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USA & EU Differences in Monetary Policy

By admin / August 31, 2017

QUESTION: Sir,      In March 2013 Cyprus performed a forced loan through their banking system of about 50%. You have warned that if they do it there, they will do it here. Are trading accounts safe? Respectfully  DK ANSWER: The Cyprus event was instigated by Germany’s fixation with its hyperinflation and thus they are fighting […]

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Gold & the Dow

By admin / August 30, 2017

QUESTION:  Dear Martin, I have been following your blog for years now. I am not a trader or financial person in any sense of the word but I take a keen interest in the economy and try to keep myself educated re current science theories for my own interest. I love your blog and your […]

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Gold

By admin / August 24, 2017

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, looking at the analysis of Socrates on gold we see that the Momentum is bullish, trend is bullish, cycle trend is bullish, but Long term is bearish, how does that square with your call that Gold is going up to $5,000.00 when the long term is bearish. Thank you. ANSWER: Looking very […]

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Reader Comments & Observations

By admin / January 14, 2017

COMMENT #1:  Regarding your post Currency vs Language, I wanted to add that in NY I have an abundance of IT co-workers that are H1-B visas holders working as consultants from India. They are extremely nice and I’ve enjoyed learning about their culture. As I’ve stated before, these consults overwhelmingly supported Hillary Clinton. Some of […]

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Language & Culture are the Keys

By admin / January 13, 2017

QUESTION: Martin Really enjoy the blog & Socrates. Has given me insights I otherwise would have never had. You have mentioned that one of the reasons why the EU will fail and the USA as a union works is a common language. With the pace of tech moving so quickly and nearing a point where we […]

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What Books Are There on Monetary History?

By admin / September 3, 2016

QUESTION: Sir, My son is studying US History this year in 8th grade. You have a lot on your plate and appreciate what you have been doing for us. What is the best book on the monetary history of the US? Keep up the hood work and see you in November. DK ANSWER: Although I was […]

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Losing Sleep Over Banks

By admin / July 22, 2016

QUESTION: Hello Martin, If i have exposure to various banking counterparties in europe – what do i do from running a fund mgmt business as i m a bearish on banks….but i cant shut my business as i m fearful of banks…..what do you advise….how can one hedge or think about getting away from this […]

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Tariffs – Labor – Consumer

By admin / June 17, 2016

QUESTION: If Donald trump issues a tariff on countries like china will that cause the price of goods from china to go up in price?? Also is he correct by saying it will bring jobs back to the united states by doing this? Would overall implementing a tariff be a good thing or is it a […]

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Censorship? Manipulating the News?

By admin / June 11, 2016

COMMENT: Dear Mr. Armstrong, Is there a bug in my computer or has the latest the Nigel Farage video been removed from your blog? I also can’t find the recent more private video on migrant problems in Germany, which was rather shocking for us as the German press is not allowed to automatically report on […]

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Is Obedience to Authority the Explanation?

By admin / April 1, 2016

QUESTION: Marty, your point is well taken that we instinctively seek a guru be it in forecasting or politics. We have to understand we are doing that in order to escape responsibility and are really followers. Do you have any idea why we do that so instinctively? BH ANSWER: No. Perhaps it stems from the same […]

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