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A guide for protecting your wealth in an age of turbulent business cycles In Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Brian and Alan Beaulieu--the CEO and President of the Institute for Trend Research(R) (ITR)--offer an informed, meticulously-researched look at the future and the coming Great Depression. Drawing on ITR's 94.7% forecast accuracy rate, the book outlines specific, a A guide for protecting your wealth in an age of turbulent business cycles In Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Brian and Alan Beaulieu--the CEO and President of the Institute for Trend Research(R) (ITR)--offer an informed, meticulously-researched look at the future and the coming Great Depression. Drawing on ITR's 94.7% forecast accuracy rate, the book outlines specific, actionable strategies for capitalizing on cyclical opportunities and dodging economic danger. In this important resource, the authors reveal what it will take for individual investors and business leaders to prosper as the economy heats up prior to the predicted downturn, preserve wealth in the upcoming Great Depression, and profit on the way out of the depression. The imbalances and maladjustments have a while to play out and the authors pinpoint the investment opportunities to be had in the countdown period. The Beaulieu's examine the major economic trends at play, such as low interest rates, burgeoning government debt, and an aging population. They discuss which trends will last and what investors should do with this knowledge in order to thrive. The book also reviews the group of leading economic indicators that most consistently achieve reliable results for predicting where the economy is headed. Designed as a useful tool for investors, the book includes a working list of key trends, describes the upside potential of each trend, and explains the potential threat stemming from a particular trend. Understanding how to capitalize on these trends and knowing how to avoid the common pitfalls are the keys to creating a solid economic future for individual investors and business leaders. Contains the strategies for capitalizing on cyclical opportunities and avoiding economic dangers Offers an examination of major economic trends Includes information on the leading economic indicators that most reliably achieve results Shows how to preserve wealth and avoid the most common investing pitfalls This comprehensive resource offers guidelines for averting cyclical downturns and building on rising industry trends.


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A guide for protecting your wealth in an age of turbulent business cycles In Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Brian and Alan Beaulieu--the CEO and President of the Institute for Trend Research(R) (ITR)--offer an informed, meticulously-researched look at the future and the coming Great Depression. Drawing on ITR's 94.7% forecast accuracy rate, the book outlines specific, a A guide for protecting your wealth in an age of turbulent business cycles In Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Brian and Alan Beaulieu--the CEO and President of the Institute for Trend Research(R) (ITR)--offer an informed, meticulously-researched look at the future and the coming Great Depression. Drawing on ITR's 94.7% forecast accuracy rate, the book outlines specific, actionable strategies for capitalizing on cyclical opportunities and dodging economic danger. In this important resource, the authors reveal what it will take for individual investors and business leaders to prosper as the economy heats up prior to the predicted downturn, preserve wealth in the upcoming Great Depression, and profit on the way out of the depression. The imbalances and maladjustments have a while to play out and the authors pinpoint the investment opportunities to be had in the countdown period. The Beaulieu's examine the major economic trends at play, such as low interest rates, burgeoning government debt, and an aging population. They discuss which trends will last and what investors should do with this knowledge in order to thrive. The book also reviews the group of leading economic indicators that most consistently achieve reliable results for predicting where the economy is headed. Designed as a useful tool for investors, the book includes a working list of key trends, describes the upside potential of each trend, and explains the potential threat stemming from a particular trend. Understanding how to capitalize on these trends and knowing how to avoid the common pitfalls are the keys to creating a solid economic future for individual investors and business leaders. Contains the strategies for capitalizing on cyclical opportunities and avoiding economic dangers Offers an examination of major economic trends Includes information on the leading economic indicators that most reliably achieve results Shows how to preserve wealth and avoid the most common investing pitfalls This comprehensive resource offers guidelines for averting cyclical downturns and building on rising industry trends.

30 review for Prosperity in the Age of Decline: How to Lead Your Business and Preserve Wealth Through the Coming Business Cycles

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris Earley

    Good actionable content with a lot of numbers thrown at you.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Norm

    The book wasn't as good as I had hoped. I've been a multi-year subscriber to one of their services and I have had this book in my queue for a while. Unfortunately the authors don't understand inflation, what it real is and why the cause. Also the underlying theme from the authors lacks critical thinking, it comes off from a linear point of view in a vacuum. This was above all a disappoint. There are good points in the book such as useful game planning for business owners. It's prudent info. The book wasn't as good as I had hoped. I've been a multi-year subscriber to one of their services and I have had this book in my queue for a while. Unfortunately the authors don't understand inflation, what it real is and why the cause. Also the underlying theme from the authors lacks critical thinking, it comes off from a linear point of view in a vacuum. This was above all a disappoint. There are good points in the book such as useful game planning for business owners. It's prudent info.

  3. 4 out of 5

    nocturne89

    Beginner-friendly prospectus about why inflation is going to hit hard in 2030. Basically, aging population all around the world, generation of working people today is too small to shoulder the force of the needs for healthcare and social security. Combine that with mounting national debts, high taxes, higher unemployment, generations that do not remember inflation of the 70s = countries really not ready to solve this tough problem.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey Sadek

    This is a book for a specific time - 2014-2017ish. However, I appreciated the insights and perspectives of the authors. Well researched, well written.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robert Randant

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    Scott

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    Rick Keilhauer

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    John

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    Julie Rampello

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    Greg Kuhlman

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    Burton Johnson

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    Andy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kevin C

    Anyone under 60 should read this book - and then start making their plan.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ralph Wilton

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    Jay Buys

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    Jorge Mario

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    Colleen O. Daddario

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Dutton

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Unfortunately the first chapter of the book set a tone for the rest of the book. It reads like a sales pitch for the ITR leading indicator. Of course this is sold by the authors of the book. All of the first chapter is about how accurate the leading indicator is, with no indication of *why* this is important. It feels as if this first chapter should have been placed somewhere else in the book and was edited to be moved to the front. As a whole, the book seems like it could have been edited to ha Unfortunately the first chapter of the book set a tone for the rest of the book. It reads like a sales pitch for the ITR leading indicator. Of course this is sold by the authors of the book. All of the first chapter is about how accurate the leading indicator is, with no indication of *why* this is important. It feels as if this first chapter should have been placed somewhere else in the book and was edited to be moved to the front. As a whole, the book seems like it could have been edited to have a much smoother flow. Chapter breaks after often choppy and adjacent chapters relate only loosely. Making it past this editing, I believe there are some nuggets of goodness. I really enjoyed the second chapter which talks trends that happened in the past that we thought would never change. It also outlines some modern trends that they suspect will end even if it doesn’t feel that way right now. Later on, the authors appropriately paint a gloomy a picture of the future based on an aging demographic and United States enormous national debt. They also provide some ideas on how to work with those issues in your business. The latter half of the book feels like a number of individual essays placed together in the same spine. I think the central essay of that part is “protect your wealth in an age of turbulent business cycles” (from the back cover). It breaks down how to run your business in each phase of the cycle in a way to maximize the potential. This was good stuff. I thought this should have been the central thrust of the book but the disjointed chapters make it feel like it’s just another essay. I think some of my issue with this book is that it is aimed at business leaders who have an opportunity to really guide the direction of marketing and operations for their company. I am not in that position so it loses its relevance.

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