In Tuesday's notes, I pointed to a recent radio interview with Trends Journal editor, Gerald Celente at the Financial Sense Newshour.
I found the interview so worthwhile that I wanted to highlight it again in its own post. I'm sure those of you who are interested in the shape of things to come, economically and culturally speaking, will find it a worthwhile listen as well.
FSN host Jim Puplava starts off by noting the accuracy of Celente's prediction regarding the "Panic of '08", but it's not his predictions or forecasts that really interest me. It's his no nonsense take on what's happening right now that impressed me most.
Listening to the broadcast, I was struck by Celente's willingness to discuss current realities in a way that most media stand-bys won't. Check out his thoughts on taxation and the "squeezing of the little guy" to hear exactly what I mean. I think you'll find the honesty and clarity refreshing.