Trends This Week - More important issues - 03.08.17

March 8, 2017

While the prestitutes and cry-baby liberals focus on transgender bathrooms, Wikileaks reveals the CIA might be hacking into your latest and greatest "smart" devices. Meanwhile, the massive economic growth under President Trump brings into question whether or not a crash is coming. Listen in and subscribe to the Trends Journal at Trendsresearch.com to get Gerald Celente's latest forecast. 

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Trends This Week - Trends Journal predictions for a Trump administration - 03.01.17

March 1, 2017

Global forecaster Gerald Celente has released his first quarter Trends Journal for 2017. From details on how and why Donald Trump won the White House to economic, political, and social trends that will unfold throughout 2017, Celente and Trends Research Institute analysts forecast History Before it Happens®. This one is a must read. Learn more at Trendsresearch.com.

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Trends This Week - Oncoming War - 02.22.17

February 22, 2017

War between Iran and Israel is on the way and the propaganda provided by United States media is doing its part, providing a one-sided story in favor of Israel. Meanwhile, markets are still on the rise, reaching all-time highs and bringing optimism to the American people and American companies. 

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Trends This Week - Markets on the rise? - 02.15.17

February 15, 2017
Markets and small business optimism continue to climb under President Trump, aided by deregulation, tax deals, and stimulus programs. While markets and employment have grown, real wages have hardly made gains, spelling out a spike in mortgage and subprime auto loan delinquencies. Added to the number of populist parties wanting out of the Eurozone, turmoil is looming over the commodity and equity markets, further pushing the prices of safe-haven assets such as gold.
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Trends This Week - Why gold will endure - 02.08.17

February 8, 2017
Trend forecaster Gerald Celente provides a “globalnomic” view on how all roads lead to gold. The War on Terror continues, tensions in Israel escalate, and the populist parties across Europe continue to gain popularity. Despite rising interest rates strengthening the dollar, gold prices will rise as investors seek a safe-haven asset amid rising tensions and destabilized economies all over the world.
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Trends This Week - Anti-terror or pro-murder? - 02.01.17

February 1, 2017

Why welcome the citizens of the countries we've destroyed when we could ban them instead? President Trump's ban on Muslims hurts both Trump's popularity and the markets, but will not stop terrorism. Neither will the drone strikes Mr. Trump has already carried out in his first weeks of presidency. 

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Trends This Week - Fact or opinion? - 01.25.17

January 25, 2017

"Reporters" abandoned the facts in exchange for their personal opinions while reporting what occurred during President Donald J. Trump's Inauguration. The paid-to-put-out pressitutes described the President and his mannerisms as dark, gloomy, and Hitlarian, stating that his sense of nationalism is unlike anything seen since World War II.

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Trends This Week - Put Away Your Pink Hats - 01.18.17

January 18, 2017

While the liberals, celebrities, and crybabies alike have turned Donald Trump's election into a war on women, they remain silent on the real issues. President Obama continues to take away our rights and wage war on foreign nations, all without discourse from his celebrity fan base. Elsewhere, organizations composed of the elite continue to try and dissect the refugee crisis but refuse to discuss how it was created.

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Trends This Week - “We did it” is out; optimism is in - 01.11.17

January 11, 2017

Since Trump's victory - with Hollywood in mourning, the mainstream media obsessing over who hacked what and President Obama trying to rewrite the history of his eight years of failures - in the real world, consumer confidence surged to a 15-year high in December and optimism spiked the most since 1980. Celente breaks it down.

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Trends This Week - Crybaby liberals can’t get over the election - 01.04.17

January 4, 2017

From blaming Hillary Clinton's loss on alleged Russian hacking to screaming "fake news, fake news" at every turn, liberals, aided and abetted by the mainstream media, just can't get over November 8. And, as Gerald Celente so powerfully points out, they're embarking on a fast-moving downward spiral.

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