Blog/ECM

Agriculture Yield Elected Yearly Bearish Reversal

At the end of 2019, we obtained Yearly Bearish Reversals on crop production in many areas. This is lining up with the ECM and it is warning that weather is turning [...]

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ECM & the Rise in Intensity into 2032

COMMENT: A suggestion. I really think the annual Lobby Day in Virginia, scheduled for January 20, should be considered when discussing the turning point in the ECM. [...]

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ECM Day is Here

  The Economic Confidence Model has marked specific highs and lows in markets to the very day at times depending upon the shifts in capital flows. Why has the [...]

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ECM Updates

We will be providing updates this weekend given the ECM turning point, which appears to be extremely involved from Trump’s impeachment, Russian Constitution [...]

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Special Update this Weekend for Pro Level on Socrates

As we have reached the turning point for the conclusion of this 8.6-year wave, there is so much going on even politically it is mind-blowing. Everything from [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – The Turning Point

PRIVATE BLOG – The Turning Point Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, please [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – The ECM Turning Point

PRIVATE BLOG – The ECM Turning Point Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, please [...]

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Germany to Separate North v South by 2030

QUESTION: Martin, Following the recent State elections in Saxony, Brandenburg and Thuringia which reflected voter disillusionment and discontent with the CDU and [...]

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Public v Private Waves

QUESTION: Hi Marty. I am confused about the nature of the private wave we are currently in versus the public wave beginning in 1932. Does that mean governments will [...]

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Changes are Coming in 2020

QUESTION:  I have a question, you wrote : “Those in Europe who have a position in cash, it may be better to have shares or a private sector bond or US [...]

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