Empty shelves, petrol station queues and energy shortages: crises more familiar to those who lived through the 1960s and 1970s have now become a reality for many as global shipping times are squeezed, containers lie unopened at docks and supply shortages push up inflation, increasing the cost of consumer goods from milk to cars to building materials.
In Sold Out, James Rickards explains why the shelves are empty, who broke the supply chain and why shortages will persist. He breaks down the history and structure of business around the world to offer readers a behind-the-scenes look at what's really going on, and what they can do to mitigate the worst of what's to come.
Drawing on his financial expertise, he explains that consumers and investors need to be nimble to come through this unprecedented turn of events in good shape. Luckily, Rickards is on hand to provide the tools readers need to look ahead, monitor key trends and insulate against risks.
James Rickards is The New York Times bestselling author of The Death of Money and The Road to Ruin. He is the editor of the newsletter Strategic Intelligence and a member of the advisory board of the Physical Gold Fund. He advises the Department of Defence and the US intelligence community. He served as a facilitator of the first ever financial war games conducted by the Pentagon.
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