Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The New Case for Gold, written and read by James Rickards.
In The New Case for Gold, James Rickards explains why gold is one of the safest assets for investors in times of political instability and market volatility and how every investor should look to add gold to his or her portfolio. Drawing on historical case studies, monetary theory and his personal experience as an investor, Rickards argues that gold should be a part of any prudent investor's portfolio.
©2016 James Rickards (P)2016 Penguin Books Limited
Highly recommend listening. Very interesting, well researched and covers the topic from a macro to micro level in plane English without going off on a tangents. James describes the monitory system in a very clear and easy to understand way by sticking closely to his point at all times. Will definitely re-listen. Should form part of education system as mandatory reading..
Well written and presented. Information immediately actionable. Couldn't recommend the book more highly. Great read.
Great audiobook Every Gold investor / owner should buy this book. I highly recommend it
"very good. easy listen."
really good insights!
Jim you are the man on gold!
you should read all your books!
cant wait for the next!
Great content that provides a well rounded perspective oon Gold. I would love for Jim to run a similar account on Silver. Great informstion for the new or less knowledgeable in vestor.
"Ooh! So Darn Enlightening."
I had no idea things were this dire.
I feel better informed and see the value in buying physical gold.
This is now a solid part of my investment strategy.
There is so much insight in this book. Fascinating!
Made me think about why gold will always be number one in the world... good work
"Not much more than "buy gold"."
Some interesting facts but I would have liked more info on how to buy. Not really worth the time it took to listen.
"Compelling, fact based and unapologetically honest"
Jim's understanding of monetary policy, fiat currencies history and insider information of government behaviour makes his new case for gold hard to argue against. He cleverly combines simple facts, statistical evidence and complexity theory to paint a clear picture for a new case of the oldest, truest form of money. I cannot wait to get stuck into his two other books.
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