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KINGSTON, NY, 14 JUNE 2018—U.S. equities have bounced back from correction territory and the Nasdaq hit new highs.

KINGSTON, NY, 6 JUNE 2018—After correcting in March, the Nasdaq hit a new high Monday and May was the best month for stocks since January.
KINGSTON, NY, 30 MAY 2018— Warning: Global currency crash coming. It’s bigger than Italy’s political power struggle that exploded this past weekend that sent equity markets spiraling downward on Tuesday.
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KINGSTON, NY, 23 MAY 2018—Surging prices at gas pumps, hitting just as the travel season kicks off, is a trigger that will set off economic and equity market ripple effects that will crunch consumer spending, push inflation higher and pressure the Fed to aggressively raise interest rates.
KINGSTON, NY 16 MAY 2018—A toxic mix of economic and geopolitical ingredients is signaling the outbreak of war in the Middle East that will trigger a global equity market crash.
KINGSTON, NY 10 MAY 2018—Since November 2016, in scores of broadcasts and dozens of Trends Journal forecasts, Gerald Celente has been warning that a powerful war driven alliance had formed between Washington, Tel Aviv and Riyadh to significantly weaken Iranian influence in the Middle East.
KINGSTON, NY, 9 MAY 2018—As Trends Journal subscribers know, we have been forecasting a wild card event could trigger a series of economic developments capable of driving global markets from correction mode to crash territory.
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KINGSTON, NY 1 MAY 2018—The fabricated false premise for the justification of war in the Middle East we forecast in December has been established. The powerful Israel, Saudi Arabia and United States triumvirate have pledged allegiance against Iran.
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KINGSTON, NY 25 APRIL 2018—In this, the season of equity market volatility that began in early February, a key trigger sending stocks reeling is the prospect of interest rates rising faster than anticipated.
KINGSTON, NY, 18 APRIL 2018—With fears of wars in the Middle East and trade wars with China temporarily easing, the Dow has spiked 213 points this week. And now with stock buybacks setting records and driving the markets higher, how far will the already overleveraged and overvalued markets be inflated?
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