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Summary

Surviving an economic collapse requires that you be prepared. This small guide will enable you to formulate a plan, allowing you to be proactive instead of reactive to a catastrophic financial crisis. In four chapters, you will gain invaluable knowledge and insight into what it takes to ensure you and your family have the tools necessary to survive the devastating impact of the loss of paper assets. Discover the skills you need to withstand the perils of a vulnerable financial system.

©2014 Jim Jackson (P)2015 Jim Jackson

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As the title suggest this book informs you what will likely happen in the event of a collapse in the monetary system. What may cause this and steps you can take to prepare to survive it. It should be a must read for everyone although I doubt few will buy n listen to it. Very few realise how close we really are to this being a global reality as no monetary system in the world is backed by anything right now but a promise from the government. The government will always pay the money but if people loose confidence in the pieces of paper that they are, all hell will break loose.

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  • Mommywithsix
  • 17-08-15

Nothing new. Very basic. Only about 1/2 hr read

Would you try another book from Jim Jackson and/or Shane Morris?

I would not seek out anothe book by Jim Jackson. I will see if I can get my money back on this one. If you like short books, this one is for you!

Has The Death of Money turned you off from other books in this genre?

Not really.

What aspect of Shane Morris’s performance would you have changed?

Shane's performance was fine. Content not there.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Big disappointment

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  • Judy
  • 01-08-15

Good information just expected more

I loved the information but felt it was much to short and it could have been more indebt. The basic information was there but I had already gotten that information from the Internet.

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