All posts in " Real Estate "

Real Estate – Taxes – Currency

By admin / November 16, 2018

COMMENT: Dear Martin, I bought ‘The World Real Estate Report’ at the end of 2016. It stated that Australian real estate was going to fall after the first quarter (March) in 2016. The property prices in Melbourne (where I live) continued to rise in April 2016 so I sent an email to Socrates Support asking […]


Technical Training Conference in 2019 & Spanish Real Estate

By admin / October 7, 2018

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong: I have a few question if I may. In the past you mentioned that you taught technical analysis for institutional managers before. Is there by any chance that you will teach and hold a session for a class for the general public. I would like to attend your class and learn from […]


The Millennial Crisis

By admin / September 25, 2018

There is a serious economic crisis brewing that few seem to be paying attention. According to a new survey from Zillow Group Inc. (ZG – Get Report), approximately 22.5% of millennials ages 24 through 36 are living at home with their moms or both parents, up nine percentage points since 2005  which was 13.5% and the most in any year […]


People Living in their Cars in California?

By admin / September 2, 2018

A very interesting issue has emerged in California. The price of real estate rose so high that the median price for a home reached $600,000 and the price was just too high. Consequently, people began to take up residence sleeping in their cars. A recent article looked at the issue and found that 15,000 people live […]


Tampa v St. Petersburg for Migration

By admin / September 1, 2018

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong: I have a question in regards to your recommendation from last year’s WEC. You recommend to move to Tampa, FL and I have been following your recommendation. I have been wanting to move out of Stockton, California, which a bankrupted city in the late 2008 Financial Crisis. Stockton has been a mess […]


Real Estate & Understanding The Role of Debt

By admin / August 22, 2018

QUESTION: Dear Sir/Madam Thank you so much for what you all do. I was just reading today’s Blog 17-08-2018 –  ‘ Real Estate – Leverage – Transition to the Reset ‘.   The bit I did not understand was where it was written  ‘ Keep in mind that as the currency declines, then the repayment cost […]


Real Estate – Leverage – Transition to the Reset

By admin / August 17, 2018

QUESTION: Hi Mr. Armstrong, Thank you for the daily blogs on world events with an independent analysis that makes sense. I find them better than investment bank reports that just make up the pages. Could you please elaborate on what happens to properties when the monetary reset comes? If people lose confidence in fiat money […]


California Real Estate Peaks and Begin a Crash

By admin / August 17, 2018

California has joined the states with not just the highest taxes in America, but it has become one of those states that people are just leaving resulting i9n a net outward-migration. There is a logical consequence when a state becomes a place people are trying to flee from – real estate MUST decline in value. […]


Has 95 become the New 65 for Retirement?

By admin / July 22, 2018

One of the more interesting downsides of the collapse in socialism is the impact upon the elderly. The data now shows that since the 2007-2009 recession, about twice as many elderly are still working. When interest rates decline, income from savings collapsed. So while the theory was to lower interest rates to “stimulate” the economy, the […]


They Want to Charge the Elderly for Needing Help After a Fall

By admin / July 13, 2018

QUESTION: Hi Martin, You are unique in your insight into the growing theft of our money and dignity by the increasingly draconian authorities. Sometimes it’s hard to tell in this era of clickbait and fake news whether something you read is real. In the case of Councils, however, which universally seem to be repositories for people […]

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