|Celente's Top Trends For 2015|
|KINGSTON, N.Y., 22 December 2014 — Media can still schedule
interviews with global forecaster Gerald Celente on his Top Trends for
Celente and and his Trends Research Institute released a special digital edition of the Trends Journal on Dec. 9 dedicated to the institute's 2015. Featuring analyses by Celente, economist Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, business journalist Nomi Prins, science writer Bennett Daviss and other experts, the special edition Trends Journal explores nine dynamic trend lines that will have far-reaching bottom line impact and will affect quality of life in the year ahead.
Media can access the edition by clicking here.
The institute's 2015 forecasts were unveiled during a day-long conference at its 1774 Academy building in Kingston, N.Y. on Saturday, Dec. 6.
The top trends for 2015 are:
The Grand Manipulation: The mechanisms of sound economics are being subverted to favor the wealthy and powerful.
Bankism: Capitalism is on the brink as Bankism is fast becoming the dominant global economic system.
Price Wars: Too much product and not enough demand give rise to a new age of retail marketing.
Dominant Energy: A new era for new energy explodes as dependency on fossil fuels lessens, global demand declines and the availability of alternative energy sources rises at an historic pace.
Selfie Journalism: Local news may never be the same as big media chains consolidate and downsize; upstarts will be needed to fill wide coverage gaps.
Artful Aging: An age wave is growing across the globe, and it is rich with untapped potential for businesses that focus on quality, creativity and old-school values.
Retrograde 2.0: It's beauty or bust as a return to individualism and the higher standards for quality and craftsmanship of past eras ignite opportunities for entrepreneurs to reach Millennials.
Takeover: Monopoly is the new normal. The latest trade pact, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, ensures that the bottom line trumps quality, choice and morality.
War Weary: Is the populace ready to fight for peace? It’s time to finally turn the tide of endless war and bring more prosperity to the world, but is anyone listening?
The quarterly Trends Journal, available in both print and digital formats, provides trends analysis and forecasts across a wide range of topics. It is produced by Gerald Celente's Kingston, N.Y.-based Trends Research Institute's team of analysts. In addition to the magazine, the institute also publishes Trends Monthly, provides multimedia content for subscribers at trendsresearch.com, and offers services for organizations and industries, including consulting, customized trend forecasting, keynote addresses and conferences at the institute's facilities.
To schedule an interview with Gerald Celente, Trends Journal publisher, please contact:
Media Relations, Trends Journal
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