Larry Edelson (1954 – 2017)
Larry was a modern day Nostradamus who remained actively involved in his research until his very last days. He was a deep thinker about the future and practiced what he preached.
While studying economic anthropology at Columbia University, Larry gained a unique perspective into the rise and fall of civilizations: how greed, fear, love and hate are cyclical and repetitive not only in individuals, but in groups and entire societies and civilizations.
Larry spent countless hours developing research tools and computer models to map these cycles and the patterns they forecast. He used these tools to help investors protect their money in the stock market crashes of 1987, 2000, and 2008. Just as important, he also guided investors through the rallies, helping them build wealth in good times and bad.
Over the next 5 years, Larry believed, markets will behave in ways most investors won’t expect, as waves of capital move to places of safety. Investors who understand this can protect and grow their money. Those who don’t, stand to lose everything.
This is why Larry established The Edelson Institute: to educate investors like you – investors who know the information they’re getting from the media and many advisors is suspect or downright wrong.
The Edelson Institute’s goals reflect Larry’s life’s work: to not only help you increase your knowledge, but to also help you make more money AND protect your wealth.
Recently by Larry Edelson
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