Description. Greece isn’t the only country drowning in debt. The Debt Supercycle —when the easily managed, decades-long growth of debt results in a massive. Buy Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything by John F. Mauldin, Jonathan Tepper (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s. Endgame – The End Of The Debt Supercycle And How It Changes Everything by John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper was published earlier this.

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Rather than talking down the problems facing the world economy, the severe indebtedness, the overleverage, and the lack of good options, Endgame simply tells it like it is.

Investment advice based on deflation or if inflation predominates. Lastly, this one is a little yhe further out therebut is a counterpoint to overall British and American foreign policy over the last years.

Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything by Jonathan Tepper

Author writes these concepts in clearly understood language without jargon. What an ugly metaphor! May 20, Robert Mahon rated it really liked it.

The United States, The analogy is effective and may or may not be true when transferred to the social world we call economics.

Dec 06, Tim Jin rated it really liked it. The situation is very bad, and there doesn’t seem to be any painless way out of it. The stakes are now higher. The book is published by Wiley who have a good history of producing strong books. What might happen politically, though, is beyond the scope of this book. Chicken Littles, Greeks, Politicians. Let’s face it, unless you are a financial expert and heck they don’t even get it right ensgame the book illustrates with the example supercyxle Iceland economics is a difficult topic.

They agree ie, are opposed to all the things to make middle class citizens better off long term, but they profess a long list of differences that fire up the masses, getting us to line up against each other. Maudlin describes Japan as a bug in search of a windshield. Mauldin is a master of making the complex palatable.


Some of his other predictions, such as medical advances allowing people to become virtually immortal and lots of singularity and artificial intelligence stuff is just risible to me. Most of the graphs are quite illustrative, but some of them are hard to dicipher.

However, the authors did a good job of attempting to explain them. He referred to puts in a way that had me thinking it was a verb, but he meant it as a noun.

This Time Is Different, 6. While it does focus on the US economy, it provides a worldwide tour of similar debt crises, ranging from Japan, to UK, to Hungary, Greece and the Baltics. Don’t read this book if you’re looking for investment advice. The path the USA is on at present gives little hope for mitigation–let’s pray for a new or of politicians who understand what is needed and implementthose actions.

Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything

They point to the election as the key date for the change they seek particularly, not Debt is moving from consumer and household balance sheets to the government. John has some bad news, but he delivers it in a fairly even handed and matter-of-fact manner. For these countries, there are only two options, and neither is good–restructure the debt or reduce it through auster Greece isn’t the only country drowning in debt.

However, despite the dire title and some of their dire predictions, they often sound disturbingly optimistic despite telling us that the end of the “debt supercycle” is unlike anything seen in the modern industrial world.

Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything

Sadly, they at a very minimum don’t seem to care. Yet, elsewhere, the author talks about, how if austerity is practiced, the Greek gov. Sep 30, James rated it did not like it Shelves: Unintended consequences lie like minefields in any of these theories.


I wanted an unbiased opinion, from some people with a comprehensive suercycle credible understanding, and although the authors are optimists I would say that they did give a fairly decent and unbiased opinion on yhe to come The Author’s sure do know what there talking about. This is tge hideously bad book trying to ride on the GFC.

Imagine dropping one grain of sand after another onto a table. Mining and quarrying Select the correct answer using the code given below: This book warranted a glossary.

Lower trend growth, and 3. There are so many variables at play, not to mention the emotional factor confidence of the masses.

Nov 28, Ann has a dirty mouth rated it liked it Shelves: The debt supercycle started more than 60 years ago and the first half of this book examines economic theory and recent economic research to make ot case of the argument about debt. Any serious effort at fiscal reform goes nowhere, and every congressperson is in favor in principle of reducing spending and curtailing entitlements, but few are willing to do so in practice.

What is “growth the economic”? One thing to keep in mind is the amount of US public debt held by the Fed. The Elements of Deflation Chapter 8: The authors do a very good job of looking back and insist that we are in the endgame era.