Es stellt sich längst nicht mehr die Frage, ob der Crash kommen wird - sondern lediglich wann. Denn alle Maßnahmen zur Banken-, Länder- und Eurorettung laufen auf volkswirtschaftliche Schadensmaximierung und den Staatsbankrott Deutschlands hinaus. Die Enteignung der Bürger für diesen Fall wird längst vorbereitet. Staatsanleihen, Renten- und Lebensversicherungen, Konten - das sind die großen Verlierer im Falle eines Crashs, der lieber früher als später kommen soll, denn nur dann sind Politik und Wirtschaft bereit, radikal etwas zu verändern.
Wenn der Crash kommt, muss schnell eine Lösung her!
Die Wirtschaftsexperten Matthias Weik und Marc Friedrich beschreiben in ihrem E-Book ausführlich und verständlich, was die Krise verursacht und wer die Nutznießer sind. Doch allzu pessimistisch ist ihre Voraussage nicht, wenn es darum geht, die eigenen Vermögenswerte zu sichern. Wie man sein Geld rechtzeitig in Sachwerte umschichtet, um sein Erspartes nicht zu verlieren, erklären die Finanzstrategen für jeden verständlich.
Germany's most successful business book of 2014 in English now
It's no longer a question of whether the crash will happen, but when. All of the measures taken toward saving banks, national economies, and the euro boil down to the maximization of damages and state bankruptcy for Germany, for which case the expropriation of private citizens has long been in preparation. Government bonds, pension funds, life insurance policies and bank accounts - these are the things that will lose the most in a crash that should come sooner rather than later. Only then will the political and business sectors be open to making radical changes. When the crash comes, we'll need fast solutions!
In their e-book, economics experts and authors of three bestsellers Matthias Weik and Marc Friedrich thoroughly and clearly describe what has caused and who benefits from the crisis. But their predictions are not completely pessimistic when it comes to securing your wealth. The two financial strategists explain in simple terms how you can redistribute your money into tangible assets before the crash in order to keep your savings safe.
The book immediately made it onto Spiegel magazine's bestseller list and has caused quite a stir. In this book, the authors correctly predicted the outcome of EU elections, the ECB's interest rate cuts and negative interest rates for banks, and the lowering of the interest rate guaranteed by life insurers - just to name a few examples.
About the authors:
Matthias Weik studied international business in Australia where he completed his degree. He has dealt with the global economy and financial markets for over a decade. Matthias Weik earned his MBA as part of a work-study program while working for a German corporation. On professional and academic stays in South America, Asia and Australia, Matthias Weik gained deep insight into the world of international finance and economics. His two books co-authored with Marc Friedrich Der grösste Raubzug der Geschichte (English working title: "The Greatest Heist of All Time") and Der Crash ist die Lösung (English: "The Crash Is the Solution") are both Spiegel magazine bestsellers and No 1. Manager Magazine bestsellers as well as the most successful economics books in Germany in 2013 and 2014. In 2016 they published their third bestseller "Kapitalfehler" (English: "Capital error").
Marc Friedrich studied international business administration and has focused intensely on the economy and financial markets. During a job assignment in Argentina, he witnessed a sovereign default first hand in 2001 and its devastating consequences. Marc Friedrich gained valuable work experience in the UK, Switzerland and the US. Together with Matthias Weik, Marc Friedrich holds seminars and lectures for companies, associations, foundations, at conferences, trade shows and at universities and colleges. The duo has been active in this field for several years now. Marc Friedrich and Matthias Weik are welcome economic experts and have made numerous appearances in recent years in print media and on radio and television programs.
The Social’s finance expert connects money and happiness in this fresh, feel-good guide to financial well-being
Everything tells us that what will make us happy can be bought, whether it’s the latest gadgets, renovated kitchens, or luxury goods. But research has shown that having more money in the bank and more stuff around the house doesn’t necessarily correlate with being a happier person. With Happy Go Money, financial expert Melissa Leong cuts through the noise to show you how to get the most delight for your dollar.
Happy Go Money combines happiness psychology and personal finance and distills it into an indispensable starter guide. Each snappy chapter provides practical, easy-to-understand advice on topics such as spending, budgeting, investing, and mindfulness, while weaving in research, interactive exercises, and relatable anecdotes. Frank, funny, and empowering, this primer challenges everyone to revamp their relationship with their money so they can dial down their worries and supersize their joy.
“Leong’s breezy, relatable writing style will appeal to a broad range of readers.” — Booklist
“A book that puts money, life and happiness in perspective. Loved every minute of it.” — Gail Vaz-Oxlade, author of Money Talks and Debt-Free Forever
“While it’s true that money isn’t the first ingredient to happiness, lacking financial awareness can be a barrier to happiness — and a barrier to advancement, which has been making women unhappy for a long, long time. During this movement of change, as women continue to interrogate the status quo, continue to demand more — equality, opportunity, and respect — we have been encouraged to talk more openly about money, to develop a relationship with it, and to understand how we can make money work for us. Melissa Leong has produced a valuable resource as we engage ourselves deeper in this conversation . . . by giving new dimension to the conversation. Happy Go Money is informative but also accessible, smart and funny, silly and sexy, tough and also kind. It is, perhaps, the way money has always wanted to be represented. Melissa Leong has given her a makeover — and she looks SO good.” — Elaine Lui, LaineyGossip.com, and author of Listen to the Squawking Chicken
“A must-read for anyone who wants to fall in love with their money.” — Shannon Lee Simmons, founder of the New School of Finance
“This might be the only personal finance book I have actually enjoyed reading from cover-to-cover. The one thing the title doesn’t tell you is that Melissa is hilarious. You will laugh as much as you learn!” — Cait Flanders, author of The Year of Less