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One of the country's most informed economists, Alan Beaulieu is a principal of the Institute for Trend Research where he serves as President.
Since 1990, Mr. Beaulieu he has been consulting with companies who have a domestic and global perspective on how to forecast, plan, and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. He is also the Senior Economic Advisor to the NAW and the Chief Economist for HARDI.
Pronouncements from the Institute for Trend Research and/or Alan Beaulieu have appeared in/on: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Knight Ridder News Services, Business Week, Associated Press, The Washington Times, CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Sirius talk radio, KABC, NPR affiliate WLRN, and numerous other outlets.
Mr. Beaulieu has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars across the US to literally thousands of business owners and executives for the last 19 years.
Alan Beaulieu is co-author, along with his brother Brian Beaulieu, of the book MAKE YOUR MOVE, and has written numerous articles on economic analysis.
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- Prosperity in The Age of Decline: How to Lead Your Business and Preserve Wealth Through the Coming Business Cycles (2014)
- Make Your Move
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