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Trends This Week – Trump presidency a flop – 04.26.17

President Donald Trump has truly gone from businessman to politician as he’s fallen short on nearly every promise he made when campaigning. Under Trump, global forecaster Gerald Celente sees the rich getting richer and more war ensuing. Meanwhile, Celente also forecasts a major correction in the markets following the Trump stock market rally. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Trends This Week-04.12.17

The United States, outraged by the gas attacks on Syrian citizens, have attacked Syria and, according to the pressitutes’ media-flooding propaganda, decided it is time for Assad to go. President Trump has not been in office one hundred days, yet the sound of war drums grow louder each day. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Trends This Week – Hypocrisy and stalled economies – 04.05.17

The devastating gas attacks against Syrian civilians have made headlines and cover stories everywhere, fueling American hatred and giving rise to more war propaganda against Syria. The media, however, is silent on the ongoing airstrikes that have killed hundreds of civilians in Mosul. Meanwhile, the business-media world continues to boast of a growing economy that seems to be falling short under President Trump as he cannot keep his economic promises.

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Trends This Week – Holding out for something “new” – 03.29.17

The country wants to “Make It New,” one of Gerald Celente’s Top Trends for 2017. For President Trump, he wants to “Make America Great Again.” For Hollywood movie-goers, they want to channel movies like “La La Land” to bring back a realm of jazz and carefree living. Meanwhile, the government continues to take away basic civil liberties for the sake of keeping us safe but can’t keep people from jumping over the White House fence.

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Trends This Week – Big War Bucks in Trump’s Budget – 03.22.17

The military-first mindset that has prevailed since George W. Bush launched the War on Terror in 2001, grows under Trump. In building America’s military budget, which despite it being as large as the next seven largest military budgets around the world combined, Trump will face minimal domestic opposition. We also estimate more defense dollars funneling into Homeland Security and intelligence agencies, particularly for both domestic and foreign deep state surveillance and cyber security.

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Trends This Week – Run to your safe spaces – 03.15.17

The election of President Donald Trump has left fear in the minds of many, causing millennials to flock to their “safe spaces” as universities blame the President for their rising suicide rates. Meanwhile, propaganda against Russia continues to grow and war in the Middle East continues to escalate.

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Trends This Week – More important issues – 03.08.17

While the prestitutes and cry-baby liberals focus on transgender bathrooms, Wikileaks reveals the CIA might be hacking into your latest and greatest “smart” devices. Meanwhile, the massive economic growth under President Trump brings into question whether or not a crash is coming. Listen in and subscribe to the Trends Journal at Trendsresearch.com to get Gerald Celente’s latest forecast.

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Trends This Week – Trends Journal predictions for a Trump administration – 03.01.17

Global forecaster Gerald Celente has released his first quarter Trends Journal for 2017. From details on how and why Donald Trump won the White House to economic, political, and social trends that will unfold throughout 2017, Celente and Trends Research Institute analysts forecast History Before it Happens®. This one is a must read. Learn more at Trendsresearch.com.

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Trends This Week – Markets on the rise? – 02.15.17

Markets and small business optimism continue to climb under President Trump, aided by deregulation, tax deals, and stimulus programs. While markets and employment have grown, real wages have hardly made gains, spelling out a spike in mortgage and subprime auto loan delinquencies. Added to the number of populist parties wanting out of the Eurozone, turmoil is looming over the commodity and equity markets, further pushing the prices of safe-haven assets such as gold.