All posts in " Economics "

When is Inflation – Deflation?

By admin / December 11, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; the WEC was the best ever. The materials it took you a month to prepare in advance are amazing. Your insight into the difference between a sovereign debt crisis and how that produces deflation compared to the debasement deserves a Nobel Prize. My question is how did the people cope with the […]


Do Coins Reveal the Futility of our Times?

By admin / December 5, 2018

The study of coins, numismatics, has constantly expanded our knowledge of antiquity in recent decades through new discoveries which have proven so many old theories wrong and turned academics on their head when it comes to their theories. Without the consideration of the coins, many questions of ancient history would never be answered. Nevertheless, many […]


The Business Cycle & the Suicide Rate

By admin / November 30, 2018

  The press is all abuzz about the suicide rate is up 33% in 20 years and they blame the lack of funding as if this alone will cure the problem. They never seem to simply correlate this with economics. Now we have more than 47,000 Americans committed suicide in 2017, according to the Centers […]


World Economy Declines into 2035.8

By admin / November 24, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You mentioned that we should expect a further decline in the economy. Do you have a target for that decline? Thank you KT ANSWER: The world economy has been in a prolonged economic decline as taxes have risen and regulation has expanded. As government hunts money everywhere, they are bringing the world […]


The Fate of Germany v Euro – The Export Economic Model Risks

By admin / November 5, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I watched the new documentary on your solution. I really want to thank you for everything you do and for free. It is so nice to see someone who actually gives back and has no personal agenda to enrich themselves. My question is this. You mentioned the reason why the United States […]


How Politicians Are Creating the Worst Economic Crash in History

By admin / November 1, 2018

Politicians have totally and completely misunderstood the trends within the global economy and as a result, they are actually creating one of the worst economic debacles in history. I have explained several times that the bulk of investment capital is tied up in two primary sectors – (1) government bonds and (2) real estate. Because […]


Forget the Doom & Gloom – It’s Not That Bad

By admin / October 25, 2018

QUESTION: Martin, I know things are dark, but you are becoming down right gloomy. If the world is falling apart in Austrialia, Europe, Japan and ultimately the USA, there must be somewhere, or somewheres, the computer says things will be great in, or get better in. Where to go now? China right now, no thank you. […]


Coming New German Documentary

By admin / October 24, 2018

I flew to Germany to participate in another German documentary on the European Economy conducted by the renowned German filmmaker Marcus Vetter.  I believe this will be released this weekend. Just for the record, I was neither paid nor do I participate in any revenue from this new film. I agreed to participate as a […]


IMF Warns Their Forecast Was Wrong

By admin / October 13, 2018

COMMENT: It really does appear that the IMF is following you and repeating your forecasts. They first said the world economy was booming at the start of the year for the next several years. Now they have revised that forecast and saying we are at risk of a decline. Any comment? HK ANSWER: Yes, at […]


Nobel Prize is Not Handed Out For Accomplishment but for Politics

By admin / October 11, 2018

QUESTION:  Hello Martin, It would be very interesting to hear your thoughts about this year Nobel Prize winners in Economics and their work. I insist it should be you and your team that gets such prize, but will that ever happen?.. Much appreciation for your great contribution to humanity, best wishes from Scandinavia, AM ANSWER: They […]

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