Shemitah and the Economic Cycle

Many have come to me and talked about how closely the Economic Confidence Model (ECM) correlates with what Jonathan Cahn says about the year of Shemitah. Also, both ‘models’ indicate that there will be economic fireworks after the Summer of 2015.

Curiouser and curiouser.

So, I thought that I would add my own two-cents to this issue, and tell you what I think about this correlation. And yes, I DO admit that there is a correlation. But, it’s probably NOT the correlation that you think.

Also, please be careful. Judaism and Christianity do not mix. Consulting Talmud about such questions is wrong.

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The Disaster Cycle Bringing Ezekiel’s Fire

I left you yesterday with a rather strange thought. Our financial world follows a cycle of 8.6 years, or 3140 days. Do we have such a strong herd instinct that we can be measured that closely? Well apparently, this is so. I don’t like this idea any better than you do, but I am forced to agree that it’s true – especially since I’ve seen this ‘herd instinct’ in action for myself. So, what I would like to do today is talk a bit about why this Economic Confidence Model created by Martin Armstrong is actually something to pay close … Click here to read the rest…

Ezekiel’s Fire and the ECM

When I got into the investment business back in the ’90s, I quickly realized that it was all about psychology. There was very little ‘thinking’ happening in the ‘markets’. It was all greed and fear mixed in with just a hint of sanity. And, it had everything to do with the ‘thundering herd’. When I figured all that out, I told everyone who wanted to know (and many who didn’t) that the best educational background for an investment professional was a degree in mass psychology. I still say that, and I’ve found someone who talks along the same lines and … Click here to read the rest…