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Deep inside the Mogambo bunker of doom, an angry man in Florida, the Mogambo Guru, wages a one-man war against a loathsome executive administration, a corrupt congress and a despicable Federal Reserve by feverishly writing scathing essays about the morons and idiots ruining America’s economy.

For years the Mogambo Guru has been sounding the alarm to anyone who would listen to his Stupid Mogambo Crap (SMC) that they should be buying physical gold, silver and oil stocks to protect themselves from the insane monetary policies of the Federal Reserve and the insane fiscal policies of Congress.

Those who followed the Awesome Mogambo Investment Advice (AMIA) have done very well maintaining the purchasing power of their fiat currency. Since he began spreading the gospel of the Mogambo, gold has risen from an average price of $271 in 2001 to $1,669 per ounce in 2012, a stunning 515% increase. For those who ignored his sage advice, Mogambo only has tears of pity and a message that it will only get worse.

An Angry Man In Florida brings together in one volume the best articles from Richard Daughty heaping disrespect on those who desperately deserve it in his signature self deprecating, humorous style, including sections containing his trademark acronyms, many facts about the Mogambo Guru and more.


About the Author

Richard Daughty

Richard Daughty (Mogambo Guru) is general partner and COO for Smith Consultant Group, serving the financial and medical communities, and the writer/publisher of the Mogambo Guru Economic Newsletter, an avocational exercise to better heap disrespect on those who desperately deserve it. The Mogambo Guru is quoted frequently in Barron's, The Daily Reckoning , other fine publications and is a regular guest on The Wall Street Shuffle radio show. For articles featuring the Mogambo Guru, visit

Publish Date  September 02, 2013

Dimensions  Trade  370 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Business

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