Posted Mar 13, 2014 by Martin Armstrong
So far our computer monitoring capital flows globally is showing a gross flight that is in excess of $50 billion. This will send the Russian economy into a negative growth rate for 2014 or flat at best in real terms. This seems to be spiraling downward and indications imply that Russia will most likely invade Ukraine but take the Eastern half based upon capital flight so far.
The model is targeting April, July, and then November. The Ruble reflects the decline in confidence in Russia as an investment destination. We see high volatility for the last quarter of 2014.