HUMANITY IS IN TROUBLE.
When the 10 largest corporations on Earth have more combined economic power than 92% of all countries on Earth combined, the 50 largest financial corporations control wealth equal to 90% of Earth's GDP, the richest 1% of humans have more wealth than 99% of the world combined, and the eight richest humans have more wealth than the bottom 50% of Earth's entire population combined . . . it's safe to say humanity is in trouble
This is the only book you ever need to read to understand exactly what is wrong with our global economy today and how to fix it. Learn exactly what you can do to help fix Broken Capitalism before it's too late. REAL-WORLD-EXPERT INSIGHT.
Written by International Political Economy expert, financial services professional, and former U.S. Government Intelligence operative, Ferris Eanfar. Broken Capitalism: This Is How We Fix It
provides unique and refreshing insight into the murky waters of Earth's economic and political systems, banking systems, globalism, artificial intelligence, corporate governance, and the geopolitical affairs that have shaped and distorted our global economy. SUCCINCT & EASY TO READ.
Written in a unique style for easy reading and comprehension, this book is used by organizations as a no-nonsense primer on how the global economy really works
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For a complete table of contents and to learn more about the author, please visit: https://eanfar.org/broken-capitalism-b... EDITORIAL REVIEWS: "Broken Capitalism: This Is How We Fix It
by Ferris Eanfar . . . [is] backed up by authentic sources. . . . [He] presents solutions that are practical. . . . Mr. Eanfar has done a commendable job explaining the problem in layman's terms. His knowledge of the financial sector is clearly immense. . . ." -- Manhattan Book Review
"Is this necessarily the end result of our capitalistic society? Have the golden days of America run their course? Is our country entering its final decline? Not necessarily. These words of hope come from Ferris Eanfar, a man whose life has given him more than enough experience to know what he's talking about. . . . [He] shows exactly how our economic system came to be so broken, but he also explains how to fix it. . . . There are ways to fix capitalism, and it is imperative that we take action. I found this book compelling. . . ." -- San Francisco Book Review
"As co-founder of a major investment bank that has managed hundreds of billions of dollars of IPOs and investment banking transactions for over 1,000 companies (including Google, Intel, Accenture, Dupont, Cray Supercomputer, American Superconductor. . .), I have met many of the brightest minds on Earth. So I don't say this lightly: Ferris is one of the smartest and most thoughtful people I've ever met. He sent me an early copy of Broken Capitalism: This Is How We Fix It to get my feedback before he published it. Without a doubt, it captures the essence of the current debased state of Capitalism and the real-world global economy more succinctly and vividly than any of the 100s of outstanding books on economics, politics, and law that I've read in my lifetime. Economic policymakers and business leaders around the world would be wise to read this book and follow the compelling blueprint that Ferris so clearly and creatively presents." -- David Townes, Co-Founder of Needham & Company Investment Bank
"Ferris' book, Broken Capitalism: This Is How We Fix It, reveals the antidote to the corruption and dirty politics that often sabotages meaningful economic reforms. I use this book as a real-world primer to make sure my employees know how the global economy really works. For people and organizations whose intentions are sincere, this book provides a clear and practical path forward." -- Jeff Knowles, Founder of Authorize.net (the world's largest payment gateway)
"Broken Capitalism is brilliant. Read it and you will understand why this is a truly special book. It's a modern masterpiece of economic thought and policymaking inspiration, while also being entertaining and engaging--a rare combination for a book about geopolitics and the global economy." -- Jen Bawden, CEO, Bawden Capital, award-winning fashion designer, best-selling author, and world-champion skier