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Bestselling author and renowned Harvard economist, Harry Dent has accurately forecasted nearly every major economic trend over the past 30 years, including: the 1991 recession, Japan’s lost decade, the 2001 tech crash, the crash of the U.S. housing market in 2006, the financial meltdown of 2008 and the plummet in crude oil prices in 2015.

Harry Dent and his team at Dent Research use the power of demographic trends and purchasing power to accurately identify and forecast economic and market boom and busts.

They believe that knowing what consumers are going to buy next (purchasing power) or what they’ll stop buying soon is the most critical tool to forecasting what’s to come. This is the best way to protect your investment portfolio, maximize your returns, and make smart business and financial decisions.

While most economists focus on short-term trends, policy changes, technical indicators, elections – things that are volatile and unstable – the Dent Research team focus their forecasts on long-term trends.

This includes demographic trends, business cycles, market cycles, economic cycles, human behavior patterns and purchasing power. All things that have demonstrated themselves over hundreds (even thousands) of years to be consistent, predictable and measurable.

The Dent Research team studies the past to predict the future – an approach that enables them to forecast years into the future with an incredible degree of accuracy. This helps you to know what’s coming next… where the immediate opportunities are… and where to park your money for the longer term.

Forecasting in Economy & Markets

Each weekday Harry and his team share their forecasts and views on demographic trends, stock market research, the housing market, different economic, market and business cycles, investment and 401(k) strategies, the looming market crash and more.

You will learn when it’s time to start profiting from the rise of specific emerging market economies (it’s not now, despite all the hype about these markets). And exactly what industries and investments will hand you the fastest profits, first.

You’ll also learn when commodities are likely to peak again… when the housing market will turn up again… when, markets and bonds would be a better investment than stock allocations… etc.

When will the stock market rally come to an end, and when will this massive bubble finally burst? What assets are the safest and which are the most vulnerable in the wake of a major market crash? What do you need to know to protect your financial future?

Get your answers to all of these questions and stay ahead of the markets on every boom and bust… access the tools and expert forecasting you can use to prepare yourself to stay ahead of the curve– sign up for the FREE Economy & Markets newsletter today!


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