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The Sixth Wave

QUESTION: Marty; You do realize you correctly forecast the takeover boom and the reversal in trend in 1985 followed by the peak of Japan to the day and the fall of [...]

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Kondratieff Wave: Interesting But Different From the ECM

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I am just getting started in studying cycles. Someone said you just bumped into the Kondratieff Wave. Your works seems entirely different. [...]

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A shopper takes part in Black Friday sales at a Target store in Chicago, Illinois, United States, November 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young

The Business Cycle Wins Again

Reuters reported: U.S. economy stalls in first quarter as activity weakens broadly COMMENT #1: you’ve been right on COMMENT #2: Marty, your ECM is amazing. [...]

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Are Terrorist Attacks Following the 8.6-Year Frequency?

We have many readers in Brussels who have my sincere sympathy for what is taking place in Europe. I have hesitated to be an alarmist with this aspect of our war [...]

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Economists Do Not Try to Forecast the Business Cycle

  QUESTION: Marty, it was fantastic to meet you in Berlin and the conference really opened my eyes. Can’t wait for the sneak preview of the Trader level [...]

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London Property Crashes – Off 11.5% in One Month

It appears the London Property Market bubble has peaked with the Osbourne changes in taxation and the Economic Confidence Model. Already, just since the turn on [...]

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How to Convert ECM Dates

  Note: Because this was over .5 of a day, we refer to this target as September 30/October [...]

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The Next Four Years After 2015.75

  QUESTION: What will happen after 2015.75? Can you share anything? Thanks from those who cannot attend your conference PD ANSWER: All systems tend to [...]

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Forecasting Against the Wind

  The leading story for the sell-off has been Wall Street’s shock by the mounting worries over instability in China and emerging markets. The tumultuous [...]

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False Move = August Low in Dow

A false move is measured from the high, not current time. Therefore, a FALSE MOVE would be two to three months from the May high in the Dow, which means an August [...]

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