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Trends 2000: How to Prepare for and Profit from the Changes of the 21st Century Paperback – January 1, 1998
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Celente's books are not for the average, Joe Sixpack, reader; in a way this book, and its predecessor, are an intelligence test.
To digest all of this information a certain knowledge and grasp of recent history is essential. The book is totally contextual; readers in cultures far from the USA may find it bewildering, at best.
I cannot say that I "liked" this book, but I certainly have the highest regard for the depth and variety of the effort. After all, does one ever "enjoy" most serious reference texts? (OK, all you molecular scientists out there, you don't count.)
Anyone prepared to spend a few thoughtful hours pondering what to make of the next thirty years or so will find this a fascinating addition to his library.
Curtis B. Wayne, Architect
My review is a lot like this book. There is no guarantee it's going to work for you. There is no guarantee that if you buy a stock based on this book that the company won't go bankrupt tomorrow.
But look at another trend he talked about... "picture phones..." they are starting to be seen EVERYWHERE. Once the technology is common enough, you'll see them for cheaper. The thing is, the people who are investing in that trend have already made their money. You just have to buy the right stock and hope that it really catches fire.
My advice--earn money the old-fashioned way... through the long, slow process of conservative investment.
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Gerald Celente, of Trends Research, is a Seer. He has the forward thinking ability to spot trends before most others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sage
As with my comments on Trend Tracking, Gerald Celente is the absolute BEST in this field! Info contained within the covers of this book are pricelessPublished 6 months ago by Trustee
He gets some things right, and others not so spot on. I don't think it's that difficult to make predilections about the future. Read morePublished 17 months ago by KennyG
Great Author and seems to be very knowledgeable. Even if you disagree
with his advice I think you will like the delivery he makes. They truly
are trends for the future.
Gerald Celente has been spot on the money since publishing this book! The forecasts, although being foretold in a narrative and apocalyptic way, has an eerie resemblance to how... Read morePublished on April 25, 2011 by Why Cee
That old joke rings true with "Trends 2000." The author deserves great credit for putting his neck, and thoughts, in writing in the attempt. Read morePublished on March 19, 2009 by G. Stelzenmuller
The author is great. Predicting the current economy, what is coming and some tips on how to deal with it.Published on February 18, 2009 by Trudy Erickson
This book has some very insightful "Trendposts" as the author refers to them. One example was "the newfocus on health will become a powerful trend, creating both... Read morePublished on March 25, 2000 by Gina Hinds