Blog/Understanding Cycles

Nonlinear Complexity – Too Much for Most People to Comprehend

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Martin Armstrong. Good day to you Martin. I know you are a very busy man, but I still like to send you emails time to time, hoping that you may [...]

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The Bull Market – This time It Really Is Different

This current Bull Market has indeed been the most hated in history. Typically one expects complete euphoria as new highs are made. However, this bull market is [...]

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The Death of Socialism – the Rise of Tyranny

QUESTION: Hi, I tend to agree with your view about the decline in socialism.  However, I fear it will be replaced with the other extreme. Doesn’t the pendulum [...]

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Diversification – Smart or Dumb?

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Do you believe in portfolio diversification? ANSWER: No not really. I see no point in putting money in something you know will be a [...]

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2015.75 was Just the Beginning

QUESTION: Hello Mr Armstrong I have not forgotten when I saw the reportage about you on TV when you announced that in October 2015 will start the big economic [...]

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Sports on the Decline

COMMENT: Looks like Socrates was correct about the NFL – peaked and now declining! With or without Trump’s help! Bravo! REPLY: Yes. The Cowboys and [...]

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Identifying Complexity

QUESTION: Marty, I have followed your Global Market Watch and it is really amazing. I noticed on IPE gas it came up and warned it was about to breakout to the [...]

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Cycle of Knowledge

QUESTION: Hello, I am a French Astrophysicist and I end up watching with great interest a TV story about Martin Armstrong. As a scientist I am really curious and [...]

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Dark Age v Renaissance

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Thank you for everything that you do.  Concerning the post, The Long-Term Cycle of Monetary Crisis, you describe the corruption of power that [...]

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The Crash & No Bid

QUESTION: Hey Marty, Love your blog and the insight you have given all your readers. However, I am wondering that when you say the markets are going to become more [...]

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