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Harry Dent: You Gotta Have A System

As Adam likes to say: “Investors Suck Wind.” He has studies showing the average investor earns annual gains of 5.2% vs. the 9.9% returned on stocks overall – that’s just

Demographic Trends

Be Nimble or Be Banished to History

I wrote an article back on July 7 called “Bond Bubble to Burst.” It’s an important topic. I’ve been predicting for a long time that 10-year Treasury bond yields could

Foreign Markets

China’s Property Bubble Echoes Subprime Crisis

The menacing fury of economic triggers that began piling up after the Great Recession are only getting larger and we can’t do much but watch it unfold and stay alert.

HARRY DENT: Central Bankers are Driving Us All Into the Dirt

One of the major triggers I’ve been warning about is already happening, even before we understand and/or admit that we are in a recession. Zero Hedge just picked up on
Business Cycle

Trump’s Nomination, Helicopter Money and More

What You Missed This Week on Economy & Markets It’s early Friday here at Dent Research as another week winds to a close. I came in a bit early to


INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Reasons We’ll See “President Donald Trump” (Part II)

Harry Dent Love him or hate him – those seem to be the two reactions to Republican nominee, Donald Trump. Only Hillary has higher negative ratings. But in “The Donald’s”

Forget Brexit! EU Has Much Worse Problems

The Dow dropped nearly 1,000 points (5%) and the London FTSE dropped 10% after the Brexit vote surprised the markets on June 23. After two days though, markets were marching


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


Especially With Investing, Information Is Power

We started this week in the U.S., with the market’s Brexit losses a quickly fading memory and the Dow and S&P 500 up nearly 2% for the year. So, more


Profiting From The Seasonal Shift In Energy Stocks

Adam O'Dell Energy stocks have been on a tear recently. The SDPR Energy Sector ETF (NYSE: XLE) gained a whopping 34% in less than five months, between January 20 and