The Coming Great Depression - Part 1

By Alan Beaulieu on May 21, 2019

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With a reputation as an accurate, straightforward economist, Alan Beaulieu has been delivering award-winning workshops and economic analysis seminars across the world to thousands of business executives for the last 30 years.

In this post, ITR Economics President Alan Beaulieu describes ITR's upcoming special-edition webinar, "The Coming Great Depression," which he will co-present July 18 with ITR CEO Brian Beaulieu.

After an update on the causes for the upcoming Great Depression, Brian and I will quickly go into how to prepare your business and your family. An economic depression can increase your wealth dramatically if you know it is coming and when to make your move.

The road to the Great Depression will be interesting in and of itself, with many opportunities and changes presenting themselves. Business leaders need to be planning now for those changes, as we all seek to maximize profit and enterprise value.

We will have a lot of opportunity to grow and thrive in the 2020s, and then, if we are ready, we can grow even more in the 2030s. This is not a one-size-fits-all approach. We will discuss how the various generations can succeed in this time period.

Special Sneak Peek:

A lot of people use the stock market as a key indicator, and it has its place in that regard. More importantly to all of us, our wealth and futures are to varying degrees tied to equities. Brian and I will be providing an early look at our new stock market leading indicator. It is still in testing and therefore not yet available for use, but we want to make sure attendees have an early look at what it is saying and see its potential. We are excited about this new leading indicator as it joins our other proprietary indicators that guide our analysis and lead to our forecast accuracy. 

Alan Beaulieu

Want to learn more? Click here to register for our webinar on July 18, 2019!


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