Greatest Crash Ever: Avoid Equities and Housing Until 2024, Harry Dent Doubles Down

Stansberry Research, Released on 8/10/22

“This is the greatest financial asset bubble in history, there is no soft landing for this [economy],” claims Harry Dent, founder of “All the signs point toward a recession, and we’ve just finished the first of three major downturns in markets,” he tells our Daniela Cambone on the final episode of this year’s Summer Series. “We’re at the biggest demographic downturn in history,” Dent argues. He believes it is essential to flush out “bad debt,” and predicts trillions of dollars will be sold off in stocks, real estate, and commodities like gold. Dent contends that the Fed’s tightening measures, “will “fail faster than they think.” Dent says we’re approaching a once-in-a-lifetime crash, and urges investors to protect their assets moving forward while the suffering unfolds.

00:00 S&P 500 and Nasdaq crash
8:28 80%-90% correction to the market
11:00 Will the money printing keep the good times rolling?
14:04 Inflation Reduction Act
16:04 Is housing the best commodity?
17:52 Where is inflation heading?
19:30 The trend of bitcoin and gold
22:23 Timeline for gold and bitcoin bottom
24:08 Dent’s view on buying treasury bonds
25:07 Dent’s view on the U.S. dollar
27:00 Are we heading towards a digital dollar?
27:45 The future global reserve currency

Harry Dent is a Fortune 100 consultant, new venture investor, noted speaker, bestselling author, and the founder and senior editor at Dent Research, where he dedicates himself to identifying and studying demographic, technological, and geopolitical trends. He has a free daily newsletter at called “Survive and Prosper.” Mr. Dent accurately predicted Japan’s collapse in 1989, the dot-com bubble-bust in 2000 and the housing bust in 2006 to 2007 (among many other things). He’s written numerous books, including The Great Boom Ahead (1992), The Great Depression Ahead (2008), The Great Crash Ahead (2011) and The Demographic Cliff (2014). His most recent novels are The Sale of a Lifetime and Zero Hour.

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