In the final installment of RT’s coverage of the 2012 Agora Financial Investment Symposium, Capital Account’s Lauren Lyster talks to Doug Casey, bestselling author, founder and publisher of Casey Research and perennial conference favorite about this current economic “recovery” being the second-weakest rebound post World War II.
Lauren also asks Doug how this so-called recovery compares to others, and when things really start going downhill economically for the US? Check it out, here:
Doug Casey,for The Daily Reckoning
Doug Casey of Casey Research is the author of the best sellers Strategic Investing, Crisis Investing, Crisis Investing for the Rest of the 90's, and most recently, Totally Incorrect. He has lived in seven countries and visited over 100 more. He has appeared on scores of major radio and TV shows and remains an active speculator in the stock, bond, commodity, and real estate markets around the world. In his spare time, Doug engages in competitive shooting and plays polo.
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