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am 20. Juli 1999
While this book is very much a re-publication of his original "Deflation" book, Gary has cut back on the number of graphs and charts, and added new content on recent developments.
While at first I wasn't too pleased to be re-reading the original book in new packaging, I found it very valuable to review the numerous points Gary makes along with some updates on his insights.
This book is currently the best on the subject and makes a lot of sense. Some have argued that Gary is out to lunch, but he is the only one I know who is prepared to address these issues intelligently.
And for those who complained that "Deflation" did not have an index, they'll be pleased to know that this McGraw-Hill edition does!
am 2. September 1999
This was a very good read. For the most part, well-documented. I question his basis for steady or growing productivity in the current economy. I found that Leeb's book "Defying the Market" made for a very good counter-point to this book -- although, some of the conclusions are frightenly similar. Bottom-line: If the market crashes, deflation(most likely "good deflation")could be the outcome. Stocks are out, bonds are in!