Growth for smart brick & mortar retailers despite the rise in online shopping.
A promising future for the medical marijuana industry.
The move to a cashless society.
Huge flow of immigrants into other countries; immigration policy to remain a hot-button issue in America.
Robots assuming an accelerating number of humans’ tasks.
The decline in big media new outlets and rise in small upstarts
On both the individual and national level, the move to become more self-sustainable.
Public outcry over new TSA safety measures.
The global spread of rebellions.
The strength of the individual is primary.
Governments squeezing taxpayers for every last cent.
Prediction of September 2008 financial crisis in December 2007.
Prediction of September 2008 financial crisis in December 2007 and the “panic” that will follow.
Prediction of revolting against taxes and income inequality – the precursor to “Occupy Wall Street.”
Prediction of the “perfect storm” brewing that will crash the financial markets (this was first phase that lead into Financial Crisis of 2008).
The prediction of what became known as “smart TVs.”
The rise in secession movements in America.
The uptrend in traveling abroad to undergo less expensive medical procedures.
Prediction that the real estate peak is over, with a decline particularly in the overbuilt upper-mid range and the mid-lower markets.
Lacking innovation to keep up with changing times, big automakers are hastening their demise.
Prediction in 2004 of mortgage meltdown and financial crisis to hit by 2007.
Prediction that U.S. will lose the Iraq war one month before the war began.
Spurred on by anti-Americanism, 2001 “will not be our year” and “rough times are ahead” warns Gerald Celente.
How to prepare for the pre-recessionary conditions that will come in the following years.
Wave of “anti-Americanism” to sweep the globe (precursor to 9/11 attacks)
Forecast of internet/techno addition at the very early stages of the internet.
Forecast of the Dot Com Bubble Burst in the fall of 1999, which went on to cause the 2000 Stock Market crash.
Forecast that businesses will plead for help and governments will intervene to rescue “Too Big To Fail” nations and economies.
The move away from “trophy homes” toward smaller houses.
In January 1987, Gerald Celente predicted the stock market would crash, which it did in October of that year.