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Agriculture & Global Cooling

By admin / April 22, 2018

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Are you familiar with Professor Easterbrook of Western Washington University who agrees with you and is projecting a decline in temperatures for the next three decades? It seems that those who simply claim that it has been getting warmer live in a bubble of biased news. One even said to me that it […]

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Where do We go? Is Any Place Safe?

By admin / April 21, 2018

  Many people have written in asking the same question: “My question is as follows. Since we are all connected in this world. Will there be any place at all that will not be affected by a WW3? “ So far, we do not see anywhere in the developed world that will be unaffected. That does […]

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The Coldest April in 140 Years

By admin / April 21, 2018

The emails have been coming about how it has been snowing well into April. Indeed, we are looking at this April coming in as the coldest in 140 years throughout many regions. It has snowed in Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Philadelphia during what should be spring. This is a sign that the energy output […]

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Market Talk- April 20th, 2018

By admin / April 20, 2018

  The uncertainty seen in US markets was reflected here in Asia overnight with all indices closing weak. Yesterdays gains were soon retraced even despite the attempted mid-morning recovery. The tech sector weighed on most indices, but financials, energy, manufacturing and real estate all added to the declines. Both the Hang Seng and Shanghai finished […]

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Low Inflation with Low Unemployment?

By admin / April 20, 2018

COMMENT: Good day Martin; Regarding: Market Talk- April 11, 2018 On the Fed minutes, you stated: “Interesting as they admit they are confused as to why unemployment is so low yet there is still no inflation. I will accept the challenge and take a stab at it. As you have stated many times trade is summed […]

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Can Governments Dictate to the Free Markets?

By admin / April 20, 2018

QUESTION: Martin, Thank you for your work and I really enjoy reading your blog. I had a conversation with someone in the hedge fund world and thought he had a very good thought/point on government bonds. He suggested that to prevent a collapse, the government would mandate that retirement accounts hold a certain percentage in government […]

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Market Talk- April 19, 2018

By admin / April 19, 2018

A solid day for Asia with the broad based rally carrying all markets higher. Confidence gained from strong earnings, better data than US markets had expected and energy prices rallying over 3% all helped to produce a positive day. The Nikkei gave-up the mornings highs and drifted in afternoon trade but still gained +0.15% for […]

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Unleash the Dogs of War

By admin / April 19, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, regarding your recent post about War, does this topic also relate to some hidden agenda about decreasing the world population? Thank you as always for your insight! Yours, JL ANSWER: There does not appear to be such a coordinated agenda. This is a few agencies who fear they are becoming redundant like NATO and […]

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Germany Creates Criminal Law That Applies to Small Business

By admin / April 19, 2018

QUESTION: The coalition agreement in Germany provided for criminal sanctions against companies of any size. Naturally, the large companies can withstand such an attack. Small business cannot. Do you see this as another push over the cliff for Europe since Germany is the pillar of the EU economy? Thank you from Berlin HS ANSWER: Unfortunately, this […]

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