Wanted Book: "The Greatest Bull Market in History" by Martin Armstrong

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  1. just21


    #11     Mar 29, 2016
  2. Pekelo


    If he is the copyright holder, he could just scan it and put it up for sale as self published on Amazon... Cheaper and easier than messing with publishers...

    Anyhow here it is for a monthly fee accessible in pdf on scribd.com:

    #12     Mar 29, 2016
  3. just21


    #13     Mar 30, 2016
  4. yardbird


    #14     Mar 31, 2016
  5. yardbird


    Guy reminds me of the poster Nitro. Is nitro Armstrong?
    #15     Mar 31, 2016
  6. dratsum


    Does URF hate Nitro or is it just success that he hates?
    #16     Mar 31, 2016
  7. Interesting thread, but if anyone buys into it... it seems that the magic premise has already been disclosed -- 8.6 year repeatable cycles calling turning points
    (8.6year * 365 days/year) ~ 3140 days or 1000*pi

    It should be fairly easy to construct a plot with 8.6 yr interval overlays to convince yourself that there isn't much to this mysterious secret.

    P.S. Not meaning to troll, as I realize this is just a thread seeking a book.
    #17     Mar 31, 2016
  8. yardbird


    Are you saying Armstrong market success was just luck ? I am willing to consider this possibility -- what are your facts?
    #18     Mar 31, 2016
  9. As I said, if you accept that a big part of his secret equation dealt with 8.6 years, it is easy to convince yourself of its truth by simply overlaying vertical lines every 8.6 years on a long term plot of Gold or markets and see if it coincides at all with any major turning points in the last several decades since he has been away. I would highly doubt it.

    I know a lot of followers get offended by casting doubts, but again, he left enough evidence to test that major premise, IMO.

    Regarding his success, I can't say about him personally, but I've seen a lot of people ascribing success to Pretcher, who had many false calls that were easily falsifiable.

    Incidentally, you can add every 4.3 years (1/2 cycle) to the Armstrong Economics 8.6 yr review set to get...

    turning points.
    "1934.05" "B"
    "1938.35" "T"
    "1942.65" "B"
    "1946.95" "T"
    "1951.25" "B"
    "1955.55" "T"
    "1959.85" "B"
    "1964.15" "T"
    "1968.45" "B"
    "1972.75" "T"
    "1977.05" "B"
    "1981.35" "T"
    "1985.65" "B"
    "1989.95" "T"
    "1994.25" "B"
    "1998.55" "T"
    "2002.85" "B"
    "2007.15" "T"
    "2011.45" "B"
    "2015.75" "T"
    "2020.05" "B"

    ..take it as you will. But I also thought he called the 87 inflection point on a dime? Yet, on their website they only mention that 89 called the Japanese inflection point?
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2016
    #19     Mar 31, 2016
  10. userque


    I've watched the film. There seems to be much more going on than the 8.6 year cycle. And it's that 'more' that is not revealed.
    #20     Mar 31, 2016