The movement to reject the powers that govern, or influence thought in Western Democracies is gaining momentum. Change will be significant, including on the financial markets which will be impacted dramatically.
- The Italians voted No in what is potentially a monumental referendum
- The Austrian rejected the far right anti-EU candidate in the December presidential election
- Donald Trump won the US presidential race
- The UK voted to leave the European Union
My point - Armstrong Economics has the only computer model that predicted every one of these events.
And knowing Martin Armstrong and his work for over 33 years I can tell you it’s not a fluke. I have a son who’s been managing money in London and the one piece of advice I gave him was that he didn’t have to invest in everything Marty recommended, but I warned him he should never bet against him.
You may have heard Marty on the air with me October 22 when he predicted that Trump would be the next president. It didn’t seem likely at the time. It was two days after Time Magazine had Trump on the cover in a total meltdown – but then the FBI announced the renewed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s classified emails sent over her private server – and presto the race was on again. I’m not commenting on the election – I commenting on the accuracy of his model.
Flashback to the World Outlook Financial Conference in 2013 where Marty predicted that Russia would invade Ukraine in the immediate aftermath of the Olympics in late February, 2014. Again, the model was correct.
I could go on but allow me to share one more story. I’m not sure if you’ve seen the documentary about Marty called The Forecaster. I remember sitting watching it for the first time, and up comes a scene where the interviewer looks at a computer slide from our 1998 World Outlook Conference. The slide read:
1998 Collapse of Russia
1999 Low in oil and gold
2000 technology collapse (like railroads in 1907)
2002 Bottom US share market
2007 Real Estate Bubble – Oil hits $100
2009 Start of Sovereign Debt Crisis
2011 – 2015 Japan Economic Decline Euro begins to crack due to debt crisis
2015.75 – Sovereign Debt Big Bang
I sat there dumbfounded and as soon as the movie was over I phoned Grant Longhurst, who produces the Outlook Conference, and asked him to go to the archives and get a copy of the slide. There it was…absolutely amazing.
I could go on chronicling Armstrong’s computer model’s incredible record of prediction including calling the massive drop in gold, the move to new highs in the stock market, the return to dominance of the US dollar and the relentless fall in the euro. The point is that when Marty’s model points to an important date I pay attention. As do money managers, government officials and investors from around the world.
His understanding of history, currency movements and the interaction of the widest range of variables on different investments is second to none. And you get to hear from Marty at the 2017 World Outlook Financial Conference not once - but twice!
The Coming Year
I have literally never been more interested in hearing what Marty has to say. Every major trend we’ve been predicting on MoneyTalks and at the World Outlook Financial Conference is in full force headlined by a decreasing level of confidence in government.
The probability of that trend reversing itself is extremely low. On the contrary, the anti-establishment trend is accelerating - but the question is how will stocks, bonds, gold, commodities, the loonie and other currencies react. I want to hear Marty’s take, which is just one of the reasons that I’m encouraging you to attend the World Outlook Financial Conference –CLICK HERE to order. Marty will join us from Princeton (or London or Tampa) – on Friday night for a special segment that specifically deals with the debt crisis, the dollar and gold.
Then on Saturday afternoon he will do another segment on where he sees stocks, interest rates and oil going. And you know I’ll have ask him where he sees the greatest money making opportunity and the biggest danger.
But That’s Not All
While I’m writing today about Martin Armstrong, the complete group of keynote speakers is equally impressive. Let’s start with two words – Jim Dines …the legend…enough said. I’m also looking forward to hearing James Thorne, Mark Leibovit , Don Vialoux, Ozzie Jurock and of course Ryan Irvine, who will present the 2017 World Outlook Conference Small Cap Portfolio (last year’s was up over 30%).
I hope to see you there on Friday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 4th, 2017. Our goal is make a huge difference to your financial well being and make 2017 your best year ever – and I have complete confidence that the Outlook Conference features the people to do it.
P.S. Getting the chance to hear Marty is one of the best reasons to bring a younger person to the conference. It will be an amazing eye opener that he or she won’t get at university or the mainstream media. Student tickets are FREE when you purchase your own general admission pass.
P.P.S. Can't attend in person? Our four camera video crew produces HD videos of all the keynote speakers, panels and intros including their charts and presentations. We guarantee to have the videos uploaded for viewing online within 48 hours of the Conference and you have unlimited access for a minimum of 6 months. CLICK HERE to order the video subscription.
Despite the uncertainty of another anti-EU vote in Italy, the 3rd largest European economy and 4th largest debtor nation in the world the markets shook it off and rose sharply. What happens next if a total collapse of the EU is said could evolve into "the most violent economic shock in history"
Problems in Europe don't seem to dissuade some Canadians wanting to have the European system in Canada. Beware though, it didn't go well in Italy last night an and if Italy leaves the Euro common currency many think it would trigger the greatest financial disaster in history.