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Being Humble is Required for Trading

By admin / October 15, 2017

QUESTION: I have a personal question. You have said that what you know has been taught to you by your clients. People who attend your WEC say you are humble and not arrogant. Could you explain that? MN ANSWER: Look. You cannot go to university to get a degree in trading or being a hedge fund […]


It Takes Opposites

By admin / October 8, 2017

QUESTION: If hoarding and the flow into private equity is the way out of government debt obligations, does this point to an eventual rise on the low volumes of trading and will it reach historical volume levels again? I am guessing no. Though it has only been a few short years that I found you, it […]


Moving Averages and Stochastic – Not Trading Tools but Good Confirming Tools

By admin / August 15, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What is your view of moving averages? Can they really be used for trading? Thank you KL ANSWER: No. Moving averages and stochastics are nice confirming tools. They are incapable of forecasting a high or low. They also do not reflect magnitude of a move. They can be a useful confirming tool, […]


Panic Cycles are Different From Volatility

By admin / August 11, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Your model called for a Panic Cycle on the 8th and Directional Change in the Dow. Then a rise in volatility starting the 9th. So the difference is the Panic Cycle was an outside reversal and then the direction change cemented that as the high. The volatility then kicks in which is […]


Experience is Everything

By admin / March 9, 2017

COMMENT: Experience is everything. Your interpretation of your model is also invaluable because you have grown up through life observing the order within chaos it has revealed. There is no one who can dispute the countless forecasts you have made right down to the Dow would make a new high from the depths of despair […]


Vertigo & Trading

By admin / March 3, 2017

There are at lot of professional traders who really lack the in-depth knowledge of the historical track record of how markets really trade because they have not traded something like this which is similar to 195 blast-off or the bull market into 1929. This is a special type of market and it requires real research […]


Why Majority of Fund Managers Cannot Beat the S&P500?

By admin / March 1, 2017

QUESTION: Marty; The Mises Institute said “Martin Armstrong is one of the most famous economic forecasters alive” and others call you the legend. I have watched your numbers and timing targets. I bought the Gold Report in 2016 and to watch gold peak exactly to the day you highlighted years ago and in so many […]


Global Market Watch – Knee Jerk Events

By admin / February 26, 2017

QUESTION: Marty; The GMW was saying it was a knee jerk low the day before the week closed. Do you have to wait for the week close? KW ANSWER: Technically yes. The comment is as of the close of that time level so in the case of Knee Jerk Events, it is forecasting in reality […]


Knee Jerk – Reaction – Temp Events

By admin / February 25, 2017

QUESTION: Hello, could you explain the differences between “Knee Jerk v Spike v Temp v Reaction Events” ? They are all Timing indications I guess? regards. ANSWER: When the computer is classifying something as a Knee Jerk high or low, it means it is a one-time-unit event. A Reaction High or Low has not penetrated the […]

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