Market Shock by Todd G. Buchholz

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In Market Shock, leading global economist Todd G. Buchholz alerts readers to the nine trends that will turn America's economy on its head and predicts how each will impact society, financial markets, and individual investors. Buchholz points out that these are opportunities for investors to thrive financially -- if they prepare appropriately. Market Shock helps investors know how to prepare for changes and trends such as:
-- The impact of increasing cultural diversity on consumer and labor markets
-- The aging of America and the financial pressures on Generations X, Y, and Z
-- The resurgence of a more militant Japan.

Crucial to safeguarding investments over the millennium, Market Shock is the essential guide through these impending shifts.


About Todd G. Buchholz

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TODD BUCHHOLZ is an internationally acclaimed economist and author. He served as director of economic policy at the White House and is a contributing editor at Worth magazine. He taught economics at Harvard, and holds advanced degrees in economics and law from Cambridge and Harvard. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Forbes, and is the author of New Ideas from Dead CEOs (May 2007).
Published June 18, 1999 by HarperBusiness. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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