Trends Monthly:
October, 2017

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, like many business-establishment peers who persistently sound the death knell for cryptocurrencies, is wrong.As the Trends Research Institute has been forecasting, …
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Global trend forecaster Gerald Celente was the first to forecast that China’s crackdown on digital-currency exchanges was part of a larger strategy …
The Trends Journal was the only magazine in the world to first forecast a Trump White House win and then predict “The Trump Market Rally.” Wait …
Brick-and-mortar businesses, emphasizing quality and value delivered with a human touch, will grow stronger in the months and years ahead as chains …
While the auto industry and its high-tech partners continue to tout driverless vehicles as a reality just a few years away, Trends Research Institute …
Rolls-Royce isn’t the only company building autonomous ocean ships.Japan’s Nippon Yusen reportedly will begin testing a remote-controlled cargo …
German start-up Sono Motors has crowd-funded $200,000 to build prototypes of its snub-nose four-door Sion, a car sporting solar panels on its body, …
As we have been forecasting, centralized nuclear power plants are fast becoming relics of history, left behind by the combination of ever-cheaper …
If researchers at the University of Washington in Seattle have their way, your next cellphone will never run out of power.Instead of having a battery …
Across rural America during the last 30 years, agri-business monopolies put small farmers out of business, factories closed and once-valuable natural …
Gerald Celente's "Trends This Week," a weekly show on the Progressive Radio Network, PRN.fm, airs live online each Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST. Trends …
A team of Swiss medical researchers has developed a bandage that tells you how well a wound is healing.In the normal process of healing, a wound’s …
A study by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health has found that more than 80 percent of tap-water samples collected on five continents …
The Central American nation of Costa Rica has announced its intention to become the world’s first country to ban single-use plastics. The ban, to …
Inside the latest Trends Journal, subscribers are treated to a special commemorative pullout poster - the "Presidential Reality Show... Who's your …

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