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In The Age of Deleveraging: Investment strategies for a decade of slow growth and deflation, Gary Shilling explains in clear terms why the U.S. and world economy will struggle for several more years and what you can do to protect and grow your wealth in these difficult times.  Investment strategies that worked in the 1980s-1990s-2000s boom years will not work in this decade.  In this 2010 book and in its 2011 paperback version (published by John Wiley & Sons), Gary Shilling offers expert advice on what it will take for investors to navigate today’s treacherous terrain.  Filled with in-depth insights and detailed advice, this timely guide lays out the case for why investors need to be prepared for a long period of weak growth and deflation—not inflation—and what you can do to prosper during this time.

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In Deflation: How to survive and thrive in the coming wave of deflation (published by McGraw-Hill in 1999), Gary Shilling lays out the case for a deflationary era, with chronic and widespread declines in prices that will affect people’s investments, their businesses and their personal affairs.  He shows investors how to craft a portfolio that will shield their capital from loss as it continues to increase their wealth in deflationary times.

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Published in 2003, Letting Off Steam is a collection of Gary Shilling’s Commentaries—138 in all—dating back to the late 1980s.  What began back then as commentaries on public radio’s “Marketplace” show soon evolved into a regular back-page feature of Gary’s monthly Insight newsletter.  Some of these Commentaries are serious, some are whimsical, some will provoke thought.  Some will make you laugh, some will make you nod your head in agreement, and some may even make you shake your head in disbelief.

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In 2013’s Letting Off More Steam, we collected 10 years of Gary Shilling‘s Commentaries on matters great and small, complex and mundane, serious and frivolous.  These Commentaries first appeared on the back pages of Gary’s monthly Insight newsletter and include his views on education, morality, beekeeping, religion, home-improvement projects and dozens of other topics.

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In his 1998 book, Deflation: Why it’s coming, whether it’s good or bad, and how it will affect your investments, business and personal affairs, Gary Shilling looks at how deflation will affect you and offers strategies that will work in the deflationary years ahead.

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