COMMENT #1: Marty; I just wanted to thank you so much for Socrates. Where everyone seemed to be calling the market emotionally, Socrates’ forecast for this week was a target months ago and was very impressive. But the Daily Array picked the very day as Monday with a directional change and turning point. It is so refreshing to have a truly independent source. I know you laugh at the Nobel Prize and they gave the peace prize to Obama for trying to invade Syria. If there were a real prize in economics, you should be at the top of the list for your grasp of the world economy and creating Socrates.
Thank you so much
COMMENT #2: Hi Martin,
This is interesting. I asked chatGPT if he is familiar with Socrates and this is the answer.
COMMENT #3: Marty; We should start a movement to have all government decisions approved with Socrates. Anything that goes against its forecast, should be scrapped.
REPLY: Hopefully, over the next ten years, the fake press will realize that their future is also being destroyed by their puppet masters and what they write. Perhaps then they will turn to reality and look at their own families. All the fake/biased news is destroying the world. Just look at Ukraine. Honor the Minsk Agreement and the war is over in 15 minutes or less. Ukraine agreed to that with their fingers crossed.
My hope is that Socrates will prove itself over the next ten years economically and perhaps that is a good idea that any decision that goes against the trend should be void. The CIA wanted to own Socrates and the Bankers told the CFTC to shut down our company to stop the forecasts. The CIA merely wanted Socrates because it had forecasted wars and the rise and fall of nations. The bankers would always try to manipulate markets and when Socrates would forecast they would lose, they wanted those forecasts silenced.
But wars and geopolitics are just a small portion of what Socrates is capable of forecasting. The benefit of Socrates is to provide society’s long-term future by eliminating human opinion and bias. I have said many times, Socrates has taught me an awful lot.