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Our debt: American financial risk has never been higher The 65-trillion-dollar wind blowing from our futures How can families really be getting richer by borrowing more? Why the world continues lending (most of its savings) to us Relying on foreigners: our economic future may be out of our hands Our homes: the epicenter of American economic risk Real estate, this decade's economic driver, could drive us into recession The negative amortization mortgage loan is born Tighter lending standards and no help from the fed The great American equity cash-out is coming to an end Financial culture shock: real estate investment can have a negative return Our economy: the longest economic boom ever is probably ending Balance sheet recession: we could be heading in a Japanese direction Smiling on the lawnmower: affluent poverty When the fed cuts rates again, will the dollar finally collapse? The case for owning gold Why the time is right for gold to skyrocket Stocks and bonds offer little compensation for risk today Gold's scarcity: new sources of demand and falling supply How to buy gold When you simply want financial insurance Mining stocks, ETFs and goldmoney Rare coins: a bet on the highest possible gains in gold Why silver might outperform gold Conclusion: don't be a gold bug: sell when it is time to sell.