Its Not as Bad as You Think: Why Capitalism Trumps Fear and the Economy Will Thrive

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A breath of fresh air, Wesbury's objectivity and optimismprovide welcome relief to the daily bad news stories, as he sets usall up to capitalize on tomorrow's great possibilities. Reality is that entrepreneurs It's Not as Bad as You Think: An upbeat antidote to the gloom and doom forecasts of thefinancial future Just about everyone is worried about the economy and markets.

An optimistic look at the economy and the markets written byone of today's foremost financial forecasters Presents a roadmap to seek opportunities in all the panic Shows you how to analyze economic indicators and governmentpolicy to grow your wealth so you don't lose by hiding under thebed A breath of fresh air, Wesbury's objectivity and optimismprovide welcome relief to the daily bad news stories, as he sets usall up to capitalize on tomorrow's great possibilities.


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Stupid Bankers or Not? Wesbury was ranked as the nation's number one forecaster by the Wall Street Journal in , and USA Today ranked him as one of the nation's top ten forecasters in His most recent writings can be found at www. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. It's Not as Bad as You Think: Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description An upbeat antidote to the gloom and doom forecasts of the financial future Just about everyone is worried about the economy and markets.

An optimistic look at the economy and the markets written by one of today's foremost financial forecasters Presents a roadmap to seek opportunities in all the panic Shows you how to analyze economic indicators and government policy to grow your wealth so you don't lose by hiding under the bed A breath of fresh air, Wesbury's objectivity and optimism provide welcome relief to the daily bad news stories, as he sets us all up to capitalize on tomorrow's great possibilities.

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The economy, he boldly predicts, will grow. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for those buying a house. FTR, the first was the "We're all Keynesians now" quote, the second "When the tide goes out, you see who's swimming naked. As if from to perhaps even the media had done anything but laud every element of the bubble from mortgage originators like CountrySlime to Alan Greenspan to all the Investment Banks that went kaboom?


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And quote whoever the pet economist du jour of the National Association of Realtors not only uncritically, but glowingly? And please note that I am not taking a swing at his "supply-side" ideology here, simply because he either never described how it is supposed to work, or I shut this insane gibberish off before he got there.

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Rather, I could simply only take so much BS. And although not precisely supply-side, there IS a superb free-market critique of the housing bubble already out there I offer as an alternative: Even where and when I disagreed with Sowell's analysis, at least he sticks to the facts, writes without bombastic hyperbole, and leaves Tinkerbell in the fairy tale aisle.

Check that one out, and do yourself a huge favor and pass this one by. This book is like candy: You have to look elsewhere for a meal. Look at that title. Obviously propoganda from a prominent supply-sider adding to the mountain of analyses that have been written on the housing crisis.

The arguments are ok, just a lot of froof.

He offers a pretty standard explanation for the housing crisis: He harps on the idea that mark-to-market accounting was a major factor in producing the full panic. For me, the jury never came back. Feb 20, Rob rated it liked it. This book was good, but it does assume a certain level of economic knowledge coming in. He does a very good job counteracting the various fear-mongers on both sides using actual data instead of arbitrary projections.

As expected, he has harsh words for the politicians who try to stir up fear to grow the government think of Bush scaring everyone into the first "stimulus" vote in , or Obama behaving similarly in But he has equally harsh words for the conservative crowd's intense overre This book was good, but it does assume a certain level of economic knowledge coming in. But he has equally harsh words for the conservative crowd's intense overreaction to what's gone on in the last several years.

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And the best part is that he backs it all up with good, historical data. Not guesswork or irresponsible extrapolations into the future. All said, though, this book would probably be a tough slog for someone who doesn't have some grasp of economics already hence 3 Stars. Jan 15, David rated it liked it. I gave it three stars because it gets a little technical in the middle, but really this is good book.

Explains how government policies, not capitalism, causes the problems with the economy.