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All Deflation is Not Equal

Rodney Johnson | Tuesday, April 30, 2013 >> Anyone who’s been to Puerto Rico knows that life on the island moves at a different pace. Even though it is technically


Betting Against the Euro

The euro is at a pivotal point right now. After falling from roughly $1.50 to $1.20 between early 2011 and mid-2012, it’s spent the past 10 months trying to climb

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So Where Do the Kids Go?

Rodney Johnson | Monday, April 29, 2013 >> When they’re young, Christmas comes slowly for kids. The days leading up to the holiday seem to drag on forever. The anticipation


Something Has to Give

With tax season just barely behind us, it might be nice to know where our hard-earned dollars have gone now that they’re in Uncle Sam’s pocket. There are really only

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Is it Really This Simple?

Teresa van den Barselaar | Tuesday, April 23, 2013 >> The Renaissance Downtown in Phoenix is buzzing with activity as those attending Harry Dent and Rodney Johnson’s Demographic School Conference


Wish I Was There Again

It was at Demographics School, in late 2011, that I first saw Harry and Rodney speak in public. I had read several of their books, but I wanted to see


Don’t Let the Big Red Ball Crush You

Rodney Johnson | Monday, April 22, 2013 >> I never understood people who don’t vote. Particularly people who don’t vote in local elections, but then get all caught up in


Gold Turning to Kryptonite

Rodney Johnson | Friday, April 19, 2013 >> Indignant. Hostile. Disgusted. Dismissive. These are just a few of the responses we get when we talk about the price of gold


Don’t Catch the Falling Knife

It’s been a wild ride in the metals markets. After gold lost more than 15% in just three days, many are wondering – what’s next!? No one knows for sure,


The Perfect Example of Future Business

Harry S. Dent | Thursday, April 18, 2013 >> Someone rings the bell at 9:30AM then gets the hell out of the way. All types of chaos (in trading and