Blog/Armstrong Economics 101

American Pharoah – First Triple Crown Winner Since 1978 on a 8.6 Frequency

Believe it or not, I was at a family gathering and overheard some relatives discussing the Triple Crown. They said no one had won since 1978. I did the wave math in [...]

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The Link Between Inflation & Interest Rates

QUESTION: Hi Marty, The reason central banks like to have inflation, is because they get to reduce the effective value of their respective national debts over time. [...]

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Velocity of Money

The decline in the VELOCITY of money is rather alarming. On the one hand, it reflects the declining liquidity within the marketplace from the rising trend of [...]

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How to Survive a Banking Crisis

Many in Spain are starting to figure out that the only way to survive is to get your money out of the bank. Accounts can just be frozen as they did to [...]

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The Schema Frequency

There are actually three dimensions to the Economic Confidence Model and no, I have never published the third for security reasons. This is the dimension that [...]

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The Money-Debt Paradox

QUESTION: Dear Martin, if bonds are beginning to crash in 2015.75 , is there anything that prevents central banks from printing even more money and buying bonds as [...]

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It’s All Connected – Just Open Your Eyes

COMMENT: Hi Marty, I must say your analysis of the dow for the last six months is simply mind blowing. Everything you said has been accurate. You are right that [...]

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Why Many Economists Refuse to Believe That the Future Can Be Forecasted

When I was in school, it became obvious that there were real sciences, and then there were “social sciences” based on opinions. In physics class, you [...]

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You Can Do Anything If You Do Not Think of the Consequences

I had a very interesting discussion with a top investigative journalist in Germany who was different from most. The journalist inquired, “How could you advise on [...]

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Nyenrode University

Yesterday, I spoke by invitation at the prestigious Dutch Nyenrode Business University, situated on a 13th century estate with its own genuine castle, moat, and [...]

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