Til Debt Do Us Part by Luke Ross
How to Survive and Prosper in The Great Depression of the XX1 Century that follows The Global Financial Crisis

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Globally, we are in the midst of the greatest financial crisis since the 1930s Great Depression, and considering the rise and fall of the stock market, the failure and belly up of real estate, and the ramifications of corporate greed, it's confusing enough to give up in desperation. After hearing mainstream financial experts telling us that they know best, we are now experiencing the rotten fruits of their reckless decisions with massive debt and sinking economies. What are we to do? Who can you trust? People call Luke Ross the financial translator for hard times and here is why. After many years of studying and following the advice of some unique thinking economists, Luke has translated this complicated information into step-by-step simple layman's terminology. To foresee the opportunities in this debt crisis, you need a different philosophy and mindset from the mainstream economists, politicians, and bankers.

About Luke Ross

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Luke Ross was born and raised on a cattle property in New South Wales, Australia. After years of struggling as a cattleman, Luke came to the conclusion there would be no future in making a decent living from cattle breeding or farming in general. He had no idea after he sold the cattle property and started to look for a financial advisor that he would end up writing a book alerting people to what he believes is the best way to prepare and prosper in this existing financial debt crisis that precedes the great depression. He is totally committed and passionate about getting this information out to as many people as will listen. Once you understand this thinking, you can prepare and succeed not only in the long slow winter deflationary season, but in all seasons of our economy.
Published April 15, 2011 by Publishing Queen. 290 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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