Last week, when Larry Edelson began his video to announce his shocking forecasts for 2015-2020, he created an uproar here at our Weiss Research headquarters. So many people jumped online to watch him that all our servers crashed. What exactly are Larry’s forecasts. To best answer these questions, I decided to do something I rarely do: I hopped on Skype, called Larry in Bangkok, and conducted an unscheduled in-depth interview (transcript below). Larry Edelson’s Shocking Forecasts for 2015-2020. (Transcript, edited for clarity and brevity). What you’ve been saying is happening, and you’re becoming increasingly well known for the accuracy of your forecasts. You correctly warned of the great stock market crash back in 1987, the tech wreck in the late 1990s, the real estate bust of 2007, the stock market crash of 2008, and nearly every one of the major moves in stocks over the past three decades. Then there’s gold, the first market where you earned a reputation for forecast accuracy. You urged our readers to buy gold aggressively when it was under $300. And you also told them to close out their positions just within a couple of weeks of the exact top in 2011. What would you say is the key to your forecast successes. But most people underestimate how deep that runs. They underestimate how regular and strong our habits are, how predictable our mood swings can be, and how those patterns pervade nearly every move in financial markets of any significance. Markets are bipolar. They swing from extreme optimism to extreme pessimism, back to extreme optimism. The key is that those swings are distinct, regular, rhythmic, quantifiable, and , for the most part, predictable. Start with the father of cyclical research, Nikolai Kondratieff. Under Stalin, he studied the Western — and the Soviet — economies. So he sent Kondratieff off to Siberia and later had him executed. But, lo and behold, the Soviet system did collapse. Next, fast-forward to Edward R. Dewey in 1930-31, Chief Economic Analyst at the Commerce Department in President Hoover’s administration. Dewey became extremely interested in cycles to help Hoover find the true cause of the Depression. So he painstakingly researched everything from cycles in nature to cycles in commodities, business inventories and more. He found two cycles that could best forecast. Source: Money and Markets - Financial Advice | Financial Investment Newsletter
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