Marshall Swing was a new kid on the block who correctly predicted the horrifying plunge of silver and consequently earned the respect of finance aficionados. In this interview with James Tracy (MemoryHoleBlog.com), Swing analyzes the crazy cover of The Economist released in January 2015. He goes so far as to predict the crash of the world economy as precisely as October 23rd, 2015 (some might call this the "Shemitah," which didn't happen in September after all), based on the toes of the turtle seen at the bottom of the design. If he's right about the turtle, the guy is really amazing. Lots to ponder here, regardless. See what fits with your own notions, and test your gut for its reactions! Full piece from James Tracy's website here; see enlarged Economist cover here.