In this exclusive video interview, Harry Dent explains why Aussie real estate is overvalued and how we could soon enter our first recession in 29 years
World renowned economist, Harry Dent is convinced that Australia is likely to be hit with a recession by 2022 at the latest.
Harry heads the independent research firm Dent Research, has appeared as a financial pundit on Good Morning America, PBS, CNBC, CNN and Fox News, and is a regular guest on Fox Business.
He’s also written numerous bestselling books over the past few decades, including The Great Boom Ahead in 1992, The Demographic Cliff in 2015, The Sale of a Lifetime in 2016 and Zero Hour in 2017.
The Rum Rebellion’s Greg Canavan sat down with Harry recently. And asked him for his frank views on the global economy — and Australia’s prospects — for the next 2–3 years.
In a brand new video, Harry reveals…
- Why Australia’s real estate is way overpriced and a major correction is coming…regardless of desperate government attempts to prevent the biggest real estate bubble in history form popping…
- Why China’s economy is the epicentre of a huge global financial bubble. China is Australia’s ‘best customer’ for exports. Harry explains why we’re vulnerable to the huge structural problems surfacing in their economy…
- Why the recent stock market boom is a deception and has never been more overvalued.
- Why he is convinced that the US stock market will crash within the next two years.
- Why shifting demographics around the globe could amount to serious trouble for the Australian economy in the long-term.
- Why India could be the new centre for economic growth in Asia…and why China’s growth rates are likely to remain low.
- Where gold is predicted to go in the next 12–24 months and where the biggest influence on its pricing will come from.
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