Same reason I listen to most books. I can get educated driving to work or doing yard work.
In an age of uncertainty, especially for investors, Mr. Rickards gives it to you straight, you can't miss a word he says. No fluff, just amazingly good information. If you want an education in currency this is it.
He explains currency events regarding the depression.
Too many to name. The fact that he goes into the history of world wide currency's really pulls it all together for the reader/listener. It was like a road map of the past, present & future economic events layed out in front of me.
This book is on my top 3 favorite, I'm over 50 & read/listen to several a week. That say a lot.
A great high energy reader, but really she's just stating the obvious, giving examples and restating.
Lots of reinforcement to buy into the shallow superficial behavior of society.
I've been meditating for over twenty years and this is one of the best i've heard. One of the things I loved about this narration is it doesn't break into the loud nerve jangling music. Another thing that sets this apart from the rest is he teaches you to rewire your responses in simple to follow, very effective terms. Highly educational information on the brain & how to change it.
The author is so breathless & talks so fast I can't understand it. I can see where an accent might add interest, but not to to point it's inaudible.
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