The Collapse of ’09 – Top Trends 2009

In November 2007, Gerald Celente predicted “The Panic of ’08” as a Top Trend for 2008. So sure was Celente, that he secured the domain name, in November of 2007.

This November he predicts “The Collapse of ’09” as a Top Trend for 2009 and he has secured the domain name,

Last year, Celente’s Top Trends list said:

“In 2008, Americans will wake up to the worst economic times that anyone alive has ever seen. And they won’t know what hit them. Just as they were in a state of shock on 9/11, they’ll be frozen in fear when the Economic 9/11 strikes at the heart of Wall Street.”

The “Panic of 08” hit as predicted, and the Economic meltdown forecast came true when Lehman Brothers went bust, Merrill Lynch crashed, and A.I.G. was nationalized this past September.

He said:

“Dismiss this trend forecast at your own peril. If you believe everything will be all right, and that the ship of state is sailing along just fine, toss this out and go about your business.”

There is still time to prepare for “The Collapse of 09” that trend seer Gerald Celente predicts, and there is still time to plan for how to best survive the aftermath that will follow. (But not a lot of time.)

Forewarned is forearmed.

Alan Gray is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NewsBlaze Daily News and other online newspapers. He prefers to edit, rather than write, but sometimes an issue rears it’s head and makes him start hammering away on the keyboard.

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