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In a suspenseful panorama of personal experiences, good as well as bad, the author peppers his analytically and critical observations of America with humor and often biting comments honed by his international background free of peer pressure and political correctness.
Some of his subjects are: underground economy, banking problems, US immigration, bank failures, tax evasion, insider trading, front running, market manipulation, the GDP, unemployment, US budget, naturalization, health insurance, the EU, investment, border control, foreign aid, terrorism, US Constitution, tax havens, Swiss bank secrecy law, Trade Deficit, Middle East oil, and trade with China.
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By Bill Lane
Oct 15, 2013
Eric F. Sidler’s first work, “Mein Geliebtes Deutchland” was written in 1996 as a “guest worker” expressing his deep respect for Germany. After its great success there, he was invited as a guest on several talk shows and achieved national fame among the business community. Since his permanent relocation to the US, he has developed an even stronger bond with its people. His broad business experience and widely diverse client base has provided him access to information, opinions, and personalities seldom enjoyed by any one individual. He is an accomplished observer of human behavior and doesn’t hold back his opinions, expressing them with a “Will Rogers” style and wit. His analyses on matters, whether political or private, are thought provoking and sometimes controversial, but in a style that makes it a worthwhile evening read.
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