Currency Wars – The Making of the next Global Crisis

Watch this seven minute video from Casey Research Recovery Reality Check Summit to see what James Rickards has to say about global currencies. ~editor

James Rickards: Currency Wars – The Making of the next Global Crisis

“Currencies are in effect the ocean” that all the fish, including the great white shark, fear, says investment manager and author of Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis, James Rickards. Sometimes the ocean is calm, but in times like ours it becomes a much more hostile and dangerous environment. Find out how currencies interact globally and why governments manipulate them so much, in this video.

Listen to James’ entire presentation at the latest Casey Research Summit – and those of 30 other well-known economists, authors, and investment pros – on CD or MP3. Learn more.

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