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Brian Beaulieu

Brian Beaulieu has served as CEO and Chief Economist of ITR Economics™ since 1987, where he researches the use of business cycle analysis and economic forecasting as tools for improving profitability. Brian has shared his highly valued research results via presentations, workshops, and seminars in numerous countries to hundreds of thousands of business owners and executives for the last 38 years.
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3 Takeaways From the Bond Market Regarding 2022
By Brian Beaulieu on November 18, 2021

The Executive Summary for the November ITR Trends Report™ cited the bond market as one of the reasons why we expect the economy will grow, albeit at a slowing pace, in 2022. The charts...

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Buy Low ~ Sell High
By Brian Beaulieu on October 19, 2021

Think About Timing, the Position of Your Markets, and Five Other Considerations

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Where Is the Workforce?
By Brian Beaulieu on September 22, 2021

Let's examine two answers: College (likely to get worse) COVID (likely to get somewhat better)

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3 Important Questions to Answer Before Selling Your Business
By Brian Beaulieu on August 25, 2021

There are a myriad of factors that go into considering when to sell a business. Often, a primary goal is maximizing the after-tax cash considerations for the seller. We think an...

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3 Things to Consider as You Navigate Toward and Through 2022
By Brian Beaulieu on August 16, 2021

2022 is not going to be a replay of 2021. Trends are shifting. Business leaders need to be aware of those shifts so they can properly interpret them and plan for them. Otherwise,...

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4 Takeaways Regarding Our National Debt
By Brian Beaulieu on July 22, 2021

A change to the trend in our national debt, which would reduce the probable severity of the Great Depression in the 2030s, is unlikely.

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