Blog/Armstrong Economics 101

Where Does the Future Lie?

QUESTION:  Are you more worried about a 1984 esque future or A Brave New World esque future? ANSWER: Unfortunately, the two go hand in hand. George Orwell simply [...]

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The Interconnected Fractal Nature of Everything Causes Negative People to Lose Everything

QUESTION: Marty, you have said since the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ took out last year’s low and the Dow did not, it does not necessarily imply the Dow must [...]

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Primitive Analysis Hard at Work

  The usual domestic analysis has its usual blinders on like a horse pulling a carriage in Central Park. Typically, this analysis blames everything on the Fed [...]

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Space Time – The Chicken or the Egg?

Fabric of Space Time QUESTION: Dear Mr.Armstrong, Do you think of cycles and time as the same thing and interchangeable? Is it time that defines the architecture of [...]

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It’s Pi Day

A very quick and easy approximation for π is 22/7 = 3.1428571… But as you can see, 22/7 is not exactly correct. In fact, π is not equal to the ratio of any [...]

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Instructional Videos

Above is an instructional video on Benchmark Cycles and how they differ from normal cyclical calculations. For future reference, this video can be found under our [...]

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Instructional Video: Reversals & 1% Rule

Above is a short instructional video on the 1% rule with our reversal system model. For future reference, this video can be found under our “Models” [...]

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The Central Bankers Are Crazy & Public is Out Of Its Mind – Where’s the Beef?

The central bankers are simply crazy, not evil. They are trying to steer the economy by utilizing this simpleton theory that if you make something cheaper, someone [...]

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Instructional Video: Slingshot Moves

Above is an instructional video example explaining slingshot moves and their timing For future reference, this video can be found under our “Models” [...]

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Earthquakes and Intensity

QUESTION:  I thank you for including in your studies even the most intricate of historical information…your work has been fascinating to watch. In regard to [...]

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