SuperCycles

SuperCycles

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Motianey, Arun The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2010 Audio summary available
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Arun Motianey believes that the last 125 years constitute the “age of the SuperCycle,” a period of rolling booms and busts in the global production pipeline. Hopes of price stability spur price movements that begin in the commodity sector, travel through the manufacturing sector, and end up on household balance sheets in consumption economies. In SuperCycles, Motianey delves into the past to examine the workings of the global economy and build a case for his theory. He provides a comprehensive overview of the theory, three possible scenarios for the future (deflation, inflation, and stagflation), and some salient investment tips for a world in which the SuperCycle reigns supreme. He encourages analysis of historical trends and information, detailed investment planning, and smart policy work. However, he warns that the future will not be an easy one and that it is best to start preparing now.