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If you want to know what to do with your money and the REAL reason everything has happened with the stock market over the past decade this book explains it all.

I've tried to read other finance books but they are boring and the reader often is trying to sell you on something or on his name. This author is writing this book to help people realize what's going on and how to save their money and how they can make money as well.

He speaks so much of the truth that it actually makes the book funny. It makes for an easy read about economics. There is a lot of information, but he writes the book in a way that it's easy to understand. A 12 year old with no knowledge about economics on finance could understand more than 90% of the people in the U.S after reading this book.

I majored in finance/economics in college and learned more from this book then I did from my finance professors at college. I wish I were joking but I'm not. My college was 25K a year too, lol.

I started to google the author to see if he was legit and went to his website. He broadcasts free radio shows every Wednesday. He saves the archived radio shows on his website [...]. I went back and listened to one of his radio shows from 2006 and he actually predicted on the show live that General Motors would go bankrupt along with most all of the financial companies. He also predicted that Fannie Mae and Freedie Mac would go bankrupt. Since finding out about him I listen to his radio shows every week and learn more about the stock market and what to do with my money.

I used to lose my money in the stock market and make stupid mistakes, since reading his book and listening to him weekly i've actually been making money. It's literally the best 20 bucks i've ever spent.

Good Luck to you all out there.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Starting to seem a bit dated 15 de enero de 2014
Por Mark Kitson - Publicado en
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The explanation of the causes of the last crash and possible future ones are well explained and justified. But reading it for the first time 5 years after the crash highlights just how many of the expected events have not really transpired. Furthermore, if one had followed all the recommendations on how to profit from the crash then the last five years would have been a disappointment.

Of course it may all still come about as predicted, and maybe even in the next few months or years. Yet somehow the fact that this is a fairly recent update of a work originally written just before the GFC makes it seem all a little out of date. And with so many seemingly erroneous, or at least premature, predictions scattered throughout the book it is hard to commit to the suggested investment ideas.
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