Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know by Steven Spence

Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know 

by Steven Spence

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My Ratings 4.4/5

Synopsis
A straightforward guide to understanding the global monetary system and why the shine is off the U.S. dollar's position as the Gold Standard of world currencies. Steven J. Spence, a military veteran and corporate employee-turned-entrepreneur, lays out a concise history of the U.S. monetary system. He's candid about his own life lessons and then shares how he came to discover the hard realities revealed in this informative read. The author explains in layperson's terms how the institutions behind money work and how it affects you. He also offers timely insight into what's going on right now from crypto currency to inflation and hyper-inflation and steps you should consider to secure your own financial future.

My Thoughts
Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know by Steven Spence is simply the most important book I've ever read. Steven Spence carefully articulates a message that how the institutions behind money work and how it affects you. Steven Spence's work is on a par with the genius of DaVinci and Copernicus, heretics who proved that Earth revolves around the sun. A remarkable book both in content and timing. A 'must-read' that is sure is an amazing guide to understanding the global monetary system and why the shine is off the U.S. dollar's position as the Gold Standard of world currencies going forward. Steven is a gifted writer and teacher and I confidently predict that Money Plain and Simple: What the Institutions and the Elite Don't Want You to Know , brilliantly written and argued, will become the defining book. 

This book confirms that Steven Spence is a successful entrepreneur and a successful investor. More than any other economics book I can think of, this book will give people who know little economics a powerful set of tools and deep understanding. For those of us who have spent many years studying economics, there is also much to learn. But great pedagogy is of little value unless what is being taught is true. We have needed this book for a very long time. Everyone should read it, and then reread it, before it is too late to change course.

Steven Spence writes clearly and directly, and does well to keep the lay reader in mind throughout. This comprehensive, lucid explanation of a much-buzzed about concise history of the U.S. monetary system will resonate with progressives.

Highly Recommended!

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