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Hidden Order Inside the Chaos or “Noise”

By admin / July 14, 2018

QUESTION: Martin, I have been reading about machine learning recently and have come across a concept that I believe you might have figured out that no one else has. To quote Max Welling “The information we receive from the world has two components to it: there is the part of the information which does not carry […]


Nonlinear Complexity – Too Much for Most People to Comprehend

By admin / October 18, 2017

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Martin Armstrong. Good day to you Martin. I know you are a very busy man, but I still like to send you emails time to time, hoping that you may read my email and respond to me. In regards to your recent post about the theory of Non-linear intervention, I was quietly amazed […]


The Monetary Crisis Cycle Comes in Two Flavours

By admin / August 11, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I attended the Paris conference of the BIS when you were the keynote speaker. You delivered a forecast that was probably too far ahead for its time. You said the euro would go through and it would first drop but then peak with deflation in 2008 after the markets crash from 2007. […]


If the Majority Must Always Be Wrong – Can that Ever Change?

By admin / May 10, 2017 QUESTION: I find it interesting that you say the majority must always be wrong. I read Kenneth Rogoff’s comment on Davos and how the predictions there are always wrong. Do you think this can ever change or is it just how it works? ANSWER: Yes, I reported on that comment by Rogoff. The MAJORITY must […]


Changing Cycle Frequencies Produces Different Effects

By admin / May 4, 2017

QUESTION: Marty, I’m glad that you’ve showed a couple of examples in the past few articles, as per how you apply ECM and volatility cycle waves to events. Yet, can you please explain the methodology and criteria which you use in deciding how to apply them? What is the criteria with which you choose the starting […]


Dominoes – Key to Economic Survival

By admin / April 30, 2017

QUESTION: Marty; Will you be going over the type of monetary reform you see coming and how to position oneself for this and when it should arrive? What do you think about the SDR proposed by some replacing the dollar? Any response as to why you always seem to be right? Thanks See you in […]


Benchmarks to False Moves – The Constant Cycle of Change

By admin / March 31, 2017

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You said China will become the financial capital of the world after 2032. That means the US must decline. At the same time, you have been consistent in forecasting a bull market in the U.S. share market when everyone else keeps calling for a crash. Are the two connected in some […]