Alan Beaulieu

President, ITR Economics

One of the country’s most informed economists, Alan Beaulieu is a principal of the ITR Economics where he serves as President. ITR predicts future economic trends with 94.7% accuracy rate and 60 years of correct calls. In his keynotes, Alan delivers clear, comprehensive action plans and tools for capitalizing on business cycle fluctuations and outperforming your competition--whether the economy is moving up, down, or in a recession.

Since 1990, he has been consulting with companies throughout the US, Europe, and Asia on how to forecast, plan, and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. Alan is also the Senior Economic Advisor to NAW, Contributing Editor for INDUSTRYWEEK, and the Chief Economist for HARDI.

Alan is co-author, along with his brother Brian, of the book MAKE YOUR MOVE, and has written numerous articles on economic analysis. He makes up to 150 appearances each year, and his keynotes and seminars have helped thousands of business owners and executives capitalize on emerging trends. 

Prior to joining ITR Economics, Alan was a principal in a steel fabrication company and also in a software development company.

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Apr 11, 2014

France is Catching On

Statements made by France’s new Prime Minister, Mr. Manuel Valls, about a necessary shift away from the higher taxes and increased government....More
Apr 10, 2014

Examining CEO Wages

While headlines proclaim multi-million dollar salaries for CEOs, a deeper look at the data on CEO wages reveals a different picture....More
Apr 07, 2014

A Closer Look at the Job Numbers

Despite disappointing reports in broadcast media, the overall job numbers are very consistent with our projection of ongoing growth in consumer....More
Mar 27, 2014

A Strengthening Hand in the EU

While the Euro Zone shows improvement in its current account surplus, the US lags behind but still shows a positive trend in current account balance....More
Mar 20, 2014

A Look at February Factory Output

While the February US Total Manufacturing Index bounced back nicely from a disappointing January, a slower rate of rise is likely in the latter half....More
Mar 13, 2014

China: Spending Too Much

Credit and spending problems in China suggest that its economy will be less vibrant in the years to come. Be careful of your investments and of the....More
Mar 07, 2014

Employment is Climbing

The February employment data shows employment climbing. This data along with the recent uptick in other leading indicators tell us we should all....More
Mar 05, 2014

The Economic Impact of the Situation in Ukraine

While the situation in Ukraine remains a political issue, it is unlikely to develop into an economic one, both globally and for the US specifically....More
Feb 28, 2014

Camp's Tax Reform Plan

Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Dave Camp’s plan should serve as a realistic beginning to a long and necessary process of tax reform....More
Feb 26, 2014

A Tough January in the Housing Industry

January proved to be a tough month in the housing industry as new construction and existing home sales saw decline, an early indication that the....More
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