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The Way to Survive Hyperinflation

By admin / March 22, 2018

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I just wanted to comment that I am from Venezuela. My father came here to visit me in Florida where I live with a Green Card. Everything he saved in life for his retirement is now worthless and it does not even pay to travel back to collect his pension. The hyperinflation […]


The Unsound Theory of Inflation

By admin / March 19, 2018

QUESTION: You defend central banks yet the Rothschilds when clearly Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild said: “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes it’s laws.”  Any comment? SL ANSWER: No problem. He never said any such thing it was completely made up. It was attributed to him in 1838 when he […]


Left v Right – Why the Western Society is Really Collapsing

By admin / March 16, 2018

    QUESTION: Hi Marty, we just saw the German elections play out. For Germany, this is a huge move to the left – at least in government. They also say that Europe will be strongly supported. I guess that means shoveling money to Brussels and raising it via more and more taxes. Now, I researched […]


Repetitive Patterns in the Money Supply – Will Coins Become Extinct?

By admin / March 15, 2018

Inflation over time raises the cost of raw metal and we see that such coins vanish from the money supply. Britain is the latest in line to eliminate the 1 & 2 pence coins. They are costing more to produce than they are worth. I have written about the monetary reform Act of 1857 when […]


New California Rebels Against Tyranny of the Majority

By admin / March 12, 2018

The movement within California to split the state between Republican v Democrat has passed the first hurdle in becoming the 51st State. The movement is called the New California. They read their own Declaration of Independence on the floor of the State Senate. Their position reflects the serious divide within this country of left v right. […]


Trump to Impose Tariffs

By admin / March 2, 2018

Trump is implementing tariffs against any country that imposes a tariff of American products. This is a tit-for-tat and will be of a like amount. For years, many countries have imposed tariffs on US products when there has been no tariff on their products. The criticism against Trump at Davos was he should put the world economy first […]


Socialism Always Moves to Tyranny

By admin / February 21, 2018

  The economic message taught in most universities is very distorted. It universally teaches children to judge economic systems from the perspective of their victims. They will endlessly point out the impoverished people and the devastation of the climate as proof that capitalism is evil and that we need government to intervene. We have economist […]


Conflict between Fiscal & Monetary Policy

By admin / February 13, 2018

We are moving into a crisis of monumental proportions. There has been a serious fundamental problem infecting economic policy on a global scale. This conflict has been between monetary and fiscal policy. While central banks engaged in Quantitative Easing, governments have done nothing but reap the benefits of low-interest rates. This is the problem we have with […]


The Transitional Flight to Quality

By admin / February 11, 2018

QUESTION: Hey Martin, … My question is: is there an influence of the Dow at this moment on the cryptocurrency market and the precious metal market? As you say, gold is not ready yet… Will the possible correction of the Dow play the confidence game and scare a lot of markets off? ANSWER: Yes. With Dow declining, […]


Indulgences & Protestant Reformation v Banking

By admin / February 10, 2018

QUESTION: Hi Martin–   The Christian Reformation of 1517 was the springboard for the development of western civilization. Most scholars focus on the theological aspects of the Protestants vs. the Catholics. But all have missed this key point: the economic impact of indulgences. I theorize that when indulgences ended, the masses had vast amounts of […]

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