Blog/Understanding Cycles

Understand That Trends Change

There is no real difference between goldbugs and stockbugs. Both tend to view the world through rose-colored glasses with blinders. They forget [...]

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Velocity of Money & the Boom and Bust Cycle

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Is the velocity of money an indicator of booms and bust? Didn’t the QE program by the Fed increase the money supply? Then why do we [...]

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Who Becomes the Next Buyer?

QUESTION: A false move? I don’t follow.. If as you say the European money that’s been buying US stocks is now heading back to Europe, who will be the [...]

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Buy & Hold Strategy – Only For Fools?

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Martin Armstrong: Thanks for teaching me, that there are no conspiracy theories created by any Rothschild or Rochefeller, in order to manipulate [...]

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Buy the Rumor and Sell the News

The more people open their minds and observe our model, the more their eyes open and begin to see the how the world economy is interconnected. Our model on the Dow [...]

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Fed’s Leaked Internal Forecast into 2020

COMMENT #1: Marty, I can see why the government said you manipulate the world. The countless people who plagiarize whatever you and your computer forecast is [...]

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Carry Trade & Capital Flows

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Could you please explain whether your Computer model integrates the Carry trade into its Algorithms, and what influence the Carry trade will [...]

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Connectivity is Everything

I have been stating all along that attempting to forecast gold in isolation is the equivalent of summoning a witch doctor for cancer. Everything in this world is [...]

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Understanding Arrays & Time

One confusing aspect that people encounter is when a Time Straddle takes place on the Arrays. A Time Straddle occurs when the target in time straddles two [...]

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U.S. Share Market Update

The primary difference between the DOW, S&P 500, and the NASDAQ is capital flows, not what composes each index. All the way up, the DOW was the first to make [...]

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