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The GDP Decline Post-2015.75

By admin / October 17, 2017

The economic decline that we are now in moving into about 2036, is significantly different than pre-2015.75. The confidence shifted and 2015.75 was the peak in confidence in government. This is the rising discontent which produced Trump, BREXIT, and the rising separatist movements around the globe. The old way of running the economy is what […]

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Cryptocurrencies

By admin / October 2, 2017

QUESTION: Marty, do you think any crypto currency will survive? ANSWER: No. We are looking at central banks and even the Chinese government is moving to create a Cryptocurrencies. There is no question that we will be looking at this as the next evolutionary step forward in the monetary system. However, what I have been […]

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Socrates is Up but Irma Has Impacted Our Independent Data Feed

By admin / September 10, 2017

While Socrates is not located in Florida and all our sites are also not dependent upon one location, unfortunately, one of our data provider operates on servers in Boca Raton, Florida. They obviously do not have backups out of the region and the power is down. The Socrates site is up as is our blog. […]

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Frankfurt- Fate of the Euro Conference

By admin / July 22, 2017

We would like to thank everyone who helped make this SOLD OUT event a success in Frankfurt, Germany. For those unable to attend we will have the video recording available for purchase in the coming weeks. 

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St Petersburg Office

By admin / June 10, 2017

Send anything to the St Petersburg Address Armstrong Economics 360 Central Ave, Suite 800 St Petersburg, Fl 33701

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Where to Draw the Line Between Charity & Socialism

By admin / January 18, 2017

QUESTION:  A helping hand is not socialism I get perturbed about the lack of distinction between socialism and where a helping hand of the kindly state ends. I refer with due respect to your blog on differences between capitalism and socialism. Marty, As you know in all families there are those children and some adults […]

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Larry Summers – Who Admits He Cannot Forecast – Forecasts Trump

By admin / January 8, 2017

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Summers-Economy-Not-Predictable.mp4 QUESTION: Marty; Did you see Larry Summer’s comments on Trump. Is this guy completely insane? He says Trump is proposing things off the planet. Wasn’t it Summers who came up with the negative interest rates and supported repealing Glass Steagal? ANSWER: Larry Summers is a classic example of how a PHD means absolutely nothing compared to real […]

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2017 is Looking More Optimistic Than Ever

By admin / January 2, 2017

The only thing about international trade is that someone cannot have a trade surplus without another experiencing a trade deficit. We all cannot have trade surpluses simultaneously and we have to begin understanding this reality. The net capital movements around the world are showing clear signs that things will be intensifying and the net capital […]

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Republican Tax Reform – What About the Deficit?

By admin / December 30, 2016

The Associated Press ran a story reporting: “Congressional Republicans are planning a massive overhaul of the nation’s tax system, a heavy political lift that could ultimately affect families at every income level and businesses of every size.” The interesting aspect is that the headline reads: GOP: Cut taxes, change brackets; but what about deficits There is zero discussion about […]

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