Trump’s victory predicted at FXStreet US Panel

At FXStreet our mission is to provide to our readers a clear view of the market with the best objective information covering global markets 24/5.

This time, for the US Election, we offered a coverage with news on real-time, analysis and live video Webinars.

On November 3rd, we presented a special debate about the Elections and its impact on financial assets. Martin Armstrong, one of the most important names in the Forex industry, predicted in our Panel that Donald Trump would become the new US President.

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The US Elections Panel: How to trade Presidents

FXStreet presents the US Election panel discussion, in alliance with ForexLive and Princeton Economics International, that all Forex traders should attend to understand the US Elections and its impact on financial assets. Plus: it’s free!

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Martin Armstrong is the Forex Person of the Year 2015

FX Person of the Year 2015The Forex Person of the year 2015 is economist and financial strategist Martin Armstrong.

Martin Armstrong, once a financial strategist and advisor to over one trillion dollars of asset, developed a computer model based on the number Pi and other cyclical theories to predict economic turning points with eerie accuracy. He is the person behind the “Princeton Economics International” think tank. He is known to have predicted the crash of 1987 to the very day.

The Economic Confidence Model is an economic cycle theory by Martin A. Armstrong. Armstrong proposes that economic waves occur every 8.6 years, or 3141 days, which approximately Pi X 1000. At the end of each cycle is a crisis after which the economic climate improves until the next 8.6 year crisis point. Armstrong’s theory was first applied in 1977, when he used it to successfully predict an upturn in the price of commodities. Continue reading Martin Armstrong is the Forex Person of the Year 2015

Our interview with Martin Armstrong seen by over 12.000 people

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In May famous financial strategist and advisor Martin Armstrong visited us at FXStreet for a 1-hour interview that we recorded. Well, over 12.000 people saw this interview! That is an impressive number. Most of them watched the video when it was released, but viewers keep coming to our website to watch it every day since then. Continue reading Our interview with Martin Armstrong seen by over 12.000 people

The Forecaster, Martin Armstrong at FXStreet: part 2

Recording Martin Armstrong Interview As already covered in an earlier post in this blog, we had the rare privilege to receive Martin in our Barcelona offices for a one-hour interview. Martin Armstrong, once a financial strategist and advisor to over one trillion dollars of assets, developed a computer model based on the number Pi and other cyclical theories to predict economic turning points with eerie accuracy. Continue reading The Forecaster, Martin Armstrong at FXStreet: part 2

The Forecaster: Martin Armstrong at FXStreet – Part 1

Martin Armstrong. If you’ve never heard of this most than atypical person, it’s never too late.

Armstrong developed the Economic Confidence Model that has forecasted major political and economic events many years in advance. Armstrong proposes that economic waves occur every 8.6 years, or 3141 days, which is Pi X 1000. The accuracy and precision of his predictions, together with is in-depth understanding of currency and macroeconomics, are really impressive.
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Our colleague here at FXStreet, Gonçalo Moreira, CMT and currency trader for many years, has been following Armstrong’s since 2009.

When Gonçalo learned that Martin would come to Barcelona for a Q&A after the screening of a documentary about his life (“The Forecaster“), we immediately tried to get in touch to meet Martin in person. Being his first trip ever to Barcelona, we simply could not miss him. Continue reading The Forecaster: Martin Armstrong at FXStreet – Part 1