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The Computer Did Pretty Well on the Dax

By admin / December 11, 2015

  Notice the Panic Cycles targeted 12/03 and volatility in cycles into the end of this week. We live in interesting times. People ask how the computer can do this. It is NOT the instrument that matters. HOW people interact … →

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The Superbug Has Arrived

By admin / December 11, 2015

For years, there have been warnings that the overuse of antibiotics was a danger. Now that danger has arrived. A new superbug has evolved, as life itself is always a cycle. This new superbug is impervious to ALL known antibiotics, … →

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Do We NEED Computers to See Beyond Our Own Hardwiring?

By admin / December 11, 2015

  One of the battles in trying to produce real analysis is our hardwiring. We naturally have an attraction toward repeating sequential and palindromic numbers or events that extend beyond what we consciously realize. This is our inherent hardwiring that … →

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Gold & Dow Inflation Adjusted

By admin / December 11, 2015

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, you have said that gold adjusted for inflation has not exceeded the 1980 high. Have we exceeded the 1929 high in the stock market? Just curious KW Dow Jones Industrial in LOG Scale ANSWER: The 1929 high … →

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Market Talk – December 10th, 2015

By admin / December 10, 2015

Japan opened weak following the poor close in the Dow yesterday especially having seen triple digit gains at one stage. Given that Hang Seng and Shanghai were both under pressure all day it was not a surprise all markets closed … →

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Are Terrorists Smarter Than We Think?

By admin / December 10, 2015

According to information from The Guardian, there was a civil protection exercise in Paris that took place on the very day of the attacks –November 13, 2015. The pattern emerging is interesting. Back in 2005, on the very day of … →

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Market Talk – December 9, 2015

By admin / December 10, 2015

Hardly a day to write about with Asian equities not really showing any indications of a direction, let alone a story, for the day. All core indices closed +/- 0.5%; even to fabricate a rumour would constitute just that — a fabrication! … →

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