Breakthrough New Book Reveals
“THE AUSTRIAN INDICATOR”
that predicted the recessions and market tops in 2000 and 2008…What is it predicting now?
Austrian economist and investment analyst Mark Skousen argues that the behavior of the stock market is more like a waltz, not a random walk. Based on his 40 years experience on Wall Street, writing an award-winning newsletter (Forecasts & Strategies), and teaching economics and finance at Columbia Business School, his new work applies the basic concepts of the Austrian school of Mises, Hayek, and Schumpeter to the exhilarating, volatile world of high finance.
O Why the “Austrian Indicator” does a better job of anticipating recessions and market tops.
O Why gold and silver have become superior inflation hedges since Nixon closed the gold window in 1971.
O How to distinguish between genuine prosperity and artificial prosperity.
O Are we headed for another stock market crash? Will the dollar collapse?
O Where is the next asset bubble?
O What are the dangers of the “gold bug syndrome”?
This book will help you become a better investor. It contains chapters on Menger, Böhm-Bawerk, Mises, Hayek, Schumpeter, Kirzner, and Rothbard. Plus chapters on Keynes, Fisher, Milton Friedman, and many colorful figures in the financial world.
How to Order
“A Viennese Waltz Down Wall Street” is a 260-page quality paperback published by Laissez Faire Books, and retails for $24.95. You pay only $20 plus $4 S&H. BONUS: Each order will include the latest issue of Mark Skousen’s Forecasts & Strategies to show how he is applying Austrian economics to the markets today.
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“Mark Skousen is America’s leading economic author because he roots his luminous books in the real world, in the grand tradition of the great Austrian economists. He is the Hayek of our era.” — George Gilder
“Skousen is one of the best financial economists I know.” — Larry Kudlow, host, CNBC Kudlow Report
“Skousen is the only economist I know who I can understand. He writes for the common man!” — Dr. Laurence Hayek, U. K.