To listen to Martin Armstrong interviewed Saturday by Michael Campbell on Money Talks go HERE.
Below is what Michael wrote about Martin before this Saturday’s extended Money Talks Interview. (anyone clicking on the HERE its the second mp3 titled Sept 20th Interview of the Week in which Michael and Martin speak)
“To be blunt I don’t usually have time to drop a note regarding my upcoming guest on MoneyTalks but today I’m making an exception.
That’s because for the first time in 15 years the brilliant Martin Armstrong will be my guest. If you don’t know Marty’s work let me sum up by saying, over the last 36 years I have met alot of wonderful analysts – brilliant thinkers – but if I could only talk to just one – it would be Martin Armstrong. His understanding of history, currency movements and the interaction of the widest range of variables on different investments is second to none.
His model has proven ridiculously accurate in its predictions. Including the 1986 published report – The Cycle of War – that foretold that 2014 would mark a dramatic upturn in civil unrest and geopolitical conflict. That isn’t a typo – that was 1986. In January, 2013 he predicted the date for Russia’s incursion into the Ukraine would be the last week of February, 2014.
I wasn’t surprised given that his model had accurately predicted, well in advance, the stock market crash of October 19, 1987, the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the precise date of the peak of Japan’s Nikkei Index on December 29, 1989.
His model accurately predicted the bottom in gold, the Canadian dollar and oil – but the point is that when Marty’s model points to an important date I pay attention. As do money managers, investors and governments from around the world.
I am confident that it won’t take more than a few minutes of hearing Marty live to find out why. His methodology is unique as is his global perspective on every aspect of the investment markets.
This week I want to find out what his model says about the bond market. So far his model has been right on with gold but what’s next … should I buy? Have we reached bottom?
What about the stock markets after the strong moves in 2014 – (which he predicted)? How do I know when to sell? Should I buy any pull back?
I have a lot of questions but my point is there is no one I’d rather ask than Martin Armstrong.
Join me Saturday at 9:05 am PST – to hear Martin Armstrong. To listen live while travelling go to CKNW.com – or check it out on Moneytalks.net after the show.
I guarantee it will be worth your time.”