The Roaring 2000s Investor

Harry S. Dent, Jr., is a market forecaster who successfully predicted back in 1988 (while others were anticipating doom) that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would surpass the 10,000 mark by the year 2000. In his previous bestseller, The Roaring 2000s: Building the Wealth and Lifestyle You Desire in the Greatest Boom in History, Dent projected market trends through the year 2008. His predictions in that book have had an uncanny accuracy of which many market watchers now take note.

In The Roaring 2000s Investor, Dent offers specific information and strategies to help investors capitalize on this extended market boom and then adjust during the hard times he expects to follow. His main goal is for average investors to reap the benefits of a financial planning process that helps them meet their specific needs and allows them to achieve their financial objectives.

In this concisely-written book, Dent identifies which sectors of the United States economy he expects to outperform all others in the coming years. He also points out opportunities for gain by taking advantage of changes on the international scene. His forecasts incorporate a wide range of realistic inputs for such factors as inflation, taxes, and college and retirement costs. 

Harry S. Dent, Jr., formerly a consultant for Bain & Co., the noted private equity investment firm, heads his own company, which provides economic forecasting and investment strategizing services to the country’s leading financial advisors.


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