Gerald Celente is the Founder/Director of the Trends Research Institute and Publisher of the weekly Trends Journal magazine. He is the author of the highly acclaimed and best-selling books “Trend Tracking” and “Trends 2000” (Warner Books).

With a 40-year track record of identifying, tracking, and forecasting trends, Celente is world-renowned as today’s #1 Trend Forecaster. Celente has earned the reputation as a trusted name in trends for his many accurate forecasts; among them the 1987 Stock Market crash, Dot com bust, “Gold Bull Run,” the “Panic of ‘08,” the rise of organic foods, and the popularity of gourmet coffee long before Starbucks was a household name.

Celente, who developed the Globalnomic methodology to identify, track, forecast, and manage trends, is a political atheist. Unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology, or conventional wisdom, Celente, whose motto is “Think for Yourself,” observes and analyzes current events forming future trends for what they are – not for how he wants them to be.

A true American Patriot, Celente owns three pre-Revolutionary stone buildings on the most historic corner in America, where the seeds of Democracy were sown, Colonial Kingston, New York’s first Capitol.

Self-described as a “Warrior for the Prince of Peace,” Gerald Celente is also the Founder “Occupy Peace & Freedom,” a not-for-profit movement to honor the Constitution and Bill of Rights and restore Freedoms.

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  1. Barbara Duran Thatcher
    Barbara Duran
    @BarbaraDuran

    Good grief, James.  I made it 32 minutes into this interview but another five and I would have had to slit my wrists.  What a wretched man whose depth of analysis of U.S. Presidents was “He was a bag of [REDACTED],” and “Another bag of [REDACTED], that one.”  His “wisdom” consisted of “We must all unite.” 

    It was a disappointment that you offered no argument, or at least did not in that first half hour.

    I love you dearly but please take this fella off your date list.  Very amusing how much he hammered others for their outsized egos but couldn’t stop bragging about the famous people he knows or has known and how well received he’s been wherever he goes.   

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  2. Barbara Duran Thatcher
    Barbara Duran
    @BarbaraDuran

    I see I’ve been REDACTED (above) for using street slang to refer to feces.  How funny, when your guest used that and many worse terms nearly every sentence.  Let’s Go Brandon!

     

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