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Harry S. Dent, Jr.

It might be easier to describe what Harry is not.  He’s not a classic economist, blindly following the Phillips Curve or assuming that people make rational economic choices.  Harry is more of a renaissance man and entrepreneur, voraciously reading about history and current trends to develop his views of what comes next.

When Harry studied economics in college in the ’70s, he found it vague and inconclusive.  He chose the bedrock of accounting instead, because the numbers don’t lie. Relying on black and white data, he could quickly determine a company’s health and chart a course for success. His undergraduate studies led him to Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar and was elected to the Century Club for leadership excellence.

After Harvard he became a management consultant, helping businesses understand where they were, what obstacles they faced, and how to succeed.  He did this by weaving together research on people, technology, and markets. 

Since then, he’s spoken to executives, financial advisors and investors around the world. He’s appeared on “Good Morning America,” PBS, CNBC and CNN/Fox News. He’s been featured in Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Success, U.S. News and World Report, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, American Demographics and Omni

Harry has written numerous books over the years. In his book The Great Boom Ahead, published in 1992, he stood virtually alone in accurately forecasting the unanticipated boom of the U.S. economy in 1990s, as well as the multi-decade decline of the Japanese economy.  In 2016, Harry published, The Sale of a Lifetime,  where he reveals the secret behind many of the largest (and fastest!) fortunes in history out of great crashes that can create a profits windfall that will last you generations. 

Today, he uses the tools he developed from decades of research and hands-on business experience to offer readers a positive, easy-to-understand view of the economic future.


Rodney Johnson

Rodney has spent two decades researching how people spend money in predictable patterns, and then using that knowledge to estimate how our economy and financial markets will change in the years ahead. 

Rodney began his career in financial services on Wall Street in the 1980s with Thomson McKinnon, which was then acquired by Prudential Securities. He went through the management training program, learning all facets of the brokerage business from wire services to foreign exchange trading, and spent several years on a bond trading desk.  

He started working on projects with Harry in the mid-1990s. He’s regularly appeared on radio shows across the country and also been featured on CNBC, Fox News and Fox Business, where he discusses economic trends ranging from the price of oil to the direction of the U.S. economy.

He holds degrees from Georgetown University & Southern Methodist University.

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John Del Vecchio

John Del Vecchio is the author of three best-selling books. Unbounded Wealth, Rule of 72: How to Compound Your Money and Uncover Hidden Stock Profits and What’s Behind the Numbers? A Guide to Exposing Financial Chicanery and Avoiding Huge Losses In Your Portfolio. – The Stock Trader’s Almanac Book of the Year for 2013.

He is a forensic accountant at heart. Standing on the shoulders of the great David Tice, James O’Shaughnessy and Dr. Howard Schilit, he built a framework of algorithms and a multi-factor grading system, consulted for several billion-dollar investment managers and is a pioneer in the ETF business, co-founding one of the oldest actively managed funds on the New York Stock Exchange. Today over $450 million is managed using formulas he created.

John graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bryant College with a B.S. in Finance and was awarded Beta Gamma Sigma honors. He earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in September 2001.

He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Forbes, CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business.

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