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“I have worked in the highest level of U.S. politics and see a disaster in the making as the government employs endless stimulus plans and bailouts that destroy the very free market capitalistic system that has made it the richest major country in the world. Harry Dent adds the reality of aging societies and slowing demographic trends to show why such reckless debt-driven policies are certain to fail.”
—David Stockman, author of The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America
“Whether you know it or not, you are careening toward a demographic cliff. With this riveting book, esteemed economic forecaster and visionary Harry Dent has produced a must read for the next decade and beyond. It will keep you flying high while the rest of the world tumbles blindly through the turbulence.”
—George Gilder, author of Knowledge and Power, Wealth and Poverty, Microcosm, and Telecosm
“Harry Dent has drawn on his unique approach to demographic forecasting as a speaker at my events for twenty years. Over the last three decades, he has accurately predicted the 1990s surging markets, Japan’s twenty-year economic tailspin, and the U.S. market peak in 2007. His ability to help people understand, in simple terms, some of the most important forces that have helped shape our economy is invaluable. Read this book and find out what impact Harry believes demographics will have on our economy in the coming years.”
—Anthony Robbins, entrepreneur, author, and peak performance strategist
“In Endgame I outlined the global debt that makes a financial crisis inevitable. Harry Dent goes further and shows how a succession of demographic slowdowns following Japan and the United States will make the endless government stimulus plans doomed to fail. He even shows that real estate will not be the same again with rising sellers versus buyers. This is a must-read book for prospering in the debt crisis ahead.”
—John Mauldin, author of Code Red, chairman of Mauldin Economics, and editor of Thoughts from the Frontline and Outside the Box
HARRY S. DENT, JR. is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Great Depression Ahead (2009) among many other economic and financial books. He is the president of the H.S. Dent Foundation and founder of Dent Research, which publishes Survive and Prosper, Boom and Bust and The HS Dent Forecast. He has an MBA from Harvard, has consulted to Fortune 100 companies and many new ventures, and lectures widely. He lives in Tampa, Florida.
Great historical reference - brings out facts that I had at the time, but even more so. The book clearly points to the party or parties, that were responsible for the events and... Read morePublished 7 days ago by robert proctor
I like to look at a problem from many angles and so admire his research on demographics. Dent's points are well taken but I think there are many paths up to that cliff and we have... Read morePublished 12 days ago by esperino
If you want to understand why so many economists are puzzled by why things aren't working they way they expect them to, read this book.Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Liked it so well, that I sent out 5 more copies to my friends and family.Published 1 month ago by douglas wilson
This book was written 20 years ago, it's called the Fourth Turning. Nothing I have read here indicates this is anything other than a plagiarized version of that book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald Gillies
How are we expected to take seriously the forecasts of anyone who in 1999 writes a book about the great decade in the markets that we are about to experience calling for the DOW to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim
Harry Dent has been so accurate in his predictions for the past several decades. This book explains quite well the use of demographics in his models and explains how to best... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick Weitl