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Upside-Down Statistics — What is Down, May Be Up

By admin / June 3, 2016

The Nonfarm Payrolls came in substantially lower than expected. The dollar dropped with gold rising, but the Dow did not crash on the open in the same percentage move. So what is really going on here? The economy is in a transition phase that is the same as what took place during the 1920s. Back […]

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Who are “The People”?

By admin / June 3, 2016

The familiar phrase “We the People” no longer means what it used to. The majority of Americans do not understand how the law is made and assume Congress proposes all legislation and therefore makes law. That is not the case. The president can refuse to enforce any law or impose it arbitrarily under the claim of discretion, […]

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Is the Supreme Court Acting Unconstitutional?

By admin / April 28, 2016

QUESTION:  Dear Mr. Armstrong, Re: The Ted Cruz/John Kasich Conspiracy and your comments about the Constitution and USC In your opinion, might it be a crime to deny registered independents the right to vote in a primary? Pennsylvania, one of only 11 states remaining with this law, is a prime example. Thank you for a […]

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The Fate of Office: Last-In Gets All the Blame

By admin / April 22, 2016

  Herbert Clark Hoover (1874 – 1964) was the 31st President of the United States (1929–33). He was elected on Tuesday, November 6, 1928, and took office in 1929. He was blamed for 1929 although he was not its cause. Whoever wins this year’s Presidential election will be blamed for what the establishment has caused. People […]

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1936 & 2016 Cleveland Republican Conventions – Will 2017 be like 1937?

By admin / April 16, 2016

Perhaps it is just cyclical, but the Cleveland Republican Convention will be the first time that Cleveland has held a political convention since the fateful 1936 election, just prior to the 1937 peak in the recovery from the Great Depression. This has the potential to be very bad for the city insofar as it will expose […]

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The Other Side of a Phase Transition

By admin / April 16, 2016

QUESTION: Dear Marty, Whether in a Phase-transition or a Slingshot Move in the Dow, you made it very clear that such moves will be driven by capital inflows to the USA due to the alternative flight to quality to the private sector, both internationally and domestically. It is now just so obvious, it is unfolding […]

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Why Are the U.S. Elections So Important?

By admin / April 11, 2016

Those in Washington like to blow their own horn by claiming the American president is the “leader of the free world,“ but all they do is talk among themselves and the journalists covering politics in Washington who do not actually investigate anything. Let’s just look at this chart as if it were a market. Notice that […]

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Yellowstone National Park & the Super Volcano

By admin / March 28, 2016

Many people have written emails to ask if we have a model on Yellowstone National Park’s potential for the largest volcano eruption in history. A new study provides evidence of 12 volcano eruptions in about 3 million years, which suggests that Yellowstone’s super volcano can erupt catastrophically on a much shorter cycle of about every 250,000 years. […]

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Government is Always Dishonorable

By admin / March 26, 2016

QUESTION: Marty; It seems like government always has some covert agenda. The exposure of the FBI lying about being unable to hack the iPhone Apple is just typical. The global warming issue clearly seems to be a tax agenda. They taxed cigarettes saying they were trying to help society. When revenues declined, they want to […]

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The Republican Establishment is Destroying the Party of Reagan

By admin / March 15, 2016

Many emails have come in asking how in the world our computer predicted 2016 would be sheer political chaos years in advance. Our political models correlate to the economy as does war. This is not about being clairvoyant. This is about the simple facts. People demand change when their standard of living continually declines. Likewise, […]

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