Trend Forecasts for 2010

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    Jan 13, 2010 8:57 AM GMT
    Gerald Celente, CEO of Trends Research Institute, the most respected trend forecaster in the United States, has released ideas of global trends developing over 2010.

    For a list of past accurate trends forecast by Celente and the TRI, click here:
    http://www.trendsresearch.com/forecast.html

    http://rt.com/Top_News/2010-01-12/celente-trends-2010-terrorism.html#






    For more videos on Celente's predictions, click here:
    http://www.benzinga.com/84137/trend-forecaster-gerald-celente-on-yahoo-tech-ticker-videos

    Trends Research Institute
    http://www.trendsresearch.com/index.htm


    Thoughts? Agree, disagree, undecided?

    What do you see happening in 2010?
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    Jan 13, 2010 5:54 PM GMT
    lots of dog wigs

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    tiny food

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    seamless, natural plastic surgery

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    Jan 13, 2010 6:05 PM GMT
    Anyone can predict negatives, if you make enough of them. Does this outfit ever predict major positives? The few I see are innocuous. The drumbeat of negativity is rather deafening, yes? Throw enough darts against the wall, and something is bound to stick. icon_razz.gif
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    Jan 13, 2010 7:17 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidAnyone can predict negatives, if you make enough of them. Does this outfit ever predict major positives? The few I see are innocuous. The drumbeat of negativity is rather deafening, yes? Throw enough darts against the wall, and something is bound to stick. icon_razz.gif


    It's a general trend forecaster, if you look at their list of previous forecasts, it's not just negative geopolitical forecasts, but consumer trends, etc. If the trends are positive, that's what's reported, if negative... well... that's what they report.

    The New York Times and other rags have accused Celente of pushing "pessimism porn", to which he retorts that it's not pessimism porn, he just isn't pushing "optimism opium" like the news networks do.

    So I guess it depends upon your personal perspective whether or not it is a "drumbeat of negativity" or if it is ... reality.



    [oh and p.s. - I lol'd at the plastic surgery... and then shuddered in terror. that's disturbing]