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Armstrong Economics has hosted events across the globe to accommodate international clientele at various levels. Events are typically announced a few months in advance, and virtual attendance via live stream is now available. Due to the increasing popularity of our events, tickets often sell out quickly.

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May 24 & 25

London

The London ECM Seminar

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In this one-day seminar, Martin Armstrong will cover a number of topics with an emphasis on the ECM and the turn date of May 7th. Schedule of events are as follows:

Friday, May 24th 7-9 pm – Welcome Reception

Saturday, May 25th 10 am – 5 pm – One-day Seminar

Limited in-person seating and virtual ticket option provide access to the video recording within 24-48 hrs (no live stream).

 

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Instructional Webinar Series with Erwin Pletsch

March 19, 2024

Understanding the Economic Confidence Model with Erwin Pletsch - 50th Special Edition

9 AM – 12 Noon (Eastern Time, NYC)

$225

This webinar will explain the origins, characteristics, and turning points of the Economic Confidence Model. We would like to help users better understand the model. The webinar will be led by Erwin Pletsch, who has over 30 years of experience following Martin Armstrong’s research and using the ECM model. This session is suited for all people interested in the cyclical nature of the global economy. While it is certainly beneficial if you have studied the ECM before, it is not required.

This webinar will cover:

  • Compilation of Martin Armstrong’s writings over the last 45 years (including hard-to-find writings and many which are not publicly available anywhere else)
  • Summary background of how Martin Armstrong discovered the ECM
  • Calculation of ECM, converting decimal numbers to dates
  • Examples of when individual markets have correlated with the ECM in the past
  • Charts showing a history of major ECM Turning Points for many countries/ markets
March 20, 2024

The Monetary Crisis Cycle and the Movement of Foreign Exchange

9 AM – 11 AM EST (Eastern Time, NYC)

$195

Unveil the mysteries of the Monetary Crisis Cycle (MC) and its correlation with the movement of Foreign Exchange. Erwin Pletsch will explore the origins, characteristics, and turning points of the MC Cycle, providing essential insights into the cyclical nature of the global economy. This session is ideal for those interested in understanding the interconnected dynamics of the MC Cycle and the Economic Confidence Model.

Key Topics:

  • Compilation of Martin Armstrong’s writings over the last 45 years
  • History and pattern frequency of the Monetary Crisis Cycle
  • Correlation with the Economic Confidence Model and the pi target
  • Importance of understanding Core vs Peripheral Economies
March 22 & 23, 2024

Updated Advanced Techniques and Considerations for Using Reversals and Arrays

Two Days - Day 1: – 7 AM - 1 PM, Day 2: 9 AM - 12 Noon (Eastern Time , NYC)

$750

Overview:

For advanced traders seeking to elevate their skills, this webinar focuses on techniques using Reversals and Arrays from the Socrates research platform. Erwin Pletsch, with his wealth of experience, will guide you through updated strategies and considerations, making it valuable for both new and returning attendees. Don’t miss the chance to integrate these advanced techniques into your trading toolkit.

Key Topics:

  • Updated strategies using Reversals and Arrays
  • Small assessment to test your knowledge
  • Q&A session for personalized insights
  • In-depth understanding of technical marketing indicators

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