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Trends This Week – The yearly Columbus Day hoopla reminds me… – 10.12.16

Want to talk war crimes? Want to remind the world about a dictator, a conqueror? Look around you. Look at the leaders around us who have led us down the path to endless wars. What hypocrisy to stir the Columbus controversy flames every October, while ignoring the death and destruction America’s leaders and its allies have brought to the world.

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Trends This Week – Liberals are the worse cowards – 10.05.16

Gerald Celente makes a powerful case for how Hillary Clinton supporters, and Liberals in general, are in a state of denial. They cannot see or admit how Democrats in power have festered war worldwide following the Bush years. And they’re aided and abetted by the Presstitute media. Elsewhere, he touches on why the price of Gold is tanking and what to expect next. And, he even ponders the supposed death of “partner dancing.”

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Trends This Week – The Presidential Reality Show and the markets – 09.28.16

Global forecaster Gerald Celente discounts and explains why the notion that markets rise on the anticipation that a given presidential candidate can influence and even fix the economy. The campaigns, and especially the debates, are rich with attack lines and sound bites, but entirely void of solutions, ideas and the moral grounding necessary to reverse the downward spiral of the country.

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Trends This Week – Prestitutes take over The Presidential Reality Show – 09.14.16

Coverage of Hillary Clinton’s “cough,” Donald Trump’s tweets and Matt Lauer’s widely-slammed handling of separate prime-time forums with the presidential candidates hammers home just how clueless and gutless the media are in holding these candidates accountable. The presstitutes have not the will, skill or stomach to ask real questions or demand real answers. The race is a reality show and the media are carnival barkers.

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Trends This Week – Populism is surging worldwide…but in America? – 09.09.16

Populist movements – real populist movements, not the “pop” populism trumped in the U.S. – are building momentum across the globe. Gerald Celente breaks down the reasons why and analyzes whether such movements can develop in America. He also explores how eight years of massive global central-bank quantitative easing and low-interest rate/cheap-money schemes have boosted equity markets, while dismal Gross Domestic Product, wage and productivity data prove central-bank policies have failed to generate true economic growth.

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Trends This Week – No good options – 08.24.16

Trend forecaster Gerald Celente provides a “globalnomic” view of what happens if/when the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates – especially to your bottom line. Celente examines how thew rigged market talk about interest rates affects gold, the strength of the dollar and more.

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Trends This Week – The Global Market Spikes And What’s Next? – 08.17.16

Global equity markets are spiking. Records are being broken. Why? Is it strong Gross Domestic Product increases among the world’s leading economies… the United States, China, Japan and eurozone nations that are driving the frenzy? Gerald Celente provides the fact-based context behind these economic trend lines. He also shares some thoughts on presidential candidate Donald Trump’s stumbling campaign and how the media treat him vs. Hillary Clinton, especially CNN, the Clinton News Network.

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Trends This Week – Reasons Behind the Rise of Gold – 08.10.16

Investors, not interested in buying negative-yielding bonds (guaranteed losses if held to maturity) and fearful of speculating in equity markets, have pushed gold prices up over 25 percent this year while pushing gold coin sales for the second quarter up 72 percent year to date. Global master forecaster Gerald Celente tells you why. Learn more at Trendsresearch.com

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Trends This Week – Trump imploding and the rigged economy – 08.03.16

Gerald Celente takes a deep dive into the news of recent days, especially the self-destructing Donald Trump and ever present war drums pounding in the background of the Presidential Reality Show. He updates listeners on critical economic trends, as well. Despite high expectations that the Bank of Japan would stimulate its nation’s foundering economy by driving interest rates further into …