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Correlations Explained

May 20, 2024

It is crucial to understand correlations as EVERYTHING fluctuates! There is absolutely nothing that remains constant. You MUST understand that correlations are NOT one for one, and often show changes in advance of turns. It is a lot to keep track of but this is why I try to post a global view to help you see the world […]

Powell Pessimistic After Q1

May 16, 2024

Powell reiterated this week that he does not see any short-term need to lower interest rates. The Fed remains delicate in its speech to the public. They knew that inflation would continue rising due to various factors but had to say they were awaiting incoming data. The data is in for Q1 and nothing indicates […]

Jerome Powell on Stagflation

May 2, 2024

“I don’t see the ‘stag’ or the ‘-flation’,” Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said during his Wednesday address. Powell believed inflation would be “transitory.” He believed that the economy would come down for a “soft landing.” He believed we would enter the year and see numerous cuts due to waning inflation coming closer to the fictional […]

The President Overtaking the Federal Reserve – BAD IDEA

May 1, 2024

I do not agree with Donald Trump’s view of the Federal Reserve. I speak on behalf of sound economic policies that benefit the people. I do not blindly support a political candidate for the sake of being on the right side. Now, I criticized Trump during his presidency for constantly pressuring the central bank to […]

Don’t Come to Norway – Taxing Our Way into 2032

April 30, 2024

In 2021, the Extreme Left Labour Government seized power in Norway, overthrowing the eight years of Conservative rule. Labour won 48 of the 169 parliamentary seats, one less than in 2017, but the Conservatives lost nine seats and were left with only 36. We can see that 2021 was low for the US dollar after […]

Milton Friedman Explains Why Stakeholder Capitalism Fails

April 30, 2024

What brought thousands of people together to create something as simple as a pencil? Some may be familiar with the late economist Milton Friedman’s popular analogy of how a mere pencil represents the effectiveness of a free market. No single human could create something as simple as a pencil. The phone or computer you are […]

INSANE New Tax Proposal – Stealing from Citizens Legally

April 30, 2024

Success is a punishable offense in Biden’s America. Joe Biden and his administration would like to implement a 44.6% tax on capital gains, the highest tax on capital gains in the nation’s history. Washinton says this tax is necessary to address the looming national debt, but they are simultaneously implementing measures to ensure that the […]

Income Equality – Paying People Not to Work?

April 28, 2024

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/Dr-Phil-Income-Equality.mp4     Under Communism, everyone made the same. That removed the incentive to even invent anything. The socialists looked at Henry Ford and despised his wealth. They ignored that Henry Ford invented the assembly line and created the auto industry; when everyone could afford a car, they expanded and began moving to the suburbs […]

US GDP & Recession into 2028

April 25, 2024

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, Socrates correctly picked March as the Directional Change, and it looks like there will be a sharp decline into June. Are you expecting a serious recession with the May 7th turning point on your Economic Confidence Model? SH PS It seems like Jamie Diamond uses Socrates since he has just said what […]

Global Taxation – Proposal to Fight Climate Change and Poverty

April 25, 2024

Finance ministers from France and Brazil are urging the G20 to implement a minimum 2% tax on billionaires in an effort to fight climate change and poverty. Everyone cheers when the suggestion is to tax someone else, but feigns shock when the rules expand and everyone experiences rising taxation. Global collaborative efforts such as war […]

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