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ECM Updates

We will be providing updates this weekend given the ECM turning point, which appears to be extremely involved from Trump’s impeachment, Russian Constitution [...]

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Year of Change – 2020

QUESTION: This is the year of the Rat. It has often been the year of economic change. Do you realize the next year will be 2032? any comment? ANSWER: The year of [...]

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BRICS, Real Estate, & Pensions

QUESTION: Dear Amstrong, Thank you for all the training you have been teaching us for years. Even though I have gone through 3 universities and have special titles [...]

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Rise in US Dollar Will Force Defaults in Third World

The countless analysts who keep preaching that the dollar will collapse have been singing the same song since 1971. They NEVER look outside the USA and simply [...]

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The Rising Tide of Civil Unrest Globally

QUESTION: Dear Marty , what do you’re models say about the unrest in South America (Chili, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentinia) . It looks like the [...]

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The Rumor of a Currency Reset & Gold

QUESTION: Hi Marty! Thanks for all your great work, I’ve been following you for many years and you are a true inspiration. I have some questions about the [...]

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The 2020 Elections – Economics v Career Politicians

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Been reading your blog for six years now and the clarity you have brought regarding cycles and predictability of human behavior is remarkable. [...]

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Spotless Sun

Recently, NASA’s photo of the sun showed ZERO sunspots. The previous and current solar cycle has been declining significantly in solar activity beyond what [...]

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The Next Solar Cycle Begins in 2020 & May be a Panic Decline in Solar Activity

  Our computer correlates everything from economics to nature. We have been warning that the next 8.6-year wave in the Economic Confidence Model appears to be [...]

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Agricultural Loans Declining Right on Target

One of the most fascinating observations I have made over my career has been that the banks always lend at the top and contract lending at the bottom in every [...]

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