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APA Citation

Celente, Gerald. & Milton, Tom.  (1990).  Trend tracking : the system to profit from today's trends.  New York :  Wiley

MLA Citation

Celente, Gerald. and Milton, Tom.  Trend tracking : the system to profit from today's trends / Gerald Celente with Tom Milton  Wiley New York  1990

Australian/Harvard Citation

Celente, Gerald. & Milton, Tom.  1990,  Trend tracking : the system to profit from today's trends / Gerald Celente with Tom Milton  Wiley New York

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  | title=Trend tracking : the system to profit from today's trends / Gerald Celente with Tom Milton
  | author1=Celente, Gerald, 1946-
  | author2=Milton, Tom
  | publisher=Wiley
  | language=English
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