Top Trends for 2015 Forecast at Conference

Global forecaster Gerald Celente and his Trends Research Institute have announced an exciting one-day conference this December during which the institute’s trends forecast for 2015 will be unveiled, discussed and examined to determine how these trend lines will affect individuals, families, communities and businesses in the year ahead.

The event will be held Saturday, December 6, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the institute’s historic facilities in Colonial Kingston, NY, and will include breakfast, lunch and an evening reception.

The conference will showcase a series of forecasts for 2015, zeroing in on trends in economics, geo-politics, populism, aging, health, culture and other areas. Celente and guest speakers will lead a series of presentations and discussions designed to deepen our understanding of where the risks and opportunities lie in the year ahead.

The conference will also take a look back at the forecasts made for 2014, which included bold predictions about the dramatic expansion of Chinese investment in the US and across the globe; the widening gap between the haves and have-nots and what that increasingly means to our quality of life; the emergence of a Boomer Renaissance, as well as trends in investment, health care, aging and more.

As the institute has widened its network of analysts and created new content platforms, such as Trends Monthly and expanded multimedia content on, institute conferences have become a staple of the expanding services offered.

“Registration for our conferences are always made available first to subscribers,” said institute CEO Derek Osenenko. “We proudly use the backdrop of one of the most historic neighborhoods in the country to present our ideas and engage the creative minds of our subscribers, analysts and guest speakers.”

Two three-day conferences ­— one held in August and the other this October — attracted participants from across the US and several other countries. These gatherings are much more than a collection of presentations and workshops; each conference has a unique focus and program. And each feeds off the energies and insights of thinkers, innovators and artists who seek and value the truth as a means to improve their lives.

The December conference is the first single-day event at the institute. Every year, Celente makes detailed predictions for the year ahead. This year he will do so in front of a live audience and in a one-of-a-kind setting, engaging participants in dialogue and helping everyone walk away with a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

The winter edition of the quarterly Trends Journal will provide deep analysis of the top trends forecasts and include feedback from attendees and invited guests.

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