Gerald Celente

He Holds The Secrets

About Gerald Celente
Trends research analysis expert, futurist, keynote speaker, and Institute Director, Gerald Celente is trusted by many large corporations as the foremost authority on trend forecasting, research, and analysis. He is the author of Trends 2000 and publisher of the Trends Journal®.

Published and documented evidence proves that his institute has produced the most accurate, timely and comprehensive forecasts. Gerald Celente's extensive range of knowledge and expertise makes him a favorite of major media. They call on him for unique perspectives on the current events forming future trends. He is the world's only analyst who covers 300 diversified trends fields. 

As the world leader in trend forecasting, Celente, with the combined resources of his trends institute, will analyze ALL the trends affecting you. His presentations and research put your marketplace into perspective and puts you on a proactive path to profit.

Each presentation zeroes in on hidden opportunities. Celente delivers strategies to CREATE and accurately TARGET products and services to meet the changing needs of the marketplace. Gerald Celente confers with you and your colleagues to identify your interests and concerns. He analyzes this information and assesses the impact of emerging trends that will affect your industry or profession and give proactive recommendations on how to profit change.

His up-to-the-minute analysis on a broad spectrum of topics is sought by the media:

The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, 48 Hours, The Oprah Winfrey Show; cable and radio news including CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, PBS, BBC, MSNBC, CNBC, National Public Radio, Canadian Radio Systems; newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, USA Today, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Time, Business Week, Financial Times, U.S. News and World Report, Investors Business Daily, The Economist, and other major media domestic and world wide.

Gerald's Most Recent Trend Forecasts

  • "Dot Com This"
     He pinpointed the date Nasdaq would crash five months before it happened. (Trends Journal, Fall Issue, 1999) 

  • "Going for the Gold"
    When gold was at $275 per ounce, he said Buy! (Trends Journal, Winter Issues, 2002) Gold is now $325.

  • "Recession Proofing®" - He said the nation was in recession and advised taking protective measures, while "analysts" were saying there was no recession, advising to buy stocks (Trends Journal, Winter Issues, 2001)

  • "Ugly Americans" - Several months before 9/11, he wrote that "A wave of Anti-Americanism will sweep across the globe..." (Trends Journal, Winter Issue, 2001)

  • "Dead Bull" - "The great bull market of the 1990s is over,' he said, while the popular spin was to tell you to go "bottom fishing" for depressed stocks. (Trends Journal, Fall Issue, 2000)  

A few of the trend forecasts made by Gerald Celente:

                                                              

Dollar Down, Gold to Soar ...........................................................
Cyberworld TV ................................................................................
Real Estate Fizz ............................................................................
Alternative Energy Biz to Boom ..................................................
Recession 2007 .............................................................................
US to Lose Iraq War (one month before war began) ...................
Go for Gold - Beginning of gold bull market .................................
2001 Recession................................................................................
A Dot-Com correction by the second quarter of 2000..................
October 1997 Pacific Rim currency crisis.....................................
August 1998 Russian economic collapse.....................................
On-line shopping revolution.............................................................
October 1987 world stock market crash........................................
Demise of the Soviet Union.............................................................
Spirituality/new age trends...............................................................
Increased international and domestic terrorism............................ Home-office trends...........................................................................
1990 Recession: length and depth.................................................
Interactive education/distance learning..........................................
Downsizing, outsourcing and temporary work force.....................
Gourmet coffees and micro-brews.................................................
Clean water market opportunities...................................................
The clean foods/organic trend.........................................................
Anti-Globalization trend....................................................................
The great outdoors/back-to-basics trend.......................................
Casual dress trends..........................................................................
Voluntary Simplicity...................................................... .....................
"Previewing" - trend driving helth/fitness/nutrition..........................
Home-health care market growth....................................................
The "Millennium Generation" -- the trendsetters............................
Alternative-complementary medicine.............................................
Rise of deep discount and warehouse shopping..........................
Green marketing...............................................................................
Increase in Halloween retailing........................................................
Baby boomers to buy second homes.............................................
Big move to small towns...................................................................

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"In a word, Celente is fantastic! We have looked long and hard for a practical futurist. Gerald was able to deliver us a no-nonsense look into what to expect in our industry over the next few years." 

                                                            Bank of America

"Effective utilization of trend tracking methods can place a company on the cutting edge of competition. Celente has shown us how we...can apply this knowledge to better serve our customers."

                                    Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

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