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Pre-Election Jitters? No Thanks

I’ve got good news! The U.S. election is finally reaching a conclusion next week. While many foreigners are particularly interested in the outcome, mostly because Trump wants stronger U.S. borders

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Unacceptable Cures for the Days Ahead

We’ve held four Irrational Economic Summits so far. Feedback after each has always been very positive. This year, we outdid ourselves! George Gilder, co-founder of the Discovery Institute, literally walked

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Will We See a U.S. Split?

People don’t think I’m being serious when I say that this country could experience a split that makes Brexit look like a tempest in a teacup. I’m talking about our

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This Crash and Recession Indicator Warns: Extreme Danger

When it comes to spotting danger periods for recessions, and especially major crashes, the Boom/Bust Cycle lets us see when stock crashes and recessions are most likely to occur. As

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If Trump Loses, Expect Civil War

Bernie Sanders may have conceded the democratic nomination to Hillary Clinton last month, but that doesn’t mean he’s going anywhere. Which I’ve been saying for months now. Win or lose,

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HARRY DENT: Our Money Velocity Sucks

Dr. Lacy Hunt has been featured more than any outside speaker at our IES conferences. Why? Because he’s the only classical economist I fully admire and he is a successful

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Brexit: The Good News, and the Not So Good News

Well, they did it. Brits have voted to leave the European Union. Now what? I wrote last month that Brexit could take a wrecking ball to your portfolio. And judging

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BREXIT: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

British Prime Minister David Cameron must be frustrated with Brexit. He has long pushed for Britain to remain in the European Union (EU), but the vote is turning against him.

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7 Startling Reasons Why ‘The Donald’ May Become President Trump

By Harry S. Dent Jr., Senior Editor, Economy & Markets November looks to provide U.S. voters with the two most polarizing and hated candidates for presidency we’ve ever seen. Donald

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Like It or Not, It’s the Democrats’ Era, and Your Taxes Are Going Up

If Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clinch their party’s nominations, Americans will have to pick between the two most hated candidates for the presidency in history. Hillary has an unfavorable