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The 1987 Crash

The 1987 Crash The 1987 Crash also became known as Black Monday referring to Monday October 19th, 1987. It was a fateful day when the US stock market crashed, creating a wave of confusion as capital and government failed to grasp the real underpinnings of currency. The 1987 Crash came precisely to the day on […] read more

Stimulated/Austerity

The rise in taxation is driving costs higher, yet simultaneously lowering economic growth long-term We call this STAGFLATION because you get the worst of both worlds – rising prices with lower economic growth. Germany is headed into recession and their austerity policies have created massive deflation, high unemployment, and increased the pressure to cause the […] read more

Cyprus & the Euro

Copyright March 26th, 2013 All Rights Reserved We are on the verge of a real crack in the Euro. So far the intraday low is 128.27 on the spot and we have a Weekly Bearish Reversal at 128.24 with a GAP down to 121.37.  As always, the political forces and academic factions are unfamiliar with […] read more

Understanding Correlations

Understanding correlations is important. EVERYTHING fluctuates! There is absolutely nothing that remains constant. You MUST understand that correlations are NOT one for one, and often show changes in advance of turns. It is a lot to keep track of but this is why I try to post a global view to help you see the […] read more

The Economic Consequences of the Peace, by John Maynard Keynes

The Economic Consequences of the Peace, by John Maynard Keynes THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE PEACE   by   JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES, C.B. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge   New York Harcourt, Brace and Howe 1920   PREFACE The writer of this book was temporarily attached to the British Treasury during the war and was […] read more

Keeping It Real – WHY THERE CAN BE NO PEG OR STANDARD

The two critical questions on this tour have been what about the Hong Kong-Dollar Peg and the Swiss-Euro Peg? The answer is simple. NEVER in history has there ever been any PEG or STANDARD that has ever survived. Why? Because “shit happens” meaning there is a business cycle that incorporates weather and climate changes as […] read more

The Germania and Agricola (in Latin & English) – Tacitus

The GERMANIA and AGRICOLA Of Caius Cornelius Tacitus With Notes for Colleges By W. S. Tyler Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages in Amherst College PREFACE. This edition of the Germania and Agricola of Tacitus is designed to meet the following wants, which, it is believed, have been generally felt by teachers and pupils […] read more

The Economic Consequences of the Peace – Keynes

THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE PEACE by JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES, C.B. Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge New York Harcourt, Brace and Howe 1920 PREFACE The writer of this book was temporarily attached to the British Treasury during the war and was their official representative at the Paris Peace Conference up to June 7, 1919; he […] read more

About

Martin Armstrong was born in New Jersey the son of a lawyer and Lt. Col under General Patton in World War II. Martin was encouraged by his father to get involved in computers during the mid-1960s. He completed engineering both in hardware and software but after being offered positions by a government contractor RCA in […] read more