Davidson and Rees-Moog team up to tell us that when things seem the worse may be the time to take advantage of opportunity. The Chinese symbol for crisis also means opportunity.
This book shows that throughout history, some of the greatest became that way because they had the forethought, and sadly, sometimes the foreknowledge, of events that they took advantage of them and won in a big way.
The title of the book comes from Lord Rothshild's statement about when blood is running in the streets, invest in a future. Of course, what to invest in is really the question. This book will give you a look to see and evaluate the opportunities that are out there.
Although the book was written in 1987, it is a now book, filled with facts of how to take advantage of a market. Hey, did Warren Buffett read this? Or did he understand the concept of "Blood in the Streets."