Founder of Armstrong Economics and Author of The Cycle of War & the Coronavirus and Manipulating the World Economy
The Cycle of War & the Coronavirus is the most comprehensive review of the cycle of war and civil unrest throughout history. This covers everything from tax rebellions that spark revolutions such as “No Taxation Without Representation” to international wars instigated by lies and deceptions. This goes into the rise of Marxism and its fall yet we still face yet another attempt to conquer the world by the left. You will find the entire world covered from Europe and Asia to Russia and the Middle East.
About Manipulating the World Economy: The economic theories that dominated the field during the 20th century have failed us and empowered government to believe they can manipulate the business cycle. Every economic theory presented post-Marxism has assumed that the complexity of the business cycle can be reduced to a single cause and effect. To date, no attempt to manipulate the cycle has prevented a recession or financial crisis. We now face a truly monumental crisis. Central banks around the world are trapped. Their attempt to stimulate the economy through Quantitative Easing and rate manipulation has disastrously failed. The central banks have primarily purchased government debt, effectively keeping governments on life support by allowing them to issue new debt at substantially lower rates. In addition to catastrophic Quantitative Easing policies, political fiscal spending on various programs and agencies has burdened governments with a debt that they can never repay. The future crisis is one created by government. This time, we are not likely to fix the problem without major political reform, which all governments will resist. These policies have led many to assume that government can freely create money without inflation. After creating trillions of dollars to buy government debt with no appreciable inflation, many conclude that everything has changed. They are calling this the Modern Monetary Theory. If they are correct, then why bother to have taxes or borrow money continuously with no intention of paying off national debts? Governments, in modern theory, can simply create an endless supply of money to create a new modern version of Utopia. Can we throw away all economic history for an experiment that could unravel civilization if the theory proves to be wrong? What are the risks? Can it really be that easy? Are there any examples from the past that we can look to for answers?
Armstrong Economics offers unique perspective intended to educate the general public and organizations on the underlying trends within the global economic and political environment. Our mission is to research historical cyclical patterns and market behavior in timing, price and crisis to better understand and identify potential future trends, using an extensive monetary database and advanced proprietary models.
Self-taught economic forecaster Martin Armstrong explains how the socialism dismantling world governments is destined to collapse upon itself.
Socialism promises you everything, but is not funded by anything. They’re selling debt with no intention of ever paying it off.
“It’s called kicking the can down the road,” says Mr. Armstrong.
Much of what’s happening today was predicted in his book, “Manipulating The World Economy,” now in its fifth printing.
What is the definition of inflation, and why is it not only defined by quantitative easing? Why is Europe having more of a problem than the U.S.?
When interest rates are kept low, why is that a problem for retirees?
How has Covid affected the supply chain, transportation, and prices rising?
Why are employers having problems finding employees? How is government encouraging people to stay home?
What about elections? Is it just a staging game? Do they rig everything from the President on down?
Why was the Davos crowd upset that Trump won the election in 2016?
Are elections being suspended in Canada? Can elections be suspended in the U.S.?
Will interest rates be as high as during the Carter administration?
Carter put everything on automatic pilot. The government was buying and accumulating things indiscriminately. Mr. Armstrong compares it to the warehouse scene at the end of “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”
What has already happened with the bond market in Europe and Japan? How has this affected the U.S. bond market?
Are China and Russia in on the Great Reset?
Never in 6,000 years has everything been shut down. Is Covid a political weapon? Are we going to blame China for it?
Why did the Elites sell their stocks at the end of 2019? What did they know? Why did the stock market rebound so quickly?
Is it safe to invest in Bitcoin? Can the government cancel it? Can they make it illegal?
After the Swiss franc was cancelled, where did the money flow?
What happens when any government issues new currency? “Do the people get a haircut?,” quips Mr. Armstrong.
Why do all governments like digital currency?
Why do the “Boys” like an absentee President who just signs everything? Neither Biden nor Harris are in control.
Where are the best places to invest during this pandemic?
What’s the difference between the Fed and the European Central Bank?
A listener asks, “My money is in 401K. What will the Dow do?”
Leroy asks, “Will Bitcoin go to $100,000?”
Thomas asks, “Is it better to settle in another country?”
Socrates (the largest database on the world economy) predicts a panic cycle in 2022.
Why will Asia be the financial capital of the world in 2032?
A listener asks, “Will solid companies stay high during the crash reset?”
“Will the World Economic Forum pass the 15% world tax?,” asks Patrick.
Agenda 2030 has Eight Points to end democracy, and is staged to push the U.N. into world power.
“It’s better to know that something is coming than to be sucker-punched,” advises Mr. Armstrong.