Survive & Prosper with Harry Dent
For over twenty years Harry Dent has been using known economic and demographic trends to predict major economic and market shifts with uncanny accuracy. If you know his work, you know that he’s helped a lot of investors save money and become wealthy by accurately forecasting major economic events over the years. While most economists focus on short-term trends… policy changes… technical indicators… elections – things that are volatile, unstable and can change from day-to-day – Harry focuses on long-term trends. Demographics. Business cycles. Human behavior patterns. Things that have demonstrated themselves over hundreds (even thousands) of years to be consistent, predictable and measurable. His research shows that the events of 2008 were just the “first rumblings” of...Read more a very real and profound economic cycle shift. And now a new economic cycle is unfolding. Harry calls it the winter season. In the years to come, Harry believes we’ll continue to see deflation, high unemployment as well as state and government bankruptcies. The Dow will find its bottom somewhere between 3,330 and 3,800. Gold will tumble, as will the value of most other assets. He regularly speaks to executives, financial advisors around the world and has appeared on “Good Morning America”, PBS, CNBC, and CNN/FN, has been featured in Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, EN, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Success, U.S. News and World Report, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, American Demographics and Omni, and is a regular guest on Fox Business’s “America’s Nightly Scorecard.” Harry has written numerous books including The Great Boom Ahead (1992) and The Great Crash Ahead (2011). Harry is also co-editor of several newsletters reaching over 65,000 subscribers, including Survive & Prosper, Boom & Bust and the H.S. Dent Forecast.
Harry Dent added the new article Spotting the Top: The End is Nigh for the Bull Market5 months ago
Harry Dent added the new article Equities.com Exclusive: Harry S. Dent, Jr. on the Coming Decade of Debt, Deflation and Volatility7 months ago