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Gerald Celente born November 29, is an American trend forecaster  publisher of the Trends Journalbusiness consultant  and author who makes predictions about the global financial markets and other important events. So, when you look at the technology, you look at energy, you look at the banking sector, it’s only a few sectors trsnds are driving up the financials.
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I hope you enjoy the rest of your summer and have a great weekend. Celente for being so generous with your time. Will Trump launch a preemptive attack using conventional weapons? If you don’t vote then you deserve what you get. Please discuss this issue on the article’s talk page.
Steady decline of oil tells a deeper trend line. His forecasts since have included predictions about terrorism, economic collapses grends war. They have a population the size of Texas. They’d be bombing the trrnds out of them from the United States, these people for getting too close to us.
Not only against Russia, but across the globe. The hatred that the media has been selling, with hating the Russians, no evidence at all that they hacked into the Democratic National Committee, it’s our assumption, it’s our belief, it’s our analysis.
Hugo Lindgren and ABC News have labelled Celente’s predictions ” pessimism porn ” for their doom and the alleged eschatological thrill some people receive from imagining his predictions of the collapse of civil society in the wake of a global economic crisis.
Honor the Founding Fathers, no foreign entanglements. Every time somebody got elected that you didn’t like, the media would say, “Well you may not have supported that person, but now it’s the president of our United States and we have to all work together. And the cheap dollar is keeping the emerging market game alive as well, because they’re borrowing money for free.
The whole thing is being held up on hype and hope. When interest rates go up, this thing goes down, and it goes down big. Well, I want to start out talking about the first half of the year of Donald Trump’s presidency. You might remember that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and ties to Al-Qaeda. Sure looks it, but hey welcome to America. One of our Trends Journal contributorsAnthony Freda, a great illustrator, did a cover for us, and he had a Jesus Christ with a whip and he’s driving the banksters out of the temple, but now they have names in front of them, JP Morgan, Chase, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, on and on.
And it’s the same thing around the world. There is no alternative. You know Mike, I like you, joufnal a nice guy, I got a year bond for you. And now we give money to the people that make the auto parts. The Struggle of McDonald’s He also puts his longtime broadcasting background to good use, hosting a weekly precious metals podcast sincea program listened to by tens of thousands each week.
I don’t need proof, all need are assumptions, and you know how good those are. I got a gun, does that gerqld I’m going to ojurnal somebody? The war against Trump is actually the war against the economy in many ways, because when the Trump rally began, and anybody could go back to the facts, when Trump looked like he was going to win on November 8th, in the morning of November 9th, the Dow futures dove by over points, thinking that he was going to win because the markets wanted Hillary.
Gerald Celente On Markets: “When Interest Rates Go Up, This Thing Goes Down”
If there’s 50 cops outside, and somebody shoots in one of them, are the other 49 going to blow your brains out? What do you think, can the wheel stay on this a while longer? Hey, how about a thing called Quantitative Easing?
Mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were too big to fail. The other wildcard to watch also, by the way, is the rhetoric against Iran. Iran has not invaded a country for years. First AIG was too big to fail. Of course I’m talking about the United States.
Celente, thanks as always for your time and your analysis today. Banks too big to fail and auto companies. What the Hell is Going on in the Markets? Do they have a crazy guy running the show? Need more Asian coverage! But again, we don’t see a crash, because they’re going to do what they can to prop this thing up. Speaking of the financial crisis, it looks to us like history is likely to repeat, perhaps sooner rather than later.