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Publisher's Summary

Harry S. Dent Jr., best-selling author of The Demographic Cliff and The Sale of a Lifetime, predicted the populist wave that has driven the Brexit vote, the election of Donald Trump, and other recent shocks around the world. Now he returns with the definitive guide to protect your investments and prosper in the age of the anti-globalist backlash.  

The turn of the 2020s will mark an extremely rare convergence of low points for multiple political, economic, and demographic cycles. The result will be a major financial crash and global upheaval that will dwarf the Great Recession of the 2000s - and maybe even the Great Depression of the 1930s. We're facing the onset of what Dent calls "Economic Winter". 

In Zero Hour, he and Andrew Pancholi (author of The Market Timing Report newsletter) explain all of these cycles, which influence everything from currency valuations to election returns, from economic growth rates in Asia to birthrates in Europe. You'll learn, for instance: 

  • Why the most-hyped technologies of recent years (self-driving cars, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, blockchain) won't pay off until the 2030s 
  • Why China may be the biggest bubble in the global economy (and you'd be a fool to invest there) 
  • Why you should invest in the health-care and pharmaceutical industries and pull out of real estate and automotive 
  • Why putting your faith in gold is a bad idea 

Fortunately, Zero Hour includes a range of practical strategies to help you turn the upheaval ahead to your advantage, so your family can be prepared and protected. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

©2017 Harry S. Dent and Andrew Pancholi (P)2017 Penguin Audio

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  • J Hunter
  • Silicon Valley CA USA
  • 01-01-19

Disappointed

Harry seems to have a few points. His arrogant sounding sidekick prattles incessantly on about a tortured web of cycles and historical events. So many cycles that it would be difficult to find a year free of one. Strikes me as junk science.

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Utter nonsense

I feel that I have wasted a part of my life listening to this book. The hubris of 'quoting' yourself at the start of each chapter should have been warning enough. If that wasn't enough the incessant drone of 'subscribe to my mailing list blah blah blah' at the conclusion of every chapter.

However, the book was recommended by a friend and I listened to this title on his recommendation. I wish I could ask for my credit back.

John Lee and Jonathan Todd Ross do a good job of reading the book and there I cannot find fault.

The content of the book is utter nonsense. The supposed cycles that these two have identified are baseless.

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this is his second book I listen to.

way of on dates, this book proves that you can always find patterns if you look where you want.
where there is summer there will be winter in other part in the world.
thing is he always focus on the winter to prove his point. no matter if its in US, UK ot Thailand.
its just economy, all the cycles and sunspots sounds BS.

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Tons of information

struggled to finish. too much information to take in. Advanced information. Not for investing novice

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I liked it but it had a lot of marketing material.

the information is very detailed lots of graphs can and breakdowns of those graphs. the information is very informative gives good reason a good details but there was a lot of marketing material for their website and their services.

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Great information

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of a cure, be prepared for what is coming

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  • Steve Parkinson
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Hindsight is wonderful.

It's easy to find cycles in retrospect but when predicting it is all to vague. A bit like Nostradamus. Finished the book but not impressed.