Author(s): David Wiedemer
From the authors who predicted with unmatched precision the domino impacts of the real estate, stock market, and other bubbles that led to 2008's market meltdown comes the definitive look at what is still to come and what investors can do to protect themselves.
Just as many are wrongly forecasting a full recovery ahead, Aftershock, now updated and revised, warns of a very different economic future. Home prices and stocks will continue to fall, inflation and unemployment will rise, and the current recession will not automatically cycle back to recovery. Unlike most books, Aftershock goes beyond the outdated notion of "market cycles" to help readers clearly recognize and quickly respond to the rapidly evolving economy. Instead of going back to how things were before, we are moving forward through uncharted territory, with new challenges and opportunities few people anticipate. The book shows you how to:
Aftershock is easy-to-read, entertaining and practical book guides readers to seek safety and profits in these evolving economic conditions.
David Wiedemer, PhD, is a world leader in macro-evolutionary economic analysis. His work in information dynamics, technological evolution, and economic history form the basis for the predictions in Aftershock. Dr. Wiedemer is the Chief Economist for Absolute Investment Management. He holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Robert A. Wiedemer is a Managing Director of Absolute Investment Management, a macro-focused money management firm that is in alignment with the macroeconomic analysis and perspective of Aftershock. Mr. Wiedemer holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Cindy Spitzer is an award-winning author who has collaborated on more than twenty books since 1993 including Chicken Soup for the Soul, Buy and Hold Is Dead (Again), America's Bubble Economy and many others. She is President of Aftershock Consultants, a consulting firm that provides support and insights to individuals, families and businesses, based on the ideas in Aftershock.