Blog/World Economic Conference
Posted Nov 9, 2022 by Martin Armstrong
There’s still time to join the 2022 World Economic Conference as a virtual attendee!
Allow our past attendees to tell you about their first-hand experiences:
“Martin is the “Einstein” of finance! His insight and knowledge of history is unsurpassed and put todays events in context with the history of mankind.” (Orlando 2021)
“Your cycles have helped us stay in business and saved our company’s from making mistakes the other have and since closed since the 80s.” (Orlando 2020)
“Excellent conference to understand the world interconnectivity, what is happening in the world/country and how best to prepare yourself and your family physically, economically and spiritually for the coming years.” (Orlando 2021)
“What you offer is exactly what I needed to make my trading super profitable. I have referred many people to you and everyone is happy! Thanks for all you do. You have enabled me to help others and do some good in this crazy world.” (Orlando 2018)
“Attending a Martin Armstrong WEC is always a highlight. I gain further global perspective on economics and markets, which empowers me to make even more profitable investment and business decisions.” (Rome 2019)
“Each WEC pays for itself – both in forecasting and in providing an accurate world view on a variety of topics from markets, politics, science, etc. – all free from noise, just the facts as seen through the eyes of Socrates!” (Rome 2019)
This year’s conference will be held from November 11-13, 2022. For the first time, we are offering two tiers of specialized ticket options for our virtual attendees as we understand travel has become increasingly difficult post-2020. Davos and the Future Investment Initiative may attract headlines, but the World Economic Conference provides an underground, behind-the-curtain look at the world economy in a completely uncensored way.
No other conference provides information based on analyses from AI software capable of tracking every market simultaneously. It simply is not possible for one person, or even a hundred people, to see the future as our computer does. I may be presenting the analysis, but none of it is my opinion. I am shocked at what our computer is projecting and take no pleasure in announcing the turmoil ahead.
As we head into this political abyss, we must respect the fact that capital is being driven by confidence. No single country can possibly afford to look at events only domestically. Everything we have been forecasting since 1985 is coming to a head and this is the final opportunity to learn what is to come in the volatile year ahead.