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KINGSTON, NY, 23 August 2019—After a relatively strong market rebound late last week and earlier this week in the U.S. following last Wednesday’s 800-point Dow dive – the worst is yet to come.

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KINGSTON, NY, 16 August, 2019—Equity markets in the U.S rebounded yesterday on the sound bite news that “China softens stance on trade.” 
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KINGSTON, 13 August 2019—As I had forecast in my 6 June Trend Alert, "The Gold Bull Run," when gold was at $1332 — with gold now at $1,500 per ounce, The Gold Bull is running hard and fast.
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KINGSTON, 9 August 2019—With all my heart, I do hope that as a Trends Journal subscriber you took action to become truly “Golden” after reading my 6 June Trend Alert®, the “Gold Bull Run” when gold was at $1,332 an ounce.
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KINGSTON, NY, 31 JULY 2019—With virtually each passing day, the building blocks for the onset of the “Greatest Depression” that Gerald Celente forecasts are being cemented.
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KINGSTON, NY, 25 JULY 2019—As our subscribers well know from the Trends Journal, our Trend Alerts and Trends in the News broadcasts, global forecaster Gerald Celente was the first one to call the "Trump Rally" two weeks after his election in November 2016.
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KINGSTON, NY, 18 JULY, 2019—Some six weeks after Gerald Celente’s Trend Alert® of the “Gold Bull Run,” yesterday’s big business media news was that Ray Dalio, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, said gold will be a top investment.
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KINGSTON, NY, 6 JUNE 2019—Back in 2005, when gold was $421 per ounce, we alerted Trends Journal subscribers to get ready to ride the “Golden Bull: Once gold breaks past the magic $500 per ounce mark… it will push gold beyond the 1980’s high of $885 per ounce."
KINGSTON, NY, 30 MAY 2019—In our 27 March Trend Alert we forecast that a global economic slowdown and weakening corporate earnings in the U.S., coupled with the fading positive effects of President Donald Trump’s tax bill, would compel the U.S. Federal Reserve “to lower interest rates before economic conditions markedly deteriorate.”
KINGSTON, NY, 9 MAY 2019—It never ends. For over three years, the nearly constant refrain from the business media for equity market pull backs have been "Trade Wars." Rarely, however, have they attributed the record breaking S&P and Nasdaq to trade initiatives because, in fact, it’s earnings, stock buy backs and low interest rate/cheap money that keeps the markets rising.
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