Publish date: 15 Jul 2020
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Adam Baratta is one of the most dynamic voices in the field of investments and precious metals today. A former award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer. Adam has turned his passions toward the investment industry and the pendulum shift he sees coming as inflationary pressures return to the global economy. Adam is the co-owner of Advantage Gold, the highest rated precious metals firm in the United States, and member of the Inc. 5000.
Adam’s first book, Gold Is A Better Way became a national bestseller, making both the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists, and was the #1 financial book in America when it was published, in August 2018.
Adam is the creator of the educational Member site, and writes a monthly newsletter, Full Faith and Credit, that has thousands of subscribers. He can be seen in person at seminars and conferences throughout the world and his webinars have become “must see” events with tens of thousands subscribing to his presentations. Adam is happily married and lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles, California.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Great Devaluation is about the imminent and future failure of the global monetary system. Governments around the world have undertaken massive stimulus programs and printed trillions of new dollars in an effort to stimulate their sagging economies. Central Banks have manipulated their balance sheets, lowered interest rates to 0%, and dramatically expanded the global money supply. The world has never witnessed such a dramatic one-two punch of central bank monetary, and government fiscal stimulus, all at once. These policies will lead to a universal currency devaluation and end in an inflationary spiral that will fuel the greatest transfer of wealth in human history.
In this groundbreaking book, national bestselling author Adam Baratta unveils the dark truth about the Federal Reserve, their suppression of gold, and why every American investor needs to understand how this will impact their quality of life. The Great Devaluation is about the imminent and future failure of the global monetary system. It covers the history of The Federal Reserve, how it was formed, why it was formed, and the secretive nature of the independent institution. The book also highlights how going off of the gold standard has facilitated the long-term devaluation of the US Dollar and has made the institution the most powerful in the world.
The Great Devaluation makes the case that decades of manipulation by central banks has led to distorted and negative interest rates around the globe that central banks are now powerless to normalize. This reality, coupled with soaring government debt and deficits, indicates that central bankers have lost control of the monetary system. The book will make the argument that the next recession will be the nail in the coffin for the Federal Reserve and the global monetary system as we know it. As this occurs and becomes more obvious, gold will explode higher in value in the coming years.
The Great Devaluation highlights the major similarities between where we are today and where we were 90 years ago just before the Great Depression. It will examine the looming generational battle between Baby Boomers and Millennials and highlight how the next financial crisis will be a catalyst for a mindset shift as investors the world over deal with inflation for the first time in forty years. The Great Devaluation warns readers and investors of the risks they are facing with the potential collapse of the US Dollar and the global monetary system and makes the case that The Great Devaluation of the 2020s will be more painful for investors than The Great Depression of the 1930s. The book offers solutions to help investors prepare.
Publish date: 15 Jul 2020
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