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The Pension Crisis Will Break Up the EU

By admin / June 5, 2018

The German public broadcast agency ARD is proposing structural changes. Due to the low-interest rates, the ECB has placed the agency in hard times with its pensions. Karola Wille, the director, has called for structural reform to reduce costs. The proposal centers on technological change to increase efficiency in the performance of its mandate. They are […]

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A Global Systemic Collapse – Opportunity & Risk

By admin / May 29, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; FX Street named you forecaster of the year for your Swiss franc euro peg forecast that also nobody else saw coming. I remember you were named here in Canada as Economist of the Decade for your calls during the 1980s with the 1987 crash and the crash in Japan. I by no […]

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Emerging Market Debt Defaults on the Horizon?

By admin / May 18, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You said that the emerging markets are a huge problem that will lead to a Sovereign Debt Default. Can you elaborate on that statement? Thank you for your insight VU ANSWER: The emerging markets are in far worse shape today than they were even back in 2008. They have issued heaps of dollar-denominated debt to […]

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What If We Just Wiped Out All Debt?

By admin / May 15, 2018

QUESTION: Hello Marty I am hoping you will print this in your blog. Everyone knows that Govt’s/Banks print money out of thin air and then “owe interest” to this invented money. To avoid an interest payment death spiral why can’t all the Govt’s in the world just tell the banks to pound sand? Why can’t […]

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BIG BANG is Here and Ticking

By admin / May 10, 2018

QUESTION:  Dear Marty, due to 5,000-year lows in interest rates, in 2011 the US was able to triple the debt but keep the payments the same as in 1998. With interest rates rising (but still historically low) in 2017 the US paid the highest interest payment on the debt in history. Could you please elaborate […]

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Why National Debts Eventually Default

By admin / May 9, 2018

  QUESTION: If governments have been borrowing without limit since world war 2, are you saying that there is some line that is cross in debt to GDP that results in default? Thank you JU ANSWER: No. The debt to GDP ratio is interesting. The USA is at about 103% and China is at 250%. […]

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Can US Russian Sanctions Start A Financial Crisis?

By admin / May 8, 2018

The US sanctions against Russia are pointless and are placing the West at risk the politicians are too stupid to even comprehend. Already, some Russian companies have asked the government for liquidity injections of up to $2 billion. Even the world’s second-largest aluminum producer Rusal has asked for help. Nevertheless, the impact of sanctions goes […]

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Greece & the Debt Crisis

By admin / April 30, 2018

The entire EU Crisis began precisely on schedule on the Political Pi Turning point from the major high in 2007. Precisely on the day of the ECM turning point, April 16, 2010 (2010.29) Greece notified the IMF it was on the verge of bankruptcy. By April 22nd, the Euro fell to near year-low levels amid concerns about […]

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The Future The Good and the Bad

By admin / April 26, 2018

  COMMENT: Good morning Mr. Armstrong, Thank you for your service to Mankind! I look forward to seeing you and Vicky again in Orlando. I was reading your Blog on stem cells and felt compelled to send you the attached. … One other item of note; one of my other clients had their boat seized in […]

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Where do We go? Is Any Place Safe?

By admin / April 21, 2018

  Many people have written in asking the same question: “My question is as follows. Since we are all connected in this world. Will there be any place at all that will not be affected by a WW3? “ So far, we do not see anywhere in the developed world that will be unaffected. That does […]

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