Gerald Celente Predictions for 2010, Trends Research Institute
Gerald Celente is back with his predicitions for 2010 and many people think that Gerald Celente from the Trends Research Institute says a lot of things that come true and that he accurately predicts what will happen.
Unfortunately Gerald Celente seems to think that 2010 is not going to be the year for America either.
He predicts another attack like the magnitue of 9/11 because other countries don't like the United States foreign policy. He says that people who live in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan will want to get revenge against America for what they have done to their countries.
He also predicts that Israel may attack Iran to take out their nuclear facilities, and that the U.S will try exerting more sanctions against Iran.
Gerald Celente says this could be the beginning of World War III. He says no one can wipe out Iran, if they think they can they better read up on their persian history and realize that they have been around a long time and they are not going anywhere.
Gerald also talks about what he calls 'The Crash of 2010' where the Stimulus money will run out and interest rates cannot be lowered any more. Gerald says you need a productive capacity and not just print more money.
Celente says that there will also be an elegance trend, where quality is going to reign supreme, whether that means in the way you dress or in the style of entertainment, people are going to take more pride in the way they look and act, and bigger won't necessarily be better.
Another trend he discusses he calls 'not welcome here', which means that due to the exploding population there is now not enough jobs and not enough resources to go around, and so countries will start kicking out illegal immigrants when jobs become scarce and countries can't handle everyone who lives there.
'Shape Up America' is another trend Gerald speaks of, which is where he thinks everyone is going to get healthier, slim down and tie in to the elegance trend he mentioned earlier.
Have a listen yourself and see what you think of Gerald Celente's predictions for 2010.