Martin Armstrong's meticulously researched and developed Economic Confidence Model has enormous implications for the world. At one point, everyone from Goldman Sachs to the CIA and FBI wanted it. Armstrong and his team at Princeton Economics took extreme measures to protect the algorithm and the computers it resided on.
The documentary The Forecaster tells the story of infamous financial advisor Martin Armstrong. Armstrong’s economic forecasts and their interconnections with world events financial and political are complex and astonishing. The online platform The Forecaster – Interactive examines the myriad of topics and relationships of the film in depth, connecting them with current events and politics.
The interactive timeline places the central events of Martin Armstrong’s life — including his controversial economic forecasts — in their political and historical context. Viewers can explore the timeline on their own and look for the answers to the questions that the film raises. The platform is organized around Armstrong’s forecasts but goes beyond them. It includes many significant financial and world events of the past. The platform also includes the present and the near future — as befits a site about forecasting and predictions. It might even give visitors an answer to the most pressing question: are the forecasts true?