Posted Mar 3, 2013 by Martin Armstrong
Question: I was at your 1985 Conference in Princeton. You made two points with the ECM that have stuck with me all these years. You said the peak in Britain was with World War I following the 309.6 year wave That was 1918. You then said the 2032 turning point was death of the USA. Is that still on target?
Answer: Yes. But the devil is in the details. The 2032 target lines up with the era of the birth of speculation in shares – the South Seas Bubble and the Mississippi bubbles (1720). We will be looking at this at the World Economic Conference March 18-19th.