Blog/Understanding Cycles

The Bright Future

We have a group of geriatric people 80+ attempting to seize the world and rush this Fourth Industrial Revolution, probably in hopes of rapidly advancing medicine to [...]

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Riptide in the World Economy

COMMENT: Marty, I think the storms are creating dangerous rip currents that just suck swimmers out to sea here in Jersey. Never hear about that in Florida. I guess [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – The Monetary Crisis Cycle Target of 2021

PRIVATE BLOG – The Monetary Crisis Cycle Target of 2021 Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn [...]

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Can a Single Market Change Course & Nothing Else Happens?

QUESTION: I believe as professors have taught Keynesian Economics, so too will we one day have Armstrongian Economic theory. My question to you sir is this, [...]

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Cycles in Fashion

QUESTION: Isn’t the current version of the economy much more decadent than in ancient times? So the past is not always the same. WG ANSWER: I think you have [...]

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Understanding We Are All Connected

COMMENT #1:  Re Institutionalizing of Real Estate Market Hi Marty Thank you for this post, I see your point that it is better that hedge funds buy real assets then [...]

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Human Nature Cycle

QUESTION: Good Morning, If we take the statement “History repeats because human nature never changes” it would suggest that the human nature cycle will [...]

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Manipulations

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I have read your blog every day for years and you really appreciate the behind the curtain look at the world. You mentioned that gold is not [...]

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39% of American would Drive Electric Cars

The latest survey shows why this Gates/WEF Consortium has been using this virus to destroy commuting and shut down the economy. A recent study by Pew Research [...]

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NYC in Crash Mode?

New York City is dying thanks to COVID. It has really killed Broadway. When I would often go to a play, the vast majority were tourists from overseas. I would often [...]

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