John R. Talbott
Bestselling Financial Expert Who Predicted the dot.com Collapse, the Housing Crash and the Current Global Economic Crisis
"John Talbott's predictions have been spot on."--Newsweek Magazine

"Talbott is an oracle with a track record: His previous books predicted the collapse of both the housing bubble and the tech-stock binge before it."--Bloomberg News


“Talbott is one of only six forecasters in the country that got things right. In 2006, he called the peak in home prices, and then in the beginning of 2012 the trough.”--Wall Street Journal

“You need not embrace John's political bombast, but you ignore his financial prescriptions at your peril.  For over a decade, he has made consistently prescient observations about future developments that were ignored by the vast majority of establishment analysts and pundits...until they happened.  John is a brilliant unconventional thinker.  His concept of measuring investment returns in terms of ounces of gold instead of units of  paper currency could revolutionize investment practice much as Einstein's general relativity revolutionized cosmology.”--Peter Fahey, Retired Partner, Goldman Sachs


"Finance is based on trust. But what do you do if you cannot trust financiers? Talbott, who has long been an acute observer of what's wrong with our financial system, proposes provocative answers."
--Daron Acemoglu, Professor of Economics, MIT and winner of award for best young economist in the US

"John Talbott, a Wall Street insider, blows a deafening whistle of financial corruption and government malfeasance.  His grave warnings about Wall Street and Pennsylvania Avenue come with strong advice about how to protect ourselves from the next terrible economic storm -- Uncle Sam's going broke."
--Laurence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics, Boston University and co-author of The Clash of Generations

"Brutally honest, and genuine, Talbott identifies the key problem our society and economic system face; corporations, especially banks, have way too much political power and cannot be trusted with investors’ money as governments, regulators, and even academics betray their responsibilities to the public. Talbott calls it like he sees it."--Anat Admati, Professor of Finance and Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business

"John provides a shrewd discussion of money and politics—and the deleterious effect the latter has on the former—and gives a provocative study of the dangers of impending runaway inflation."--Publishers Weekly

"I only wish I had discovered John years earlier - it would have saved me hundreds of thousands of dollars I lost in the stock market crash. Better late than never - I am following his advice now and sleep very well at night, feeling confident that I am no longer trusting my investments and financial future to so-called investment advisers on Wall Street."--Larry S.

"In a world full of shysters and liars it is so refreshing to see that all is not lost, there is still integrity even in this present financial darkness through John''s insights."--Elizabeth R.


 






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