muses of the moment

July 5, 2013

Important information from Martin Armstrong (dated July 3, 2013)

Click here from Martin Armstrong on the European timeline. From Martin: “Once the general understanding that the German banks are really in trouble hits home, there will be no place for capital to hide inside the Euro.”

Click here for a prelude to Martin’s upcoming Asset Allocation report (coming out in September?).

From the link above:

We have received numerous requests from old institutional clients that they need help on asset allocation. Even the famous All Weather Bridgewater Fund used by pension funds is under water. The asset allocation modeling that we have done for institutional clients over the years is adopting the most dramatic changes how portfolios should be restructured to survive the 2015-2020 period. We are going to see a lot of banks fall. This will include some of the most famous names that will shock confidence right down to its root core. The currencies will go wild and we are NOT going to even see the standard Flight to Quality rushing to government bonds that dominated the 2007-2011 downturn.



  1. So what should the average Joe do? I saw that Martin said that possibly the best value of the decade is to buy Swiss francs. Should intake $10.000 and buy Francs with them? How do we thrive from 2015-2020??? I need answers. Anyone?

    Comment by MikePhila — July 5, 2013 @ 7:29 pm

  2. Armstrong posted an interesting video on gold today –

    Comment by sw — July 5, 2013 @ 10:26 pm

  3. I’d love to see it go to 950! Heck, 1050 would be bargain city!!!

    Comment by MikePhila — July 6, 2013 @ 10:13 am

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