Author: Markus Skupeika

Decline in Currency, Rise in Assets (Euro & Dax)

A natural law of economics is the following: + When Currency Declines, Assets Rise + When Currency Increases, Assets Decline Looking at the Euro(Europe’s Currency) and the DAX (Germany Index). We are presented with some initial clues of what is happening to capital. As Martin Armstrong States about the DAX rally in March (1 month from today): The DAX rally is being driven by the collapse in the Euro. As strange as it may seem to say, the DAX has not actually broken out just yet despite what it appears in nominal terms. This is precisely what takes place...

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Capital Flows

For personal use and notes, this is not financial advice. It important to remember that capital will always flow, just like energy. Below is examples of capital flows which I am writing to better understand the trends of economics. In regards to Martin Armstrong’s post regarding capital moving. What happens in one sector, people will move to the next. 1987 USA Crash: USA capital fleeing to Japan 1989 Japanese Bubble: Japan capital fleeing to South East Asia. Capital fled South East Asia to Europe (creating the Euro) Euro peaked, then capital fled back to USA Same happens in Asset...

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Knee Jerk, Reaction, Temp, Spike Events

The following is my own personal guide for reviewing different terminologies when reviewing the global market watch by Martin Armstrong. This is for research purposes and should not be used in real trading what-so-ever. Image & terminology by Armstrong Economics Different Scenarios or Event Descriptions: Knee Jerk High or Low – One-time-unit event. Reaction High or Low – Has not penetrated previous event and is at least three-time-unit event Temp High or Low – Normally brief trend greater than three-time-units. Spike High or Low – Quick thrust that may be three actual time units (within four or five), followed...

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