The Dog Bone Portfolio: A Personal Odyssey Into the First Kondratieff Winter of the Twenty-First Century (Digital Version in PDF Format)
by Margret Kopala (Author), John Budden (Author)
To the Memory of The Right Honourable Lord William Rees-Mogg
(1928 - 2012)
- Compelled to find out why she lost money in the 2008 stock market crash, Kopala analyzes how Kondratieff's long-wave theory applies in the current Financial Winter.
- John Budden interviews renowned financial experts: Lord William Rees-Mogg, Dean LeBaron, Jim Rogers, Eric Sprott, J. Anthony Boeckh, Donald Lindsey, Larry Jeddeloh, Ian Gordon, and Ronald-Peter Stoeferle.
- The term ‘Dog Bone Portfolio’ was coined by Dean LeBaron. He suggests that we should learn from clever neighbourhood dogs who never bury all their precious bones in one dog bone hole. Dean believes that investors should bury their 'investment bones' in safe places around the world, with considerable due diligence devoted to the countries, designated custodial institutions and the form in which the assets are held.
- "The trend is your friend, until the bend at the end" - reference the 1929 Crash, the 1974 Bear Market, the 2000 Tech Wreck and the 2008 Credit Crisis.
- We are setting-up for the 'Great Debt and Currency Reset' which will follow a period of competitive devaluations.
- Central banks will move to digital currencies and the Gold Renminbi will challenge the American Dollar.
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