By Peter Diekmeyer
August 28, 2019
James Rickards, who has been warning about fault lines in America’s financial system for more than a decade, is one of the country’s most forward economic thinkers.
The prolific writer mixes with big bank board members, CIA spooks, and grubby miners in the Val D’Or Quebec pits.
After four major works—including Currency Wars, The Death of Money, The Road to Ruin, and The New Case for Gold—you’d think he’d run the gamut.
In his latest book, Aftermath, Rickards updates readers on his thinking and doubles down on his forecast that gold prices, up 25% since we published his initial prognosis in 2016, will hit USD $10,000 per ounce.
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