The Roaring 2000s Investor

Strategies for the Life You Want

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THE GREAT BOOM IS HERE

In the New York Times bestseller The Roaring 2000s, Harry S. Dent, Jr., forecast a booming market that will continue to rise through the first eight years of the twenty-first century. Now in The Roaring 2000s Investor, Dent turns his uncanny ability to see our economic future to the specific strategies you can use to get the life you want -- now and for the rest of your days.
Whether you are planning to retire in ten years or forty, looking for a larger home or a smaller one, planning to put several children through college or planning for life after they have graduated, you will find what you are looking for in The Roaring 2000s Investor, including information on:

  • The Ultimate Portfolio Strategy for the Roaring 2000s
  • International Trends in Developed and Emerging Countries
  • Deflating the Inflation Myth
  • Why You May Need a Financial Advisor and How to Find a Great One
  • The Truth About Taxes
  • Targets for the Dow and NASDAQ by 2008

The ultimate goal of The Roaring 2000s Investor is to give investors personalized and effective financial planning advice that fits their specific needs and allows them to achieve their highest life goals through the great boom of the next decade -- and the hard times that Dent predicts will follow.
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Book Details:
  • Free Press | 
  • 240 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780684862316 | 
  • October 2000
List Price $21.00

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Chapter One: A Lifetime Planning and Investment Horizon Today

When I first published The Great Boom Ahead in late 1992, most experts and people felt the long-term prospects for our economic future were dim at best. Bankruptcy 1995 was the bestselling book of the times. Similarly, I published The Roaring 2000s in early 1998 just as the markets were about to take their biggest correction since 1990 and the developing world was falling into a severe recession. I predicted a correction in the Dow to the 7200 to 7600 level by August to November of 1998 on page 292. In that book I was even more bullish, projecting a Dow as... see more

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