Self-Publishing Book Spotlight: 21st Century Great Global Depression by Orest Andrew Harrison

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In his latest book, self-publishing Outskirts Press author, Orest Andrew Harrison, provides readers with a common sense narrative on how the American economy got where it is today and how investors now need an iconoclastic and out-of-the box investment strategy to successfully sail against the turbulent headwinds facing the U.S. and the global economy for the foreseeable future.

In a time of great economic upheaval and turbulence, Americans are faced with the prospects of managing the various challenges that befall all of us: an ever-exploding debt ceiling, trade deficits in free fall, a looming bond market correction, further bank insolvencies, currency devaluation, the threat of a doomsday derivatives debacle, affects from a retiring baby boom generation as well as a real estate market which is unable to find a bottom.  The book offers an analysis on what lies ahead, as well as advice on how to traverse the dangerous financial landscape facing Americans for the next few decades.

The American Dream is not yet dead, says Harrison, even if it is currently in ICU.  Nonetheless, Harrison believes the innate spirit, resolve and courage displayed by Americans through previous crises — if coupled with true bipartisan reform as well as a willingness to hunker down as the shocks to the system play out – will triumph in the end.

Meanwhile the insights, tips and tactics offered in 21st Century Great Global Depression serve as both a warning and a wake-up call to today’s politicians and highlight the dire need for a fiscal and political reform broader than anything either the Democrats or Republicans have been able to accomplish thus far.  A patriot at heart, Harrison calls upon Americans from both sides of the ideological divide to unite in their effort to forge common sense solutions for our economy before it is too late.


The author, Orest Andrew Harrison, a graduate of Rutgers University, was a real-estate investor on the forefront of the property investment market. Caught on the front lines of a historic real estate depression and witnessing the outright collapse of entire asset classes, his forward thinking decision to divest all of his property holdings prior to today’s real estate quagmire proved accurate. It also formulated his belief in the need for a non-traditional, diversified investment strategy in our volatile and uncertain world.

He is also the creator of, which provides a monthly financial newsletter, “The Common Sense Market “, that helps subscribers prepare for economic contingencies, make informed decisions regarding their finances, preserve capital and raise their quality of life.

He has also co-written five full-length musicals including “The People’s Princess” a bio-musical about the life and story of Princess Diana. Today, he runs a private, not-for- profit foundation, The Paradise Fund-Children’s Relief Foundation, to which he donates all profits from CD sales from the Diana musical.

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