Game Over by Stephen Leeb
How You Can Prosper in a Shattered Economy

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You already know about the devastating recession we're in. Jobs are being cut by the tens of thousands. Real estate values are plummeting. Retirement plans and 401ks are going up in smoke. And then there's rising inflation. And whether we like it or not, higher gasoline prices again are right around the corner.

Then there's the ever-present confusion and dips in the stock market, and, whether we want to admit it or not, the fact that the world is finally beginning to run out of essential raw materials, such as silver, titanium, and, of course, oil.

Yes, the economy is definitely a wreck. Even worse, according to most experts, our problems are not going away soon. We're going to be in serious financial trouble for a long time.

So . . . are you ready for some good news?

As you will discover in GAME OVER, bestselling author and investment advisor Dr. Stephen Leeb shows you how to not only survive in the current economic maelstrom but actually find a way to thrive.

Dr. Leeb first tells you just how bad things are by exposing the basic suppositions of our institutions, and how quickly outdated they've become. Warning bells are sounding especially for Americans looking forward to a relaxing retirement and living off their savings, investments, Social Security, and Medicare. The time to sit up and take action is now.

Dr. Leeb provides a clear-cut and well-crafted financial road map to protect every investor in the years to come. Specifically, he reveals which key investments will steadily rise . . . the best ways to hedge surging inflation . . . and which sectors will boom.

Many will lose their savings, watch their investments shrink, and never fulfill their financial dreams. But with Dr. Leeb's advice, you can make sure yours come true.
 

About Stephen Leeb

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Regarded as one of the nation's experts on global economic trends, Stephen Leeb has written several bestselling books for us, including THE OIL FACTOR, THE COMING ECONOMIC COLLAPSE, and GAME OVER.
 
Published January 28, 2009 by Business Plus. 256 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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In his timely book, Game Over, author Leeb explores the seven misguided assumptions that has shaped American domestic and foreign policies for decades.

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Seeking Alpha

That is why natural gas for transportation makes sense and the pure environmentalists should stop and look at the reality of the situation and not just wish purity into existance.Given our economic situation, one wonders if the lack of insight into an energy policy that keeps us healthy will lead...

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Seeking Alpha

While we should continue to develop alternative energy sources to reduce dependency on oil, we also need to realize oil will be needed for a long time and stop tying the hands of the companies that can produce oil and gas in this country,

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Seeking Alpha

In advanced economic theory 'Absolute Peak Oil' appears to be a sort of an example of the Hawkins-Simon condition.

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The high cost of shipping will end > imports from countries like China and Brazil and nations will resort > back to locally prodcued goods.

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Seeking Alpha

Your commends helps me feel like I am truly helping individual investors become more aware of the upcoming volatility.

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Seeking Alpha

Last I heard, and that was several years ago, Princeton University had a reactor that was producing more energy than it was using.

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Since humans (and, more importantly, politicians) live in the short-term, it is easy to see that the short-term effect of lower oil prices would make a move to alternative energy sources appear uneconomic and that a change would be resisted.

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For the money Leeb suggests go toward energy research, the US could build out a very significant natural gas transportation infrastructure which would immediately and significantly reduce foreign oil imports.

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