Martin Armstrong

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(Forecaster)
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Born01 November 1949
New Jersey
NationalityAmerican
OccupationForecaster
Criminal charge
Contempt of court, Commingling
Interests • Bill Browder
• Financial system
• COVID-19
• Banker
• “climate change”
Economic forecaster who was held in jail for 11 years, most of the time for contempt of court, after being relieved of the initial charges.

Martin Arthur Armstrong is a self-taught economic forecaster who's computer program, now named Socrates, has reliably predicted several major economic crises in the past. He was a sought for adviser to central banks and politicians in 1980s and 90s.[1][2]

After refusing to hand over the source code for his economic forecasting program to US intelligence, he was charged for operating a Ponzi scheme and held in Contempt of court for a total of seven years[3][4] after the initial charges against him proved to be indefensible.[5][6] An attempt on his life was made during his time in prison from which he nearly died.[7]

One of the first conferences after his releases from jail.



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