January 21, 2008
In six weeks, my book Confessions of a Wall Street Insider, A Zen approach to making a fortune from the coming global crisis will be available at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. However, if you wish to purchase it before it is available on those two sites, you may do so right now at http://www.lulu.com/content/1844087. In fact, you can even preview the first 10 pages for free at that website.
In the meantime, here’s a brief description of the book’s contents below:
Disenchanted with the sales oriented environment of Wall Street firms, J.S. Kim left the corporate world to launch his own companies, maalamalama, an investment research & education firm, and Blue Ocean Investingâ„¢, an investment consulting firm. Before leaving the corporate world, J.S.’s diverse work experiences included managing money for some of the richest people in the world at Fortune 500 companies and developing healthcare programs for some of the poorest Americans at a community healthcare corporation.
Since leaving the corporate world and no longer clouded with the deception of Wall Street firms, J.S. Kim’s proprietary investment strategies have led to amazingly accurate calls including calling for gold to hit $850 by the end of 2008 in September of 2007 (gold reached $850 an ounce on January 3rd, 2008, only three days off of J.S.’s prediction!). In October, J.S. predicted that a recession would hit the United States. Furthermore, in November of 2007, at a Crisis Investment workshop at the Pan Pacific in Asia, J.S. called for triple-digit down days in the U.S. Dow Jones Industrial Average, in his exact words, to become “commonplace.” As 8 days of triple-digit losses greeted the Dow to end 2007 and start 2008, wreaking havoc on markets worldwide, J.S.’s third prediction came true.
Again, J.S. warned of this crisis at another workshop in Los Angeles in December, telling the audience to load up on precious metal stocks to prepare for the crisis. Inside Confessions of a Wall Street Insider, learn about J.S.’s predictions for an imminent dollar crisis that will threaten the performance of every stock market in the world in 2008 and 2009, with the most serious threat posed to U.S. stock markets. Whether this threat materializes into a full-blown crisis reminiscent of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis and the 1929 U.S. Great Depression strongly depends on the actions of the world’s top Central Banks, but currently, this threat is real, credible, and imminent.