How The Economy Really Works
Understand how the government manages the economy through credit creation & asset price manipulation in the 21st Century
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How The Economy Really Works
Lynn Thomas –
In his second udemy course Mr Duncan clearly works out how the current economic system, creditism, works and how it contrasts with capitalism. His books and courses (and the additional writings and interviews available on line) add up to a substantial body of insights and well ordered empirical understandings. How he maintains his central focus and maintains clarity of exposition are models.
Gene Garfield –
A well organized and timely presentation explaining how the US economy has reached its present state and what the prospects are for the future. Highly recommended for non-economists as Mr. Duncan’s explanations are easy to understand and to follow.
Dizzle Abetini –
Richard demystifies past and contemporary economics every step of the way. My understanding of global economics and how the affects everything we do put hit a all-time high.
Jason Ch’ng –
I was previously confused with the content of GDP, Current Account Deficits, Credit growth and more. Richard has done a great job enlighten myself. It is very clear that FIAT drive us to destruction globally and this 40 years joke will collapse soon.
Jason Nguy –
I took several courses on economics, but none of the other instructors had insight comparable to Richard Duncan. Richard’s course is unique because his information is up to date, obtained through a lot of research, and useful. Many of my other instructors did not spend time updating their teachings. Instead, I have found that most simply taught old concepts that no longer apply in today’s world. This was a great course and I highly recommend it.
Richard Elmgren –
This course is helping me to make sense of the world I was born into in the 1950’s and grew up in, and how the decisions of last century are impacting our world today. Over time, I want to be able to make sense of government policies so my family and I can project where the future will be heading and plan accordingly. Richard Duncan makes a complex topic understandable to someone who is not steeped in economic thinking. I find his logic easy to follow and the charts speak volumes.
M Koch –
Very seldom I found so clear an explanation of current economic developments. The clearness of exposition is only possible because the author understands what he explains.
Recomend the course for everyone who wants to understand investments trends
Richard Duncan communicates fundamental ideas that other economic and financial experts seem to overlook. A lot of detail, research, and thought went into this presentation. It helped me try to understand the foundation of the current state of our economy and how we got here. It has helped me understand where the economy may be headed, how the government will respond, and how best to capitalize on the opportunities that may develop.
Linda Pfeifer –
This course explains in plain English why the U.S. economy is on government life-support today. The course also explains how Capitalism has given way to “Creditism” – and what this means for the U.S. and the global economy.
Thomas McHugh –
I learned a great deal from this course, as I did from the first one. I would have liked to see some mention made of the effect of increasing income and wealth inequality on the maintenance of healthy economic growth, but this may have been beyond the intended scope of the course. I will recommended this course to everyone I know with an interest in economics and the future of the American and world economies.
Marton Katona –
An excellent overview of a very complex topic. Economic analysis can be simple if one uses the right model. Richard Duncan has provided such a framework.
Justin Herbe –
Richard did a wonderful job teaching about Credit and the Economy. I will be able to take this back and predict what the future of our country entails. Hopefully other people sitting in high places are watching this.