Blog/Understanding Cycles

The Panic of 1683 Was the First

This is the list of panics I discovered in the library at Princeton University. I simply added the period of 224 years from 1683 to 1907 which yield 8.615 as the [...]

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Is Value Investing a Safe Bet?

QUESTION: What do you think of value investing? Bob ANSWER: As with everything, a cycle that you have to understand will unfold. Everything will move to extremes [...]

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Slingshot v Phase Transition

QUESTION: You’ve just mentioned there remains a chance for gold to perform a slingshot move downward and then up in January. Does it still appear the Dow [...]

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Question About Time

QUESTION: Dear Martin,  I have been following your projection of numbers and time, which is a serious tool to use as guidance. The question that keeps coming up is [...]

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The Sixth Wave

QUESTION: Marty; You do realize you correctly forecast the takeover boom and the reversal in trend in 1985 followed by the peak of Japan to the day and the fall of [...]

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Kondratieff Wave: Interesting But Different From the ECM

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I am just getting started in studying cycles. Someone said you just bumped into the Kondratieff Wave. Your works seems entirely different. [...]

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Rebellions: Public v Private Waves

QUESTION: Sir, Pondering the patterns that you have found in history, I have been mulling over the crossroads that lie in front of us in the next few years. You [...]

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Gold Array & Back-To-Back Directional Changes

QUESTION: Marty, I looked back at your Gold Arrays and I can see how they work rather amazingly as well. The week of February 2 was a Panic and a Directional [...]

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Innovation — Unemployment — Business Cycle

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Thank you for everything that you do. Comments have been made – to which you yourself have been alluding to for some time – that [...]

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The Numbers

QUESTION: Marty; your numbers are just incredible. Your number 17800 I thought would be elected. The Dow was above it and looked like it was preparing to take off. [...]

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