Trends Monthly:
September, 2016

From Asia to Europe to America, equity markets around the world on Monday swayed in anticipation of who would win The Presidential Reality Show® “debate” between Hillary Clinton …
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Gerald Celente and Trends Research Institute analysts will unveil their Top Trends for 2017 in front of a live audience during a one-day conference …
Trends Research Institute conferences draw participants and speakers from across the globe. They are developed to provide a forum to engage directly …
Follow the money. And who controls it – the banks. Soon you won’t be able to see or touch your cash in the coming global cashless society. From …
Singapore’s Land Transit Authority and the software company nuTonomy are testing driverless taxis in the island nation. The open-ended pilot …
Starting next year, California will start making electricity from its roads. The state is pilot-testing piezoelectric sensors, which turn …
Imagine storing all the e-mails, videos, documents, and other files on your computer and cell phone in a space the size of a dull pencil point. But …
Earnings dropped significantly for dollar stores this summer due to competitive and economic factors. But discount start-up Hollar is gaining …
Gerald Celente's "Trends This Week," a weekly show on the Progressive Radio Network, PRN.fm, airs live each Wednesday at 11 a.m. Trends This Week …
If pending legislation passes, the Netherlands will ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles by 2025. The proposal has passed the parliament’s …
The Asia-Pacific region will be the world's hotspot for future water shortages, according to a new report from the Asia Development Bank. Almost …
Farmers in the American tobacco belt have high hopes for hemp. Hemp was a staple crop in the region from colonial times until tobacco became more …
GrowNYC, with a mission to ensure that all New York City dwellers eat their veggies, is a small example of a community business model with with big …
In this special edition of Trends In The News, Gerald Celente explores the non-existent state of peace and what it will take to reverse the trend …

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