Felon Blogs on Economy After 11 Years in Jail

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Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Martin Armstrong is a self-taught economist who is starting to build an Internet following from an almost-empty office across the street from Philadelphia City Hall. He’s also an unrepentant felon who spent 11 years in prison for cheating investors out of $700 million and hiding $15 million in assets from regulators. Jim Rogers, a commodities investor and chairman of Singapore-based Rogers Holdings, said he reads Armstrong occasionally for his “historical knowledge and insight,” though he doesn’t pay attention to his cycle theories. Betty Liu reports in today's Movers and Shakers on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)


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