Blog/Armstrong Economics 101

Are Stocks and Gold Inversely Correlated?

QUESTION:  Mr Armstrong, is it true that stocks and gold are inversely correlated? ANSWER: No. That is not a correct statement. No relationship is static, other [...]

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The ECM Turning Point — Sept. 30/Oct. 1 — Guns & War?

The unleashing of Russian firepower in Syria in support of the Syrian government came precisely on the day of the Economic Confidence Model. I have come to learn [...]

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Democracy Is More Than A Right to Vote

The first thing government and the majority of academics try to hide is the business cycle for they argue only their policies will eliminate something that is part [...]

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Debt, Debt, & More Debt: 2015.75

The 1985 World Economic Conference Back in 1985, we warned that the Sovereign Debt Crisis would emerge on 2015.75. How was 2015.75 forecast so far back? This is pi; [...]

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Did Gold Survive the Depression?

Some people totally confuse gold and money. During the Great Depression, we were on a gold standard. During a decline, ALL assets will decline against whatever is [...]

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Believing in Nonsense

QUESTION: How can you refute all the evidence that there is global warming and climate change caused by man? ANSWER: First, you should not be reading this blog for [...]

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Global Warming/Climate Change Guide for Dummies

  QUESTION: Martin, Can you go into more detail about the time frame for global cooling, and its ramifications, what to do to prepare oneself etc… [...]

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Thinking & Understanding the Right Track

QUESTION: Martin, After many years of reading your work I thank you for improving my knowledge of all kinds. From reading your work I conclude the pi cycle has to [...]

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Why Money Need Not Be “Tangible”

COMMENT:  You said: “The wealth of a nation is the total productivity of its people. If I have gold and want you to fix my house, I give you the gold for [...]

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It is Interesting How People Define Labor as Communistic

It is fascinating how some people interpret “total productive capacity” as only brute labor and thus, communistic. This becomes their argument for [...]

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