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Market Talk — July 7, 2016

By admin / July 8, 2016

A quiet day in Asia is a bit of a relief after all the recent fun and games and that is what we saw today with global markets having behaved themselves and a FED that was more than compensated for, there was really not much to play on and so we saw one of the […]

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Senate & State Department Begin Their Own Investigations into Hillary

By admin / July 8, 2016

It really is rather outrageous that the Democrats put forth Hillary as their candidate. They should have put in Joe Biden. Now both the Senate and the State Department are beginning investigations and Hillary will not be as protected as she was by Comey at the direction of Obama. Surely, the Democrats could have found […]

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Even Death May Not Forgive Student Loans

By admin / July 8, 2016

The student loan situation has gone from bad to worse. Marcia DeOliveira-Longinetti’s son was killed, and after death, the remaining balance of his federal student loans were written off, but not by the state of  New Jersey. The state told his mother, “Your request does not meet the threshold for loan forgiveness.” The press treats […]

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US Government Preparing for Massive Civil Unrest

By admin / July 8, 2016

The Federal government is arming every agency from the IRS to the State Department for domestic purposes. This is clearly a response to what they know is coming. There is no question that they are preparing for an uprising. They know that socialism is collapsing. Rather than reform the political economy, they are digging in […]

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The Supreme Court on Corruption

By admin / July 8, 2016

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What is your take on the Supreme Court corruption ruling? ANSWER: Actually, under strict construction, I would have to agree with this one.  The statute actually provides that when a public official is paid to influence an “official act” in exchange for cash, loans, or gifts then it becomes a crime. However, an […]

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Another Prosecutor Shows Comey’s Complete Incompetance-Political Bias?

By admin / July 8, 2016

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Gowdy-v-Comey.mp4 Former District Attorney for the State of South Carolina and a Federal Prosecutor, Trey Gowdy, tears James Comey apart illustrating how he has simply refused to indict Hillary when there is far more evidence what she did was scathingly criminal. But the Democrats will cover it all up far worse than the Nixon cover-up […]

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Question About Time

By admin / July 7, 2016

QUESTION: Dear Martin,  I have been following your projection of numbers and time, which is a serious tool to use as guidance. The question that keeps coming up is why are these numbers so important with weeks, months, quarters and years closings that can forecast the coming trend?  Everything in the normal world wouldn’t pay […]

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Governments Keep Their Fingers Crossed

By admin / July 7, 2016

We must face the fact that we are in a slowing global economy and governments simply have their fingers crossed in hopes this nightmare just corrects itself. There is a massive slowing of real income in Europe and the OECD has commented that this is creating a serious political problem for governments moving forward. Central banks cannot stimulate, because at […]

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