Blog/Basic Concepts

The Plague of One-Dimensional Analysis

The Blood Moon is a term that has been sometimes used to refer to four total lunar eclipses that happen in the space of two years. This is a phenomenon astronomers [...]

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World Economic Conference 1996 Major Forecast

Many people have asked how far do we may forecasts at our conferences. Here is a clip from the February 1996 World Economic Conference (WEC) forecasting the Dow [...]

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Mutual Funds versus ETF’S

  People are waking-up to the fact that they can substitute the expensive Asset Manager fees by doing it themselves. There are many ways but here we [...]

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How Small Events Can Cascade into Contagions

  COMMENT: Dear Martin Armstrong, This very unusual video about dominoes is 2½ minute and shows how a small domino can knock over big ones. I remember you [...]

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Can Anyone Really Save The Economy in a Crash?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Did anyone ever save the world financial system during the 1998 Crash or the 2008 Crash? Also, you said that government will never heed the [...]

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Dominoes – Key to Economic Survival

QUESTION: Marty; Will you be going over the type of monetary reform you see coming and how to position oneself for this and when it should arrive? What do you think [...]

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Socialism – Family Structure – Gold – Food

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; you said that socialism is collapsing and the West is most vulnerable because it changed the social structure and the family unit. Spanish [...]

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People Migrating South & Are Smarter than You Think

Birds are not the only creatures migrating south. In the United States, more and more people are leaving the highest taxes state and moving to lower tax states. One [...]

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Government Is Not Reason, It Is Not Eloquence — It Is Force

COMMENT: Mr., Armstrong, your solution video is splendid. What you say about government only interested in a crisis and not preventing anything makes perfect sense. [...]

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I live in a Commonwealth. They are trying to make my wealth common!

COMMENT: Sir,       Growing up in Kentucky, I remember one of my friend’s fathers always grumbling, “I live in a Commonwealth. They are trying to [...]

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