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TREND ALERT: Market Bounce BS; The Panic is on

KINGSTON, NY,13 January 2016 — Recent market snapbacks are temporary blips in a long down-trend cycle that will push stock prices and …

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TREND ALERT: As predicted, market panic to prevail, global recession to worsen By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal KINGSTON, NY, 7 January 2016—The market meltdown is real. …
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TREND ALERT:Presidential debates: Merry Christmas! No peace on earth KINGSTON, NY, 22 December 2015—The Prince of Peace. Remember him? Jesus Christ? Apparently not. Certainly …
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Trend Alert: New York Times off-trend with Transgender blitz By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal KINGSTON, NY, 16 December 2015—During this historic period of …
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TOP 10 TRENDS FOR 2016 By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal KINGSTON, NY, 9 December 2015 — What a year 2015 was! Looking back, with neither the economic or …
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KINGSTON, NY, 2 December 2015 — The buildup to the Christmas shopping season that begins when deal hungry consumers rush to big box stores and retail giants in hopes of getting deep discounted deals, fell flat this year before it began.
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KINGSTON, NY, 18 November 2015 - Following 9/11, the explanations for terror strikes on the World Trade Center and Pentagon had nothing to do with America’s Middle East policy. No, “America was targeted for attack ...
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KINGSTON, NY, 4 November 2015- Once upon a time, not too long ago, central bank wizards began telling a fairytale that economies need inflation. But not just any inflation. In their Goldilocks make-believe world, the not too hot, not too cold, just right dose of two percent is needed to keep an economy …
It has become a Halloween ritual. A year ago, the Federal Reserve ended its quantitative easing bond-buying scheme, which started in 2008 and ballooned its balance by $3.5 trillion. In response, world equity markets, which had been volatile all month in anticipation of the end of QE3, continued …
The numbers are in. The markets don’t like them and the Street doesn’t believe them. For the past week, global equity markets traded in a narrow range waiting with great anticipation for Gross Domestic Product numbers from China, the world’s second largest …
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