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2017 Outlook Report Provides an Overview of the World Economy

The 2017 outlook report provides an overview of the world economy by connecting the dots globally.  We have looked at the Trump Rally or Trump Bubble that [...]

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Video on Demand – 2016 World Economic Conference

      Link to download Saturday’s slides at end of video. NO SLIDES USED [...]

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Connecting the Dots – 2017 Overview

  The 2017 outlook report provides an overview of the world economy by connecting the dots. Included is a global table on the yearly level for all major world [...]

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2017 What Now

The 2017 Outlook

The 2017 outlook report provides an overview of the world economy by connecting the dots. Included is a global table on the yearly level for all major world [...]

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Now What for 2017

Prepare for the what will unfold by purchasing the “Now What — 2017” report. Written from a global perspective, this annual analysis includes chapters on the [...]

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Status Update on Socrates

QUESTION:  I am writing again to find out when and if the “Trader Level platform” will ever be released to the average follower and subscriber of the [...]

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DVDs for Xmas Gifts – Solution & Cycle of War

We just received a new supply of the 90-minute version of the Solution Conference in time for Christmas. This makes a great gift given the political changes that we [...]

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Inquiry Program Allows You Ask Questions

This will be one of the preloaded programs on the tablets that attendees will receive at the 2016 World Economic Conference in Orlando. This video shows you how to [...]

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Launching Socrates – New Payment System

We are planning to launch Socrates hopefully with the WEC in November. Because of the constant problems with PayPal getting fined for various things from deceptive [...]

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The Next Great Crisis

The next great crisis will have a greater impact than derivatives or failed banks. This is the knife through the heart of Marxist-Keynesian Economics – the [...]

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