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"Underproduction, undercapacity, deflation, currency wars, demographics, falling birthrates" - these are the biggest concerns about the Crisis which Fourth Turning author, and head of Saeculum Research, Neil Howe lays out in this interview excerpt courtesy of Real Vision TV.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "The Return of the Spinster," which examines the growing population of unmarried and childless middle-aged women in the United States.
Financial Sense has published "The Gig Economy is Alive and Growing," a guest column by Neil Howe. Media reports disagree on the size of the so-called "gig economy," with some claiming it's a mere buzzword and others asserting this type of employment is more popular than ever. A hard look at the data supports the latter.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Another Day Younger And Deeper In Debt."
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Do The Fine Arts Have A Future?", which discusses the declining audience for museums as well as the fine and performing arts, particularly among younger generations.
Neil Howe shares “Another Day Younger and Deeper in Debt” with a new introduction by John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics. This “succinct, eye-opening essay” explains how two decades of rising levels of personal and household debt have shaped differences in debt levels and attitudes towards debt for each generation.
Neil Howe sits down with Cris Sheridan of Financial Sense for an update on The Fourth Turning, during which he predicts that America is in the midst of a rough stretch still to last for another decade.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Revisiting the Homeland Generation (Part 2 of 2)," analyzes childrens' media platforms, choices, and experiences, and how the content has been curated for Homelanders.
Neil Howe sits down for a special two-part edition of Hedgeye's Real Conversations to discuss politics, central planning, and Millennials. In part one, Howe breaks down how the 2016 Republican field stacks up to the current Democratic candidates and how the upcoming election will look compared to 2008.
Neil Howe sits down for a special two-part edition of Hedgeye's Real Conversations to discuss politics, central planning, and Millennials. In part two, Howe discusses what the Federal Reserve will probably do versus what it should do, what massive corporate earnings might actually represent, and which sector is responsible for positive GDP growth in the United States.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Revisiting the Homeland Generation (Part 1 of 2)," examining the current childhood experiences of the latest generation, the Homelanders.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Why Millennials Are Texting More And Talking Less," discusses the decline of phone calls and voicemail, and examines the rise of texting.
Neil Howe joins Rick Wiles of Tru News for a recap of The Fourth Turning and a discussion of its stunning accuracy.
Neil Howe sits down for a LinkedIn interview with Erico Matias Tavares centered around The Fourth Turning.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "The Boom In Disability Benefits," which investigates why the number of individuals receiving disability insurance has surged for decades.
On a special conference call, Neil Howe provides new insight into macro- and microeconomic trends and investing. He discusses why the Fed won't hike this year and why long-term rates will stay low; finding high returns in a still-lackluster homebuilding sector; ballooning health care costs; “poshtels” and their impact on the hospitality industry; the coming explosion in “home services”; and darkening prospects for cable TV.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Why Home Services Marketplaces Offer More Than Just Renovations," which analyzes the changing nature of the home services marketplace.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "What's Behind The Decline In Crime?", which examines social, environmental, and generational explanations behind the decades-long decline in crime.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Artificial Intelligence Paves The Way For Ambient Intelligence," which examines the development and growth of artificial intelligence, and its repercussions for daily life.
New in Neil Howe's Forbes column: "Will Anti-Aging Drugs Lead To A Brave New World?", which speculates about the implications of anti-aging drugs.