Wednesday, August 20, 2014
In the 1990s I sat through several Harry Dent presentations at various financial conferences. Back then, touting one of his books, Dent predicted the Dow reaching 35,000. In a reversal, he is now warning of a Dow 6,000 - he has another book to sell! This CBS Money Watch article from 2013 shows how wrong Dent's guesses have been since the '90s. Dent is about as worthless as pessimist Peter Schiff. They can't even prove the saying that a broken clock is right twice a day, because apparently they are broken digital clocks, which are never right. Together, you can call their speculations dented pieces of schiff.