Terror on Wall Street
|Rating||:||4.55 (705 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||458 Pages|
The book is written by Gordon L Eade, father of the political-legal-ecological thriller writer, Kenneth Eade. . Year 2020, world economy is collapsing. This book and all the articles after the "Afterword" are to teach us how survive the next crash."Tulay C."Reading this book put me very much in the state of mind I was in during the Presidential race of 1992 listening to Ross Perot, telling of his predictions for the economic future of this country. Like all the Eade books it is based on real complex events and systems, but tells its tale through its characters."NerodogGet the paperback now and start reading while you wait for delivery with the free Kindle Match Book. Rolling blackouts have given way to entire system failures. I will be using some of the facts that I learned to improve my investmen
"Terrorist Attacks and Wall Street Market Frenzy Plus an Investing Primer" according to Nyssa. Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, and the holiday season is approaching yet someone has been placing short orders on stocks of major retailers, energy, and transportation stocks. When terrorists in explosive vests and truck bombs start attacking shopping malls and product distribution centers across the country, the reason for the short orders becomes clear. Someone had foreknowledge of the attacks and is making a bundle on the tragedies while declaring economic war on the United States.This book is really two books in one. Part O. Sad Attempt at Fiction. This book is a poor attempt to combine fiction with nonfiction. Most of it gives interesting information about the world of investing and that part of it is educational. Unfortunately, the attempt to make it a fictional story is an abysmal failure. The characters are hard to believe and underdeveloped. Somehow they manage to be in 2 places at the same time - in a classroom in Chicago and traveling to DC at the same time. The plot is implausible. Graduate students are on their way to Washington to save the nation from total economic collapse. What q. Not really a Novel for fun. It started out sooo good. Then it just turned into a lecture on financials.
The main character is poignant because he is at the beginnings of alzheimers, knows it, and attempts to deal with it. The meltdown has similar impacts of social chaos to more traditional disasters, like earthquakes. The causes of the crisis and the way to fix it are discussed in a sophisticated but easy to follow way. Stripped of hype, at the end a referenced appendix lays out the reality of the markets and how to survive them step by step. If you liked The Big Short, this book travels the same road, but in defensive rather than aggressive mode. Like all the Eade book