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Harry S. Dent Jr. studied economics in college in the 1970s, receiving his MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar and was elected to the Century Club for leadership excellence. Harry grew to find the study of economics vague and inconclusive and became so disillusioned by ... more


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The Worst Is Yet To Come For This Economic Winter Season
We may have had the greatest stock market bubble ever, but our economic “recovery” has been the weakest on record, despite the strongest, globally-concerted stimulus ever.
We’re Overdosing On The Debt Opioid
The biggest difference between this Economic Winter Season and the one 80 years ago: central bank interference.
65 Million Things You’re Not Hearing About China Trade War
History will show that this trade showdown will be the wrecking ball that downsized the dragon from its real estate overbuilding “Achilles Heel”.
Unemployment Rate A New Leading Indicator
I’m always on the lookout for leading indicators that can give us an edge over erratic, irrational markets. There are a lot of them.
The Unexpected Opportunity Outside Of Stocks
Here’s my projection for Bitcoin if stocks see a final blow-off rally and top.
What To Expect If Markets Correct Next
The markets love to fool as many people as possible, bulls and bears alike. This is especially true at key turning points and even more so in extreme bubbles like the one we’ve been in since late 1994.
How The Nasdaq Could Reach 10,000 In 2019
I’ve been looking at the finally bubble rallies on all the key indices: The S&P 500, the Dow, and especially the Nasdaq because it’s the lead bubble of the lot.
The Devastating Global Debt Trend
It’s no secret that our Federal debt has more than doubled since the onset of the last recession in late 2007. It’s gone from $10.1 trillion to $23.6 trillion. That’s a 134% increase in just 11 years.
New Line In Sand For S&P 500
The markets are still at a critical point. The stronger rally today could signal a potential bottom and the rally scenario for 2019… but we’ll see ahead.
China’s Last Grand Stimulus Project
The emerging world has been on an urbanization tear, especially since 1980, and China has led the way.
7 Signs Needed To Confirm The End Is Near For The Market Bubble
Volatility is rife, markets are having a terrible December. Is this the beginning of the end? I don’t think so, because we’ve not yet seen these seven signs.
Trump’s Growth Dream And The Harsh Reality
What largely drives GDP growth is demographic growth plus productivity gains. Growth between 0.0% and 0.5% would be the reality and 1% a year would be a stretch at this point without never-ending free money and tax cuts.
The Emerging Country That Flunks The “Acid Test”
The cardinal sin in business is overbuilding because it creates high debt and fixed-cost burdens that sink your profits and ultimately drown you. This is why I see China taking a decade to work off its excesses.
The Falling Supply Of Homes Leads To Rising Prices… And Falling Sales
This present bubble is peaking because of limited supply in a still-overstimulated economy. Once that ends, by early 2020 at the latest, supply will explode.
Net Worth Is About To Collapse
Real estate and stocks have both bubbled together strongly in similar time frames since 2012. They continue to do so, although the Dow Home Construction Index is signaling a warning.
Have Gold And Bitcoin Seen The Worst Of Their Bubble Bursts?
Gold is simply another commodity and it burst in the 30-year cycle top between 2008 and 2011, just like it did after the 1980 top.
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