Watch out this weekend By Dominic Frisby Apr 15, 2009
Armstrong: "I know too much"
27 February 2007 is not a date that stands out. It is not indelibly imprinted on the minds of millions; it does not carry the pain or notoriety of 9-11; unlike 'Black Wednesday', it has not been nicknamed Nor, like 31 August 1997, The Day Diana Died, did it send a nation into mourning.
Yet the repercussions of this day are, quite simply, enormous. They may be felt for decades, and possibly mark the beginning of the next Great Depression. For this was the day the greatest credit bubble in history peaked and popped.
And one man predicted this turn as far back as the 1970s. He is Martin Armstrong.
What's more, another one of his turn dates is coming this weekend …