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October 30, the scene was the ..., 1 Nov 2007 [cached]
October 30, the scene was the Los Angeles, CA, Convention Center, when Economist John Kamin gave predictions and forecasts for making money in 2007 and out to 2057.An overflow crowd required 2 additional wings to be opened.Kamin is the President of the Forecaster Moneyletter and author of 15 books on financial and monetary strategies.Kamin made some startling predictions.He expects a recession 2008 to 2010.His forecast is that the business slowdown will be accompanied by creeping inflation and continued dollar devaluation, a distinct departure from other economists.He told seminar attendees that the Federal Reserve should have raised interest rates, not lowered them!
Editor's Note: John Kamin, consulting economist, is editor of The Forecaster, 19623 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91356, 1 year, 40 issues, $180.
Coin or Numismatic News (5) - Coin News [cached]
Numismatic News Editor Dave Harper interviews John Kamin, economist and editor of the Forecaster Moneyletter. After introductions, Kamin recounts his former and interesting affiliation with the National Committee for Monetary Reform.
LA Trade Show Prompts Property Owner ..., 28 April 2000 [cached]
LA Trade Show Prompts Property Owner Questions , Business Advice , Outlook for 2001-2004 By John Kamin Property owners , managers , business people crowded into the South Hall of the Los_Angeles Convention Center , October 17 , 2000 to hear a number of prominent speakers , among them your Editor and Economist John V. Kamin.Many of the questions asked at this popular seminar , ( which ran 2 hours after being scheduled for less than 1 hour ) , are of widespread interest among Forecaster Moneyletter subscribers.We've brought the best to you in rapid-fire order.The seminar was sponsored by the AOA , The Apartment Owners Association of Southern California , a 12 , 000 member strong outfit composed mainly of those owning or managing , buying and selling multiple housing units , from owners of a simple rental house to duplexes and triplexes and up_to 100's of apartment units at a time.Speaker Kamin pointed_out that a change in the business cycle was imminent for 2001.
John Kamin is a Consulting Economist and publisher of The Forecaster , 19623 Ventura Blvd. , Tarzana , CA 91356 , ( 818 ) 345-4421 , $ 150 per year.For more money making ideas , order his latest book Active Money Strategies & Hidden Wealthbuilder Secrets For Young Adults : What They Were Afraid To Teach You In School.If They Ever Knew! $ 20 + $ 4 sh.Add $ 1.65 tax.95 pages.Forecaster Moneyletter publishes confidential reports about the future to benefit you , and makes decisions easier.It helps you profit , sidestep losses , enhance life-style , creates financial independence.Send for 10 issue trial , $ 100 value. . .only $ 49 when you mention the AOA.Mail check to : FORECASTER , 19623 Ventura.
By John ..., 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
By John Kamin
Editor's Note: John Kamin is editor of The Forecaster, published since 1962, 19623 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91356, (818) 345-4421. 1 year, 40 issues, $180.Kamin offers money-making ideas on gold and silver, rare coins, real estate, the economy, stock markets and other non-traditional "speculations."Special Trial Offer: 10 issues, $59.
Life in the 22nd Century, 3 Feb 1999 [cached]
The Forecaster Moneyletter Economist, John V. Kamin of Tarzana, California, goes extremely long term, or in his words, "Out on a limb" in making new predictions and forecasts in a confidential report to his subscribers (#23).Kamin, author of 15 books and publisher of the Forecaster for nearly 4 decades jokes "On Wall Street, long term thinking is the time between lunch and dinner."But he thinks that people really are interested in what will affect their offspring, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, and what moves to make now to help them prosper in the century ahead!He also reveals what will have little or no value in coming decades!Kamin acknowledges the problem by quoting John Meynard Keynes, Governor of the Bank of England, who said, "In the long run, we are all dead."But Kamin believes that you can do your descendants a great favor.E.G.He predicts that the population of the USA will be near 575 million people by 2101 A.D. Does that sound too high?Kamin believes his record, based on past forecasts, is far too conservative, and may indeed be as much as 50% too low.Kamin says there are certain things that are unpredictable, such as the effect of wars; mentioning US troops in the last 5 decades sent to Korea; Dominican Republic; Vietnam; Lebanon; Grenada: Persian Gulf; Haiti; Somalia; Yugoslavia; as well as other places.How about some more predictions.The Forecaster Economist looks back 1000 years to the end of the first millennium, where ordinary people had a life span of 29-33 years, marrying around 13, and becoming elderly and gray-haired before 30. (The wealthy did live better and longer, avoiding the dawn-to-dusk struggle for food, and wars that shortened peon's lives).But Kamin says, "Even 100 years ago, in 1900, the average USA life span was 49; by the time the Social Security Program began in 1934, it was expected that "most people would never live long enough to collect", since workers died an average of 6 months after retirement.The implications of increasing longevity are tremendous, points out the Forecaster Editor.By 1999, indicated USA longevity was 79, a little less for men, a little longer for women; Kamin expects that a baby born today may well see 2101.He points out that the fastest growing groups in the population are those aged over 90, and the second fastest growth group is those over 80.He expects longevity in the 90s and forecasts many more people living to 100 by 2101.
Kamin says that gasoline may cost as much as $30 per gallon, silver $500 per oz, and gold $1000s per oz due to the rapid expansion of printing press money around the world that loses purchasing power rapidly.
"Either way, I think you may be both startled and pleased by what you read," says Kamin."Those who do not study the future, and learn from the past, are doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past."Kamin is the author of the 34 Kamin's Laws that have been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, The Book of Lists.His latest book is Active Money Strategies & Hidden Wealthbuilder Secrets For Young Adults!
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