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Access articles from all of the editors, including Harry Dent, Rodney Johnson, Charles Sizemore and the rest of the Dent Research team on all aspects of our economy, so you can stay current on how to protect your financial future.

This includes a unique economic perspective on finance, using the power of demographic trends and purchasing power to accurately identify and forecast economic and market boom and busts.the Fed’s policies, investment outlook, and quantitative easing.

Sometimes the economy and the markets, in particular, adjust very quickly and sometimes violently when the unexpected happens, so this is where Economy and Markets is your place for the most up to date news on the Fed’s next move.

Retirement is entirely personal, as the strategies that each of the Dent Research editors share in Economy and Markets. From Harry to Adam, and Rodney, John and Lance, they each approach their retirement planning a little differently, as we all do, depending on our needs and wants.

And when you’re dealing with billions – if not trillions – of dollars, a few measly percentage points can make a huge ripple in the economy. So, current interest rates and future interest rate changes are really important for companies, consumers and investors alike. Our experts keep you in the loop with the rise and fall of interest rates.

He Was Right…

Mainstream Media may criticize him. But he was right about many things over the years. Of course, when navigating the economy and markets, it’s impossible to be right every time. Yet his track record over the years for predictions that matter is...

Twisting the Constitution Hurts Us All

I’m not a fan of small spaces, and MRIs give me the willies. I understand that there’s no way the giant machine could collapse, and no possibility that I’ll run low on air, but that doesn’t make me feel any...

Central Banks Do the Tighten Up

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) shook the global credit markets last Tuesday. Even Treasury bond investors perceived the BoJ’s tweaks to its monetary policy as a signal that the transition away from extraordinarily accommodative measures may be coming. The BoJ introduced...

A Deal With the Deficit Devil

Second-quarter U.S. GDP jumped by an annualized 4.1%, putting a spring in the step of the Trump administration and the congressional leadership. And why not? Those two groups are responsible for turbo-charging the U.S. economy through tax reform, which cut taxes...

Trump’s Trade Wars Will Hurt His Supporters

There’s ideology. And then there’s reality and outcomes. Unfortunately, the trade war overtures in the name of fairer competition, disfavors jobs in the red states far more than in the blue ones. In Thursday’s issue, I looked at how curbing immigration is...

What’s to Come

Major forces with big implications for the U.S. are starting to take shape. And Harry sees that shape as something awfully similar to what came about back in the 1920s. Between the political push on immigration and the tariffs that have...

The Clamp Down on Immigration

There was a great article in Bloomberg Opinion by Noah Smith. It starts off reminding us that we’re doing similar things now as we were in the late 1920s, before the 1929 crash and Great Depression. During a major bubble, the...

Our IES Is All About That

We are living through the greatest economic experiment in history. How long can the economy go while avoiding recessions through massive, non-stop money creation and infusion into the economy? And when will the side effects of such an economy be seen? By...

The Backlash Against Globalization

There’s a big thing happening here, and many have understated it. Some have flat-out ignored it. In his latest bit of business, Trump met with Putin in Helsinki. And there’s been a whirlwind of commentary and backlash regarding the matter. Sure, it may...