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John Rubino

John Rubino

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

John Rubino edits DollarCollapse.com and has authored or co-authored five books, including The Money Bubble: What To Do Before It Pops, Clean Money: Picking Winners in the Green Tech Boom, The Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit From It, and How to Profit from the Coming Real Estate Bust. After earning a Finance MBA from New York University, he spent the 1980s on Wall Street, as a currency trader, equity analyst and junk bond analyst. During the 1990s he was a featured columnist with TheStreet.com and a frequent contributor to Individual Investor, Online Investor, and Consumers Digest, among many other publications. He now writes for CFA Magazine.

  • Classic Videos: Ron Paul During the Last Election

    Published 08 March 2010 | viewed 1,102 times

    The best way to understand how far the U.S. has drifted from its original design is to listen to Ron Paul. He sounds like Thomas…

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    Published 27 February 2010 | viewed 565 times

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  • Mr. Bernanke has Acknowledged the Allure of a Higher Inflation Goal

    Published 23 February 2010 | viewed 1,536 times

    Major policy changes usually start out as trial balloons, ideas placed with sympathetic media outlets that float around and draw reactions from the affected parties.…

  • Classic Videos: Hyperinflation Nation Part 1/3

    Published 22 February 2010 | viewed 1,778 times

    With guys like Ron Paul, Peter Schiff and Marc Faber suddenly getting a lot of airtime, the number of compelling videos available on YouTube is…

  • Redoing the Kitchen While the House Burns Down

    Published 15 February 2010 | viewed 2,717 times

    Wall Street Journal columnist Thomas Frank is by far the most interesting part of that paper's dull gray Op Ed page. Back in January he…

  • Another Day, Another Bail-Out

    Published 09 February 2010 | viewed 2,454 times

    With a bail-out of Greece apparently immanent and everyone drawing parallels between the PIGS countries and the Wall Street firms that nearly cratered the global…

  • Lies We're Being Told: Interest is Consumption, Saving is "a Negative Act"

    Published 02 February 2010 | viewed 3,027 times

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  • What Does Japan's Implosion Mean For the Rest of Us?

    Published 26 January 2010 | viewed 3,835 times

    Standard & Poor's is threatening to cut Japan's credit rating, which doesn't sound like that big a deal in a world where no one's credit…

  • Sharks in Offshore Waters, Part Three

    Published 25 January 2010 | viewed 2,621 times

    Two things are certain about moving money overseas: First, it's necessary if you want to shield at least some of your savings from the capital…

  • If Only

    Published 20 January 2010 | viewed 3,314 times

    A Wall Street Journal columnist named Thomas Frank just made a great suggestion: One Cross of Gold, Coming Up How the government could get even…

  • Sharks in Offshore Waters, Part Two

    Published 20 January 2010 | viewed 2,370 times

    Offshore investing is one of those things that's easy to do but hard to do well. Whip out a reasonably hefty checkbook and you'll find…

  • Sharks in Offshore Waters, Part One

    Published 15 January 2010 | viewed 1,937 times

    Last month I wrote an article for CFA Magazine on the pitfalls of offshore investing. It's a long piece, so it will appear here in…

  • Hyperinflation History: La Terreur

    Published 12 January 2010 | viewed 3,309 times

    A while back a reviewer dismissed the idea of a dollar collapse by asking "Collapse against what?" His argument was that the other major currencies…

  • Irony: Andrew Jackson On a Federal Reserve Note

    Published 10 January 2010 | viewed 2,016 times

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  • Health Care: Here Come the Unintended Consequences

    Published 06 January 2010 | viewed 2,300 times

    As a general rule, DollarCollapse.com doesn't get involved in public policy debates. Not because they aren't important, but because the damage has already been done.…

  • The Difference a Printing Press Makes

    Published 03 January 2010 | viewed 2,456 times

    Contrast how the best-run U.S. states are responding to the recession -- cutting services, laying off workers, raising taxes, and generally making hard choices --…

  • The Last Time That Happened Was During the Great Depression

    Published 27 December 2009 | viewed 6,618 times

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  • To Borrow or Not to Borrow

    Published 20 December 2009 | viewed 2,383 times

    I just got off the phone with a friend who's buying some commercial real estate but isn't sure how to pay for it. Should he…

  • Can You Afford Fries With That?

    Published 09 December 2009 | viewed 3,330 times

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