Martin Armstrong Sunday, October 2, 2011Submitted by fishfear07 on Thu, 10/06/2011 - 20:39
Martin Armstrong: Former Head of Princeton Economics Ltd. - Armstrong began exploring financial panics after witnessing the Crash of 1966. He went on to develop timing models that have been the subject of many press articles - the Economic Confidence Model. Armstrong's discovery of this cycle was called The Secret Cycle by the New Yorker Magazine. This model had stunning accuracy and had pinpointed changes in the economy right to the day. The firm rose to be perhaps the largest multinational corporate advisor in the world and by the 1997 Asian Currency Crisis, Armstrong was invited by China and he flew to Beijing to advise the Central Bank.
Very good interview!
listen to the MP3 recording!