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Trends This Week – The Presidential Reality Show in full swing as America in decline – 04.27.16

Global master forecaster Gerald Celente analyzes the state of the presidential race as he reflects on the state of America’s decline in the 21st Century and the reasons behind. America, once the world’s undisputed global heavyweight, has down-trended into an economic, political, social, cultural and lifestyle bantamweight. He also makes some predictions on the campaign ahead and also breaks down recent economic activity and the ticking time bomb that is the global economy.

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Trends This Week – Clinton-Sanders – 04.20.16

Global forecaster Gerald Celente breaks down the reasons behind his Trends Research Institute’s forecast that when presidential candidate Bernie Sanders bows out of the Democratic primary, he’ll join Hillary Clinton’s campaign as her running mate. Hillary for president, with Bernie as running by her side for vice president, towers over any combinations on the radar now for the GOP. But does it matter? Elsewhere, Celente explains the economy is in a holding pattern; don’t be fooled by recent spikes. The market riggers have fewer and fewer tools to keep the economy on life support.

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Trends This Week – People Do Have The Power! – 04.13.16

Direct Democracy, a longstanding guiding tenet of Gerald Celente and the Trends Research Institute, can work. Celente breaks down the failures of our leaders on political, foreign policy and economic fronts and demonstrates how Direct Democracy is the way out, the solution. He points to the recent Dutch vote against the European Union-Ukraine agreement that called for closer and more strategic security and trade agreements with Ukraine. But a vote of the Dutch people, albeit non-binding, rejected the deal. Direct Democracy in action. The referendum, pulled off by the Eurosceptics movement in record time and efficiency, shows how a direct vote by the people can work. Elsewhere, Celente addresses recent market surges on the backdrop of rising oil prices and corporate earnings.

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Trends This Week – Terrorism, lies and failed leaders…and why gold still glows – 03.30.16

The Brussels terror attacks remind us, at least those of us able to think for ourselves, of the root causes of terrorism the media never report, how much you can’t trust the “official” word on who’s responsible and how the attacks unfolded and how our leaders, the media elite and the population at large can’t muster a peep for peace, only more war mongering. Elsewhere in this program, the global master forecaster breaks down the Fed’s no-rate-hikes-now stance and why gold still shines.

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Trends This Week – Trump trumps the rich, zero interest rates and your future – 03.16.16

Donald Trump’s victory night speech about how “we” need the rich in America to make the country “great again” underscores how far “we” have sunk. Global forecaster Gerald Celente puts it all in perspective: The absence of grace, dignity and self respect thrives in a culture where the rich get richer at the expense of the vast majority. And Trump exemplifies that. In the Presidential Reality Show, however, there are no good options. Elsewhere, Celente dissects the zero-interest rate reality bearing down on developed nations – why this is happening, how it will evolve and what it means to you. Our future is being robbed from us! The bankers have murdered Wall Street, and Main Street suffers the most.

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Trends This Week – In The Age of Stupid, consequences of disaster – 03.09.16

Across the globe and around the world, from nations’ capitals to city halls, they come in all sizes, shapes, races, creeds and colors. A gang of lunatics run and ruin life on Earth under the guise that the parties they belong to represent We the People and the policies they promote will bring financial security and military victory. Pick a country. Name the names. With few exceptions, those in charge boast track records of fiasco, economic disasters and mass destruction. From the highest governmental offices to the military to central-bank policymakers, they double down on catastrophes they created by promising great success from their monumental failures. The current path to the future is clear: more of the same, but much worse. However, when a critical mass who wants to live in peace and gracious beauty take life in their own hands and take it away from those whose greatest ambition is to rule and control, the Renaissance 2.0 we had forecast will prevail.

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The Gary Null Show – 03.09.16

Gerald Celente is one of today’s pioneers in trend strategy. He founded the Trends Research Institute in Kingston NY and is the publisher of the Trends Journal that has been published since 1980. He has since become one of the nation’s most sought after diagnosticians and forecasters. He is also the founder of Trends TV and a co-creator of the Occupy Peace movement. Gerald is the host of – “Trends This Week” — on the Progressive Radio Network every Wednesday at 11 am Eastern time, just before my Noon broadcast More information can be found on the websites TrendsResearch.com and OccupyPeace.us

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Trends This Week – Warren Buffett “dead wrong” on US future! Shilling for Clinton? – 03.02.16

When Warren Buffett speaks, the media world listens. And when it comes to deal making, not even Donald “I am the Greatest” Trump comes close to Buffett. But when it comes to trend forecasting outside Wall Street, the “Oracle of Omaha” is either far removed from Main Street… or, as a major financial backer and Hillary Clinton supporter, is he shilling for her by demeaning “many Americans,” including us, who have documented an America in serious socioeconomic decline? And an America fanning war flames across the globe?

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Trends This Week – Is the fed stupid, or just playing stupid? – 02.24.16

The Federal Reserve operates the largest printing press on the planet. It seeks to hire the most qualified people to address current economic conditions and design strategies to maximize future market potential. However, when crisis strikes and with global equity markets in turmoil, those hired admit they are out of touch with the present and blindsided by the future. As minutes from their own meetings show, when the Panic of ’08 hit, which the Trends Research Institute forecast and named, the Fed was blindsided. Were they stupid then, or just playing stupid? Today, from China’s economy growing at its slowest pace in a quarter century, Japan sinking back into recession, Europe’s stagnant Gross Domestic Product, Asian economies jolted by plummeting exports, emerging-market economies and currencies crashing, commodity indexes gyrating between 1991-to-1999 lows, etc., the “outlook” is clear: Global Recession. What’s the Fed’s position? Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer recently said Fed officials “simply do not know” what course of action to anticipate since “it is still early to judge the ramifications of the increased market volatility of the first seven weeks of 2016.”

Are they stupid, or playing stupid by not seeing the Panic of 2016