Global market meltdown is on; it’s sheer hysteria says Gerald Celente during heated exchange

Kitco News, Released on 3/12/20

The coronavirus was overhyped when it first broke out earlier in the year, and is now even more overhyped, said Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal.

Gerald Celente is a pioneer trend strategist and founder of The Trends Research Institute. He is the author of the national bestseller Trends 2000: How to Prepare for and Profit from the Changes of the 21st Century and publisher of the internationally circulated Trends Journal newsletter. Gerald Celente is a political atheist. Unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology or conventional wisdom, Celente, whose motto is “think for yourself,” observes and analyzes the current events forming future trends for what they are – not for the way he wants them to be. Gerald Celente has earned his reputation as “The most trusted name in trends” by accurately forecasting hundreds of social, business, consumer, environmental, economic, political, entertainment, and technology trends.

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Maybe it’s time for you to take some time off.

Farmer Paul

You’re suppose to see trends before others. You claim to be the leading trend forecaster in the world. We have a trend that a blind moron could recognize however you can’t see it.
Here are the facts: The total deaths from coronavirus is increasing at a rate of over 3 fold every 10 days. At that rate we’ll have over 300,000,000 dead before the end of June 2020. Don’t throw the tiny flu numbers in our faces when we have a trend occurring that will dwarf the flu kill rate.
You’d be more valuable to society as a Walmart greeter dude.


There were 250 deaths in the Lombardy region of Italy just today. 50% of the people in ICU are under age 60 in Italy. The death rate is 7%. This is the end of Gerald’s career.


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Over what? A virus that has thus far killed just over 5,000 worldwide and less than 100 in the United States? By contrast, tuberculosis, an old disease not much discussed these days, killed nearly 1.6 million people in 2017. Where’s the panic over this?