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Author Dent, Harry S., 1950-

Title The great depression ahead : how to prosper in the crash following the greatest boom in history / Harry S. Dent, Jr.

Imprint New York : Free Press, 2009, c2008.

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Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Parsons Non-Fiction  330.973 D414    ---  Available
Edition 1st Free Press hardcover ed.
Description xvi, 376 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Includes index.
Contents The great crash of late 2009-2010, and the next great depression to follow -- The fundamental trends that drive our economy : demographic and technology cycles -- New geopolitical, commodity, and recurring cycles : with likely stock and economic scenarios for years and decades ahead -- The greatest bubble ever in real estate : the demographics of real estate, the greater credit crisis, and the likely depression scenario ahead -- Echo boomers continue to move to the Southeast, Southwest, and Rockies : opportunities for businesses, developers, and municipalities in the downturn -- Changing global demographic trends : the rising East and emerging world versus the succession of aging western nations -- The clustering of risks and returns : why traditional asset allocation strategies will fail miserably in the decade ahead -- Investment, business, and life strategies for the great winter : how to profit in a deflationary economy -- The political and social impacts of the next great depression : the coming revolution and "new deal" in the United States and globally.
Summary Renowned economic forecaster Harry S. Dent, Jr., explains that by 2010 rising oil prices and peaking generational spending will lead to a more severe downtrend for the global economy and individual investors alike. He outlines the critical issues that will face us and offers long- and short-term tactics for weathering the storm.
Subject Economic forecasting -- United States.
Population -- Economic aspects.
Investments -- United States.
Financial crises -- United States.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 2001-
ISBN 9781416588986
1416588981

 
    
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