Blog/Basic Concepts

Efficient Market Theory vs. Behavioral Economic Theory

QUESTION: Hi,   Thanks for a great blog.    Mr. Armstrong,   I´d like to know your opinion for efficient market hypothesis. Theory states it is impossible to [...]

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What Is the Strength of the Dollar? Its People, Military, or Commodities?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, so many of these goldbugs really hate the dollar and they argue that since Nixon closed the gold window in 1971, the dollar’s [...]

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Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions & the Economic Confidence Model

QUESTION: Martin, Is there any conceptual common nonlinear resonance ground shared between the ECM and the underlying theory explaining LENR? JAJ ANSWER: Low [...]

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The Closed Mind Discovers Nothing but Bias

A number of people have been writing in to say how they just discovered the mathematical constant π (pi) in a quantum mechanics formula for the energy states of [...]

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Dr. Leo P. Kadanoff, Who Explored Phase Transitions, Died at 78

Dr. Leo P. Kadanoff, the physicist who explored phase transitions where matter transforms from one state to another, died at 78. His work brilliantly demonstrates [...]

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Twilight Zone Analysis

Some people are now claiming that investors remain trapped in “The Twilight Zone”, which they define as the transition period between the end of QE and the [...]

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TIME & PRICE

QUESTION: Marty time and price you always say are two separate forecasts. So reaching a price level means nothing unless it also meets the objective in time. So it [...]

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Civil Unrest, Revolution, & the Phase Transition Curve

Political corruption is everywhere, no matter what country we look at. Standing up for the truth will become increasingly prominent. This is part of the War Cycle [...]

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Quantitative Easing & the Illogical Conclusion

The ECB does not reveal in detail its QE and most people have no idea that its asset-backed securities (ABS) and covered-bond purchases are actually carried out by [...]

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Mathematics & Dark Age

We tend to judge far too much by our own times. What cannot be overlooked is the lack of mathematics following the Dark Ages. When numbers were Roman numerals, [...]

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