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Conquer the crash

Conquer the crash

You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression

Robert R. (JR.) Prechter

335 pages, parution le 30/11/2003


"The forecasts in Conquer the Crash continue to be uncannily accurate. Look out below as the rest become reality."

Jim Puplava, host, financialsense.com

A year after Conquer the Crash published, stock markets around the world fell precipitously. The rebound of the last six months has convinced some that we are leaving the bear market behind and entering a bull market and economic boom. In this expanded and updated Second Edition of the New York Times bestseller, Prechter returns to provide answers as to what lies ahead. He provides updated economic and market analysis, shows you how to take steps to protect, survive, and prosper and asks, contrary to what most market analysts believe, whether the depression is truly at an end? The expanded and updated edition includes a new 50 page supplement plus current Safety Sources. Written by a leading expert on investing in bear markets, this book is a timely and insightful guide for anyone looking to protect and make money in today's financial markets.

L'auteur - Robert R. (JR.) Prechter

is president of Elliott Wave International, which resides at www.elliottwave.com. EWI is a forecasting firm servicing institutional and private investors around the world, providing long-term as well as intraday analysis on stock markets, currencies, interest rates, commodities, and social trends.
Since 1978, Prechter has published thirteen books on the financial markets, which have been translated into as many as a dozen languages. Every month, he writes thoughtful market commentary in The Elliott Wave Theorist. He is currently developing a new website dedicated to the elucidation of what he terms socionomics, a science of social-trend forecasting.
Prechter attended Yale University on a full scholarship and graduated in 1971 with a degree in psychology. He began his career as a Technical Market Specialist with the Merrill Lynch Market Analysis Department in New York City.


  • PART I: The Case for Crash and Depression
    • 1 A Myth Exposed
    • 2 When Do Depression Occur?
    • 3 When Do Stock Markets Turn from Up to Down?
    • 4 The Position of the Stock Market Today
    • 5 Evidence from Stock Participation and Economic Performance
    • 6 The Significance of Historically High Stock Market Valuation
    • 7 The Significance of Historically Optimistic Psychology
    • 8 Implications for the Stock Market and the Economy
  • PART II: The Case for Deflation
    • 9 When Does Deflation Occur?
    • 10 Money, Credit and the Federal Reserve Banking System
    • 11 What Makes Deflation Likely Today?
    • 12 Timing Deflations: The Kondratieff Cycle
    • 13 Can the Fed Stop Deflation?
    • 14 Making Preparations and Taking Action
    • 15 Should You Invest in Bonds?
    • 16 Should You Invest in Real Estate?
    • 17 Should You Invest in Collectibles?
    • 18 Should You Invest in “Cash”?
    • 19 How to Find a Safe Bank
    • 20 Should You Speculate in Stocks?
    • 21 Should You Invest in Commodities?
    • 22 Should You Invest in Precious Metals?
    • 23 What To Do With Your Pension Plan
    • 24 What To Do With Your Insurance and Annuities
    • 25 Reliable Sources for Financial Warnings
    • 26 How To Ensure Your Physical Safety
    • 27 Preparing for a Change in Politics
    • 28 How To Identify a Safe Haven
    • 29 Calling in Loans and Paying Off Debt
    • 30 What You Should Do If You Run a Business
    • 31 What You Should Do with Respect to Your Employment
    • 32 Should You Rely on Government To Protect You?
    • 33 A Short List of Imperative “Do’s” and Crucial “Don’ts”
    • 34 What To Do at the Bottom of a Deflationary Crash and Depression
    • Services That Can Help You Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression
    • Supplement for 2004
    • Media & Misc. References
Voir tout

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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Robert R. (JR.) Prechter
Parution 30/11/2003
Nb. de pages 335
Format 15,5 x 23,5
Couverture Broché
Poids 440g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780470870907
ISBN13 978-0-470-87090-7

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