Big Debt Crisis | Ray Dalio | Book Review

I was looking after my 3 kids over the weekend while my wife was away with some friends.

While scrolling for something to read I stumbled across Ray Dalio’s new book (which you can find for free online) ‘Big Debt Crisis’.

It’s one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read.

Ray talks about 48 of the largest financial disasters in recorded history including the GFC and the Great Depression.

He also explains a number of key indicators and levers that governments around the world use to stimulate or slow down their economies.

It’s a must read for any serious property investor.

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