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New eBook - The Great Reset: And What You Can Do To Prepare For It

This new eBook is now available on the Amazon Kindle for anyone interested. The eBook would be 63 pages if printed in standard paperback format and it offers a concise analysis of current macroeconomic and geopolitical trends from a free market perspective.

The book attempts to demonstrate why our current economic policies and fiat monetary system are not sustainable and it suggests that the only logical conclusion is a "Great Reset".

You can find the eBook at the links below or consider purchasing through the Daily Paul's Amazon affiliate link to support this web site as well. The book is listed at $5.99 and Amazon Prime members can borrow the book from Amazon's Lending Library for free.



The official book description is:

The Great Reset will occur in our lifetime – probably within the next decade.

The Great Reset will be a complete economic collapse; a collapse of our monetary system, our banking system, and our financial system.

This collapse will be rooted in the United States but the effects will be global as all developed economies are now interconnected in many ways. This economic collapse will severely disrupt life in the interim while the old systems are washed away. There is no course of action that could prevent the Great Reset at this juncture in time; that ship has long since sailed.

Mind you, the Great Reset will not be the end of the world. While there will be some major dislocations, there will not be mass destruction and thus the preparations suggested herein are not exotic like those presented on Doomsday Preppers.

The Great Reset will be just that – a reset. It will be the process of creative destruction that will put an end to the corrupt economic/monetary/financial systems that have grown large and snuffed out sound free market principles over the past one hundred years. The reset will occur because the current systems that have come into being are not sustainable; in fact they are destructive by their very nature.

This book is concise, direct, and to the point; you will find no filler inside.

This first part of the book discusses why the Great Reset is a certainty and how it may come about. The case for the Great Reset is laid out through the lens of true free market economic principles rooted in old fashioned common sense. The book traces the origins of the Great Reset back to the end of the 19th century and follows its course all the way up to the present day as poor economics and central planning have led to an explosion of debt, deficit financing, and unfunded liabilities across the board.

The second part of this book examines practical preparations that the average person can make to become more self-sufficient and thus prepared for the Great Reset. The suggestions made are simple, practical, and efficient and the focus is comprehensive – mental, physical, and financial preparation.

The Great Reset: And What You Can Do To Prepare For It is written by Joe Galt who also operates the alternative financial blog by the name of Zenconomics.com. The author concludes the book by discussing his influences and inspirations and he answers the question: Who is Joe Galt?

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This is a good one too

The Great Stagnation


America has been through the biggest financial crisis since the great Depression, unemployment numbers are frightening, median wages have been flat since the 1970s, and it is common to expect that things will get worse before they get better. Certainly, the multi-decade stagnation is not yet over. How will we get out of this mess? One political party tries to increase government spending even when we have no good plan for paying for ballooning programs like Medicare and Social Security. The other party seems to think tax cuts will raise revenue and has a record of creating bigger fiscal disasters than the first. Where does this madness come from?As Cowen argues, our economy has enjoyed low-hanging fruit since the seventeenth century: free land, immigrant labor, and powerful new technologies. But during the last forty years, the low-hanging fruit started disappearing, and we started pretending it was still there. We have failed to recognize that we are at a technological plateau. The fruit trees are barer than we want to believe. That's it. That is what has gone wrong and that is why our politics is crazy. Cowen reveals the underlying causes of our past prosperity and how we will generate it again. This is a passionate call for a new respect of scientific innovations that benefit not only the powerful elites, but humanity as a whole.

Highly recommended.

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Just saw this. Looks like the sequel

Average Is Over: Powering America Beyond the Age of the Great Stagnation


Widely acclaimed as one of the world’s most influential economists, Tyler Cowen returns with his groundbreaking follow-up to the New York Times bestseller The Great Stagnation.

The widening gap between rich and poor means dealing with one big, uncomfortable truth: If you’re not at the top, you’re at the bottom.

The global labor market is changing radically thanks to growth at the high end—and the low. About three quarters of the jobs created in the United States since the great recession pay only a bit more than minimum wage. Still, the United States has more millionaires and billionaires than any country ever, and we continue to mint them.

In this eye-opening book, renowned economist and bestselling author Tyler Cowen explains that phenomenon: High earners are taking ever more advantage of machine intelligence in data analysis and achieving ever-better results. Meanwhile, low earners who haven’t committed to learning, to making the most of new technologies, have poor prospects. Nearly every business sector relies less and less on manual labor, and this fact is forever changing the world of work and wages. A steady, secure life somewhere in the middle—average—is over.

With The Great Stagnation, Cowen explained why median wages stagnated over the last four decades; in Average Is Over he reveals the essential nature of the new economy, identifies the best path forward for workers and entrepreneurs, and provides readers with actionable advice to make the most of the new economic landscape. It is a challenging and sober must-read but ultimately exciting, good news. In debates about our nation’s economic future, it will be impossible to ignore.

The Diamond Dog is a real cool cat. | Reporting on the world from an altitude of 420.