KINGSTON NY -- Oh, that
Gerald Celente, “He’s such an alarmist, such a gloom-and-doomer with
his sky-is-falling economic forecasts.”
Why should anyone listen to Celente? Just because he’s so often right?
Days before the world equity markets tanked and gold spiked, you received
a Trend Alert® warning that just such a scenario was imminent. And
now, right on cue, it has played out. Click
here for Trend Alert®: “From Meltdown to Mayhem - Are You Ready?)
We asked if you were “ready.” Were you?
Are you ready for what comes next? Or are you going keep on relying
on the forecasts of the Fed, the stable of blue-chip mainstream pundits,
and the White House schemers and dreamers the bunch who all got it
wrong … and keep on getting it wrong?
The economic turmoil is not over and we can confidently forecast how
it will develop.
This isn’t just a “market correction.” There’s much more to come, and
the fallout will affect much more than the economic sphere. There will
be far-reaching social and geopolitical repercussions. Celente has been
forecasting exactly such a global meltdown since the onset of the “Panic
of ‘08” the “Panic,” you might remember, that he had warned of in
’07… at a time when Ben Bernanke and the vast majority of “experts”
were forecasting the US would avoid recession.
Yes, there will likely be an array of economic sleight-of-hand tricks
and quick monetary fixes from central banks and governments intended
to forestall a crash. And yes, Germany may well lift its objections
to a common eurozone bond or other massive bank bailout plan. But whatever
measures are applied, they will do no more than provide temporary symptom
relief; they will not cure the deeper economic problems.
As we suggested in our Trend Alert® last week, if you want to do
your audience a real service, and help them prepare for the turmoil
ahead, you will want to schedule an interview with Gerald Celente, publisher
of The Trends Journal.
To schedule an interview with Gerald Celente, Trends Journal publisher,
please contact: Zeke West, Media Relations, <mailto:Zwest@trendsresearch.com>firstname.lastname@example.org
845 331.3500 ext. 1
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