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The Week in Review – July 11, 2016

By admin / July 16, 2016

The world economy is clearly causing the fundamentalists to flip-flop endlessly. They offer only opinions, and these are the times that will break the reasoning of men and try their very judgments. We have entered the phase where unless you comprehend capital flow analysis, you stand little chance of surviving the remaining years as we […]


The Euro on the Brink of Disaster

By admin / July 11, 2016

  We are looking at the collapse of Europe unfold much faster than anyone suspected. I have been warning that the Continental EU banks are in serious trouble. The negative interest rates have devastated Europe. While trying to stimulate borrowers who are not interested without an opportunity to make money, the ECB has wiped out […]


Fate of the Euro

By admin / July 3, 2016

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong. I attended the Berlin conference and already enrolled for Orlando as well. I have a question regarding the EURO. It is obvious that the EU cannot be sustained as is. I think, so far, I do understand the decline of the EURO. We see it happen. But Germany and France are vigorously […]


Euro Closes for June at 11095

By admin / July 1, 2016

The euro closed for June on the cash feed at 11095, which was just a hair under the May low of 11098. This is not a Reversal, but merely a technical indication of weakness. Support during July lies at the 10880-10810 area, and resistance begins at 11220 and 11440 with the major technical resistance way […]


The Pound & Euro For Month-End

By admin / June 30, 2016

We can see that the green uptrend line has been penetrated previously on this decline. Nevertheless, the euro is unable to rally beyond that 116 level where it elected the Yearly Bearish Reversal at year-end. So people have been impatient and expect instantaneous moves despite the fact we warned the euro had to go back […]


It’s Not the British – It’s the EU

By admin / June 27, 2016

  While everyone is busy blaming the Brits, the real culprit is the EU. The audacity of various EU ministers demanding immediate withdraw is akin to a spouse who just discovered their partner was cheating. They may say beware of a woman scorned, well it looks like this applies to male politicians as well. The […]


Buy the Rumor – Sell the News

By admin / June 23, 2016

Our numbers today are 1259.30 in gold nearest futures, 1.4830 in the cash pound, and 18018 in the DOW. Gold has crashed the testing the key support again, and the Dow rallied but also failed to breach the key resistance. As with all this, the markets have pushed to extremes. Our model shows it really […]


BREXIT – Sterling & Euro

By admin / June 14, 2016

Based on the fact that the majority of big money trades fundamentally, we should expect the overall trend of the euro to rally against the pound. We can see that the euro has been strong, rising sharply, and we may yet see a further rally. Keep in mind that the LONG-TERM projections are bearish for […]


Euro – June 9, 2016

By admin / June 9, 2016

As the BREXIT vote nears, capital is starting to jockey for position. The euro has made an outside reversal far to the downside on a daily basis, and it is now likely that the week of May 30th will see the highest weekly closing at 11362. At the time of this posting, the euro has […]


Jobs v Asset Inflation

By admin / June 5, 2016

The job market collapsed in May as the Labor Department reported on Friday that the nation’s economy added only 38,000 jobs. The experts were expecting a modest gain of 150,000 jobs. Additionally, there were actually 59,000 fewer new jobs in March and April than previously estimated. Then, looking closely at the 38,000 new jobs that […]

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