Interviews with Glenn Neely

August 2005

Listen as Glenn Neely shares his thought-provoking ideas on the future of the United States, world politics, technology, and more. In this rare interview, Glenn puts current trends into perspective and predicts future social and political developments - key ingredients impacting market psychology and wave patterns.

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How is NEoWave different than Elliott Wave?

Why NEoWave enables practitioners to gain a more consistent, long-term perspective on all markets. (1 1/2 minutes)

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Three controversial NEoWave predictions

A summary of Glenn's most sensational predictions, which all came true. (1 minute)

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Overview of Glenn's 1988 forecast

How major social and political changes will propel the Dow to 100,000 before the year 2060. (3 1/2 minutes)

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Wave-4 begins

The psychological environment that began in 2000 will impact market behavior until the year 2020. (1 1/2 minutes)

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An imperialistic United States?

How the United States will transition into a protectionist nation in Wave-4. (3 minutes)

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Why the U.S. income tax will change

Why inefficient systems like the current U.S. tax structure will change radically or be eliminated. (2 1/2 minutes)

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What will happen to the Federal Reserve?

Now that money is becoming a virtual concept, the way it is controlled will change. (1 1/2 minutes)

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What about China and Russia?

Glenn predicts diplomacy, not war, will emerge as the preferred method to settle international disputes. (3 minutes)

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Future economic prosperity

Glenn forecasts that around 2020 a mass increase in prosperity will begin, increasing living standards and social expectations for all. (1 1/2 minutes)

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In 2005, Glenn predicts real estate bust

The aspect of the U.S. economic system most at risk is real estate, due to mortgage loans with low or no downpayments. As a reminder, this interview was recorded August 2005. (1 1/2 minutes)

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What will happen to education?

Technology and specialization will cause a radical restructuring of the educational system. (2 minutes)

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Technology will create virtual classrooms

Highly evolved computer networks will allow virtual school environments that save travel time and expenses, but still offer interactivity. (1 1/2 minutes)

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Radical U.S. political changes are ahead

Decentralization, both through technology and a vast increase in the size of the House of Representatives, will create radical changes. Power will move away from Washington, D.C., returning control to local and state levels. (4 1/2 minutes)

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Dow 100,000 before 2060?

Markets progress on a logarithmic basis. What needs to happen for the Dow to reach this high-water mark in 5 decades? (4 1/2 minutes)

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