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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.
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Gold: Perfect Timing Is Rare
By Brian Beaulieu on July 17, 2024

Gold is desired for many reasons, including Security, Status, Beauty, Utility, and Investment. The only reason contemplated here is investment. If you bought gold at the bottom in 2022,...

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Build a Financial Bunker For the 2030s: Have a Strong Tax Advisor
By Brian Beaulieu on June 20, 2024

We are looking at the fifth and final aspect of the Financial Bunker that we suggest you have in place by 2028-2029.

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Your Financial Bunker for the 2030s: Do Your Due Diligence on Foreign Bonds
By Brian Beaulieu on May 30, 2024

3 Reasons why you want to have a Financial Bunker Peace of mind going into a tumultuous time Positioning yourself to create wealth through the 2030s Cash is king at the bottom of a...

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Your Financial Bunker: Prepare for a Shift in Wealth Creation
By Brian Beaulieu on May 7, 2024

Last time the CEO Insights blog came out, we discussed the 3 Reasons why you want to have a Financial Bunker Peace of mind going into a tumultuous time Positioning yourself to create...

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Build a Financial Bunker Ahead of the 2030s
By Brian Beaulieu on April 4, 2024

3 Reasons Why You Want To Have a Financial Bunker Peace of mind going into a tumultuous time Positioning yourself to create wealth through the 2030s Cash is king at the bottom of a...

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Real Personal Income Is Rising
By Brian Beaulieu on March 4, 2024

The resiliency of the trend supports an upward bias to the GDP trend for 2024. The tight labor will play a role in keeping the income trend generally positive. Different dynamics are at...

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