All posts in " Armstrong Economics 101 "

The Store

December 9, 2023

  We are having technical difficulties with the store. It is not showing everything we post. We will have to put up the balance during the week  We will let you know when this is fixed

The 80-Year Cyclical Theory v. the Economic Confidence Model

November 17, 2023

The concept of cycles is becoming accepted in Western culture. Recently, people have been honing in on what they deem the 80-year cyclical theory that marks a major shift in humanity. While this may be true as it takes a few generations to change society, they are not incorporating the additional nuisances associated with the […]

Can the Future be Altered?

February 7, 2023   QUESTION: Good afternoon – Will try to make this one quick. Know you are busy. Have you ever asked Socrates how to “defeat” its predictions? Or to reduce volatility/amplitude of projected events? (Really, you should be recognized alongside Adam Smith, Ricardo, et al. for your discoveries and contributions.) JN ANSWER: Because the entire […]

GDPR – It’s Here Like it or Not

May 24, 2018

We have sent out emails to our clients and request that you respond to them ASAP. We do not flood people with constant emails. We do not require even registering to view the site. We also DO NOT sell your personal information to ANYONE. We have always respected everyone’s privacy and we are not desperate for money […]

Keeping the Private Blog – Private

May 11, 2018

COMMENT: Thank you for the Private Blog. It keeps the rift-raft out. They can bash you all they want and claim you only forecast long-term trends. Yor call on the Euro was great and then you said it would bottom on Wednesday this week. I covered my shorts and it was a real bounce today. […]

Elizabeth I Two-Tier Monetary System

January 24, 2018

QUESTION: You have mentioned that the US maintained a two-tier monetary system with trade dollars during the 19th century. Did Britain ever do the same or was the fact that Britain was the financial capital so they were exempt? Thank you for the help and education. DL ANSWER: When Elizabeth I (1558-1603) was on the […]

Do Commitment of Traders & Inventories Really Matter?

January 22, 2018

QUESTION: Do you think that the Commitment of Traders and reported inventories are relevant to gauge market performance? ANSWER: The oldest game in town is manipulating inventories. Commodities can be stored at many places, but only selected facilities are on the reporting list. During the famous Buffet Silver scandal of 1997-1998, to justify taking silver up in price […]

Does the Gov’t Seek to keep the public Blind, Deaf, and Dumb?

January 18, 2018

COMMENT: I watched the Forecaster after ordering the DVD from Amazon. Aside from the fact that it brought tears to my and my wife’s eyes, your forecasts on this year being exceptionally cold, your forecast of Brexit, Trump, the Dow and countless other things, it is not hard to see why the government wanted your […]

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