Monday, November 20, 2017

JFK Assassination Files, The Inside Story Explained


Why were the JFK assassination files finally released? Why did the CIA oppose Presidents Trump's decision so violently and what are finally going to learn if anything of meaning? 

Gerald Celente discusses this historic news and talks about his inside story of what Gov. Connally told him.

- Video Source, The Trends Journal

Friday, November 17, 2017

Gerald Celente: Another Day, Another Market High


Day after day, month after month, the markets continue their onward march higher. Gerald Celente called it first in the "Trends Journal". But how much longer can this continue, how long before the carpet is pulled out from beneath our feet?

- Video Source, The Trends Journal

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

What Major New Trends Will 2018 Bring?


Life is always changing. Can we keep up with it, though? Gerald Celente has been forecasting the future for decades on end. The founder and head of 'Trends Journal,' he makes the key calls about matters pertaining to economics, health, politics, and more. In this week's episode of 'The San Francisco Review of Books on Sunday,' Celente addresses the trends likely to influence our lives in 2018.

- Source, Joseph Cotto

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Eleventh Month of Trump Rally. We Called it First. What's Next?


Gerald Celente discusses the ongoing "Trump rally" that the markets are experiencing. How long can this continue on, how long before the market finally faces a major correction?

Is Trumponomics really that strong, or are we setting ourselves up for a massive decline? Gerald Celente breaks it all down and explains where we are heading next.

- Video Source

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Saudi Palace Purge


Saudi Arabia is a few princes and businessmen lighter, but what does that mean for the global economy and the current geopolitical storms in the Middle East? Gerald Celente breaks down what could be a new wave of Middle Eastern trouble with host Lindsay France. The Paradise Papers reveal more and more of the ways the rich avoid paying their taxes and Steve Malzberg looks into the recent version of the GOP tax bill and what those hidden taxes really mean for the American public.

- Source, Russia Today

Friday, November 3, 2017

Gerald Celente: Gold Will Reach Bitcoin Highs in 2018


Renowned trends forecaster Gerald Celente predicts China will make big headlines in 2018. Celente points out, “China is not using petro-dollars

They are buying Russian oil, their biggest supplier, with yuan. You can cash in the yuan for gold. It’s the same with Iran and with Saudi Arabia. 

This is another reason that China is going to go further. You can start bringing your dollars to Walmart in a wheelbarrow because that’s what they will be worth...

What kept the dollar alive as the world reserve currency is that all the oil being traded is being bought in dollars. If you are paying for oil in other currencies...

The Federal Reserve can’t keep printing up all the money that they want. They won’t have it out there as a reserve currency. You will see inflation skyrocket in this country, and gold will hit like a Bitcoin high. We believe it’s starting to happen.

- Source, USA Watchdog

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Cities Are Overpopulated, Small Towns to Rise Again

Across rural America during the last 30 years, agri-business monopolies put small farmers out of business, factories closed and once-valuable natural resources were all but replaced with alternatives.

And then the Great Recession of 2008 hit, dealing another crushing blow.

Just a generation ago, many urban areas, not rural communities, were cauldrons of poverty, crime and broken families. Today, the trend has reversed. America’s small, rural towns and their inhabitants are now in turmoil.

Measuring quality-of-life indicators that include stable families, educational attainment, teen births, reliance on welfare, unemployment, chronic disease and opioid addiction levels, among others, rural America is on a downward trend.

A Wall Street Journal report found that, in 2013, more people died in the most sparsely populated US counties than were born. Moreover, rural residents are dying younger than the rest of the population.

That hasn’t happened since comprehensive records began to be kept in the 1930s. Rural US population has declined for five straight years.

Overall, small towns in the central US are locked in a tailspin of unemployment, poverty and family breakdown that has long plagued inner cities.

As cities become overpopulated and too expensive, rural areas within striking distance of airports, major cities and surrounded by natural beauty will again become appealing, especially for young families.

States, cities and towns that develop new economic models to promote themselves as tourist destinations, attractive bedroom communities, specialized education centers or other niches can realize population and economic growth.

- Source, Gerald Celente via King World News

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Choice of Products is Killing the Markets

After years of consolidation, product choice has been sharply limited throughout the broad business spectrum… retail, manufacturing, services, communications, etc. As products are eliminated from shelves because they don’t drive profits hard and fast enough, and services fall victim to the same logic, new opportunities emerge for savvy Entrepreneurs who identify the underserved market gaps left by the “bigs.”

From grocery stores, whose mainstay brands like Hormel Foods and Campbell’s Soup have lost appeal with younger audiences, to clothing retailers like Macy’s and JCPenney, whose sales continually decline, major chains have sacrificed new-product development.

In the big-box world, profit pressures compel major corporations to repurpose, aggregate and target-market essentially the same product multiple ways. These pressures have pushed major corporations further away from aggressive research-and-development pursuits. After years of frantic nonstop merger/acquisition and corporate-takeover activity, the available pool of original products, services and content is greatly diminished.

And while struggling retailers may be closing brick-and-mortar stores and malls at a record pace, mom-and-pop businesses on Main Street will experience a revival. Entrepreneurs who understand how to create consumer environments with a personal touch and unique product lines will be on trend to stand apart from the bottom-line merger/acquisition culture so pervasive today.


Yes, online shopping will continue to grow, but not in all categories.

Brick-and-mortar businesses are here to stay. The boutique business model – a personalized business that reflects the quality and uniqueness of the market it serves – is the antidote to the slow death of giant retailers who fail to recognize emerging trends and fail to provide value that reflects consumer needs and interests.

The “bigs” took the style out of shopping. New generations of consumers, especially millennials, are craving a shopping “experience” that speaks to them.

In the 1980s and ’90s, many Main Street mom-and-pop stores were put out of business by malls, which became community gathering places for shopping, fun and dining. Today, that trend has reversed: The decline of malls will give rise to brick-and-mortar businesses on Main Street, especially in towns near major metropolitan areas.

- Source, King World News, Read More Here

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Brick and Mortar Businesses to Rise Again?

Brick and mortar businesses, emphasizing quality and value delivered with a human touch, will grow stronger in the months and years ahead as chains continue their downward spiral…

The dramatic decline of shopping malls, a trend we forecast in 1997 when we warned that mall culture would degenerate in coming decades, often is attributed to online shopping’s rise. But as the Trends Research Institute has been forecasting, shifting demographics, a stagnant economy and an overbuilt retail sector – created decades ago for a thriving middle class that has dramatically shrunk – also have fueled the trend.
As the “bigs” struggled to survive during the last decade, mergers and acquisitions swept the retail landscape. Cutting costs to enhance profitability and focusing on a one-size-fits-all corporate strategy, rather than producing diverse and creative products, have resulted in a deeply homogenized retail landscape.

- Source, Gerald Celente via King World News

Thursday, October 19, 2017

North Korea Wants Peace, Does America Want War?


The rising tensions between the United States and North Korea should have everyone worried. We are standing on the cusp of a nuclear war, the likes that this world has never before seen. Will tensions once again settle down, or is war inevitable this time around?

- Video Source, The Trends Research