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Shell Shocked: How Canadians Can Invest After the Collapse

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Shell Shocked: How Canadians Can Invest After the Collapse

John Stephenson

ISBN: 978-0-470-16113-5 December 2009 320 Pages

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As the world picks itself off the mat and begins to grow again, a bull market in all things Canadian is about to wash up on our shores. A wave of unprecedented prosperity is about to occur, one that will transform the fortunes of Canadian investors who understand how the world has dramatically shifted and why Canada will be the biggest beneficiary. High technology companies, banking, residential real estate and, of course, our much-maligned resource sector will all be front and centre in this rising wave of prosperity, driven not by America but by Asia.

Shell Shocked turns the conventional investment wisdom on its head by providing compelling evidence that buying all things Canadian is a savvy bet, not a foolhardy gamble. Best yet, the global economic collapse has offered Canadian investors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to prosper, while investing right here at home. Rich in detailed, fact-based analysis, Shell Shocked explains what to buy and when to buy it. The world has changed, and so has investing. Shell Shocked is your blueprint for investing success.

Written by Bay Street veteran John Stephenson, Shell Shocked pinpoints the links that have brought the world to the brink of economic collapse, and describes how Canadians stand to prosper after the crisis.

Preface.

Chapter 1: Canada Rising.

Chapter 2: America Falling.

Chapter 3: Asian Express.

Chapter 4: Financial Follies.

Chapter 5: Bling: Investing in Gold.

Chapter 6: Hot Housing: Investing in Real Estate.

Chapter 7: A Bridge Too Far: Infrastructure Investing.

Chapter 8: Not a Drop to Drink: Investing in Water.

Chapter 9: Get Real:The Case for Commodities.

Chapter 10: Shifting Sands: Investing in Oil.

Chapter 11: Digging for Dough: Investing in Metals and Mines.

Chapter 12: Food Fight: Food Inflation and How to Profit From It.

Chapter 13: Canada Innovates.

Chapter 14: Vertigo.

Notes.

Index.