From grants to going green, author shows how to capitalize on this economy
San Diego — Warren Buffett claims that the economy has fallen off a cliff, but some pundits believe there are ways to capitalize on the market, namely by, “taking advantage of the government that is trying to take advantage of you.” San Diego author Joseph SB Morse shows how in his new book, “Surviving the Second Great Depression,” out this week from Amelior Publishing.
“We’ve had depressions before,” Morse said, “but we’ve always come out of them and the people who knew how to take advantage of the economy at its worst were those who actually benefited from tough times.” In “Surviving,” Morse describes techniques that help people make or save money during these trying times, such as obtaining grants, going green, starting an offshore business, and even bartering.
Morse ensures readers that everything he recommends is legal and safe as well as lucrative. “Government has created numerous loopholes to benefit special interests—I’m just showing how everyday people can take advantage of those loopholes.” Morse said.
“Surviving the Second Great Depression” is available in bookstores and on the web at BarnesAndNoble.com and Amazon.com.
Code Publishing is a small provider of self-help and philosophy books based in San Diego, CA. Previously released books by Code include “The Evolution Diet” and “How to Take Advantage of the People Who Are Trying to Take Advantage of You.”