The 2020 Elections & Beyond


Armstrong Economics Blog/Reports and DVDs Re-Posted Oct 9, 2020 by Martin Armstrong

Here is the 2020 Election Forecast and Beyond. This is a special report that provides the Forecasting Arrays out for 12 years so this is not just the 2020 election. Here you will see firsthand why the markets crash and then rally and people are confused and this illustrates why I have said that I am not afraid of Trump but comes AFTER Trump and why elections may vanish post-2024.

Anyone can claim to have forecast the Trump victory in 2016 based on a gut feeling expressed logically for their reasons. Here the first four political models back in 2016 were all unanimous calling for a Trump victory – not my personal opinion. Only Socrates was able to forecast Trump’s victory years in advance and BREXIT. Neith was based on my personal opinion. The standard in the forecast is one opinion against another. We have to move beyond that if we ever hope to see the future consistently.

This nearly 200-page report provides the models on both the prospects for Trump based on the popular vote as well as the Electoral College. Then you will find the forecasts for the combined Senate and House – Congress with the system models, technical analysis, and the cyclical Arrays. This is followed by specific sections for the Senate and Congress.

Then you will find all 50 states covered with the model forecasts for the outcome of each state.

This is the report we would provide to those in power for each election. Because of the seriousness of what we face on a political level globally, we are making this report available to everyone. Those attending the World Economic Conference need not purchase this report – it is included in your ticket price.

We will be posting this report for downloads next week.

Categories:Reports and DVDs

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