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Praise

"If you read only one book on finance this year, make it Code Red: How to Protect Your Savings from the Coming Crisis, by John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper, authors of the bestseller Endgame, which delved into the 2008 collapse." Richard Lehmann, Contributor, Forbes.com (Armageddon Playbook)


"Code Red brilliantly exposes the myth that the unconventional policies that global central banks have pursued since the financial crisis ended will ultimately be successful in generating the holy grail of escape velocity they so desperately seek. With history on their side, Mauldin and Tepper provide layers of evidence proving that the Code Red monetary policies will more than likely end up creating a cycle of inflation that few are braced for. The economic and financial sands are shifting under our feet as a result of the unprecedented global monetary experiment aimed at bailing out debtors at the expense of savers. The good news is that Mauldin and Tepper don't merely identify the symptom; they also have come up with solutions for retail investors, portfolio managers and professional traders as to how to prepare for this transition, from the prior years of deflation to the current reflation to what comes next which is inflation." David Rosenberg, Economist and Strategist, Gluskin Sheff + Associates


"Central bank policies impact many aspects of our economic life. Mauldin and Tepper pull back the curtain and explain in clear and simple language what central bankers are actually doing and why." Mohamed A. El-Erian, CEO, PIMCO


"A thought provoking and enjoyable read. Cheap money may not be the root of all evil, but it certainly has responsibility for a considerable part of our current ills. The book offers a timely warning on the "no way back" dimension of much of the activity central bankers are promoting. We passed the last exit to Brooklyn long ago, especially in Japan, where as the authors make clear a most dangerous experiment is being conducted with likely consequences that most policymakers are not able even to comprehend, let alone foresee. In a world where getting through to tomorrow is the watchword the book may not help the reader sleep better at night, but it will prepare him or her better for the world that is to come the day after tomorrow." Edward Hugh, independent economist and blogger of A Fistful of Euros


"After reading the highly entertaining and informative Code Red, I can assure you that neither Jonathan Tepper nor John Mauldin will ever be appointed to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. This is why this book is so valuable and why you should read it." Marc Faber, Marc Faber Limited


"Jonathan Tepper and John Mauldin analyze the current ‘monetary arms race’ and its likely disastrous conclusion." Christopher Wood, CLSA


"I disagree with John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper about the dangers of quantitative easing. But they make the liveliest, most compelling case for their view that you'll encounter." Noam Scheiber, senior editor at The New Republic magazine and author of The Escape Artists