For many years, ITR Economics has been forecasting that a second Great Depression will occur in the 2030s. The road to the Great Depression will be consequential in and of itself, with many opportunities and changes presenting themselves. Business leaders need to be planning now for those changes, as we all seek to maximize profits and enterprise value.
What trends are contributing to this forecast? How should businesses prepare throughout the 2020s? Are there any factors that could change this forecast? Check out our resources to learn more about how this economic event will impact the globe.
- 1930s Great Depression vs 2030s Great Depression: Similarities and Differences
- Understanding the Timeline: 2022 - 2030s
- 2008 Great Recession vs. 2030s Great Depression: Similarities and Differences
- Top 5 Causes of the 2030s Great Depression
- The Next Great Depression: Frequently Asked Questions
- Five Ways Kids Can Prepare for the Great Depression of the 2030s
- The Great Depression & Demographics
- Leading Forecaster Predicts 2030 Global Depression - Financial Sense
The Coming Great Depression: Impact of Pertinent Trends a Year Into the Pandemic
July 22, 2021 | Presented by ITR Economics CEO Brian Beaulieu and President Alan Beaulieu, live from Studio A
ITR Economics’ call for a Great Depression in the 2030s remains in place. The causal factors pertaining to that outlook have increased, not decreased, as a result of the pandemic. Our updated analysis indicates we don’t need to change the projected timeline, but there are road signs to watch for. We are going to talk about the causal drivers and the timeline at this webinar.
Prosperity in the Age of Decline (2014)
By ITR Economics CEO Brian Beaulieu and President Alan Beaulieu
In Prosperity in the Age of Decline, Brian and Alan Beaulieu offer an informed, meticulously researched look at the future and the coming Great Depression. Drawing on ITR Economics' 94.7% forecast accuracy rate, the book outlines specific, actionable strategies for capitalizing on cyclical opportunities and dodging economic danger. In this important resource, the authors reveal what it will take for individual investors and business leaders to prosper as the economy heats up prior to the predicted downturn, preserve wealth during the upcoming Great Depression, and profit on the way out of it. The imbalances and maladjustments have a while to play out, and the authors pinpoint the investment opportunities to be had in the countdown period.