By davefairtex on Mon, Nov 10, 2014 - 3:06am

Sovereign Debt Big Bang: Scheduled for 2015.75

Martin Armstrong has an interesting perspective on forecasting; he has a computer model that he claims involves an AI that understands how the world works after he's fed it huge amounts of data, and underpinning it all is the number PI that is used to measure the time of the various cycles, and a database containing time series that go back to the Roman era.

(I'm a sucker for someone who can use the words "time series" and "Roman era" in the same sentence).

By Doug on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 - 12:24pm

i tulip's tracking of economy

In reading EJ's 1/24 article Hope and Fear - Part 1; Year of Promise I, as usual, had some difficulty with his charts, particularly the third one, but overall got a pretty good flavor of what he is trying to get across.  Although he criticizes "doomers" rather harshly for their typically doomer predictions, the article and charts seem to me to add up to a rather doomish if not disastrous near term future.  I could be wrong in my interpretation, so would like others' reviews.