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Free read å Bad Money Reckless Finance Failed Politics and the Global Crisis of American Capitalism 106 ☆ [Download] ✤ Bad Money Reckless Finance Failed Politics and the Global Crisis of American Capitalism By Kevin Phillips – Horticulturetrader.co.uk In its hubrisTics PDF or multitrillion dollar products and vehicles like CDOs and SIVs Phillips lashes out at the bad money practices and reckless behavior of buccaneering institutions like hedge funds and tabulates the dangers of hot wiring US home ownership to global credit instability He exposes the Bad Money PDFEPUB or absurd but insistent faith in the efficiency of cas. This was my attempt to learn about the financial market's meltdown and I have to admit that this book bored me to tears Perhaps it is because I tried listening to it but whatever the reason I felt like this book was of a jumbled up tirade rather than a critical analysis Yes I would agree with Phillips' conculsion that our economy's dependence on the financial sector which in essence just pushes money back and forth is largely to blame for this current recession I didn't need to hear this eighteen different ways in the third of the book that I did get through to get the gist Phillips may have some good facts and ideas but he could have used the help of an editor with lots of red pens

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Reckless Finance ePUB #10003 In its hubris the financial sector has hijacked the American economy and put our very global future at risk Bad money refers not just to the depreciated dollar but to the dangerous attitudes and flawed products of wayward megafinance Also bad are the risk miscalculations and strategic abuses of new Money Reckless Finance Failed Poli. This book is both prescient and dated It covers the credit crisis up the end of 2007 and correctly forecast the credit problems in the fall of 2008Kevin Phillips is also a policy wonk and his tendency is to focus general political realities rather than just finance Which is often a good thing but finance viewed in isolation can be a stifling viewPhillips makes every attempt to make his subject readable but this is still a chart heavy book I agree with his approach we need the charts to understand the material I have a finance major so this book is not daunting to mePhillips has a few really good ideas that he belabours Some like peak oil and 100 barrels of oil which sounded so inevitable in the spring of 2008 are now viewed in an entirely different light Even after all the recent coverage about the credit crises and how the major players managed to get us in this mess Phillips revealed many telling details of how things happened behind the scenes

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Bad Money Reckless Finance Failed Politics and the Global Crisis of American CapitalismIno like markets and Washington's reliance on misleading statistics about inflation and consumer prices Foreign policy has taken its toll as well The dollar is losing value in the world because of America's financial irresponsibility and indebtedness and the ruinous war in Ira has severely eroded our influence over global oil producers and foreign central banks. Am half way through having stalled due to other books but this tome is a marvelous study of our global financial system and in particular how here the government intervenes to protect those who run roughshod over the rest of us with their bad actions It was written a year before the great crash of 2008 but the author had the coming disaster well in sightAm done one of the curious points in the book was the idea of peak oil which didn't happen due to oil shales and the like but it is a great introduction to the international financial system the potential for the dollar losing its position as THE international currency the rise of state owned oil economies and the emergence of India and China as major competitors