The Shift in Public Confidence: 2015.75



There are many aspects that are lining up with the turn in the ECM (Economic Confidence Model) from the Blood Moon and the Jewish Year for forgiving the debts, to France imposing restrictions on cash in September, and even in Germany the laws that protected about half a million people so-called dachas there in East Germany expire. To date, a law protecting the tenant against dismissal by the municipality will also expire October 3, 2015. Everywhere we look, there are changes coming to a head, right down to the U.S. Federal budget with 2015.75.

Understanding why there is a regular rhythmic pattern to the world economy has baffled many. I believe this is caused by the convergence of so many aspects of life that the turning points are a rhythm of everything, yet simultaneously, we are individual creatures of our own fate.

The second aspect of this ECM model is the convergence. In other words, we are able to see where the boom and bust will take place by determining which market sector aligns with the major turning points. Of course the 1987 crash bottomed to the day with the ECM confirming that was the low. The same took place in 1994 where the U.S. share market bottomed right to the day, once again confirming this was an important low. Therefore, it has been the alignment of the individual market with the major ECM global frequency that determines the outcomes.

This next turning point should be the peak in the concentration of capital and confidence in government. From there on out, 2015.75 should mark the change in trend where people will start to disbelieve government on a grand scale. The debt markets that peak precisely with the target are going to get the worst of it. What we do need to pay attention to is there a decline in the share market first that send capital rushing into the short-term government paper to create the final rally?

Full article: The Shift in Public Confidence: 2015.75 (Armstrong Economics)

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