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Debt Crisis & What it Means for the Average Person

By admin / October 18, 2019

QUESTION: Dear Sir, In connection with official and real interest rates: For us, the ordinary people, how can we benefit or lose from this situation? As it seems on first site that it simply deals with big boys (gvmnts, banks, etc) Thank you SM ANSWER: Our client base is probably the most diverse in the […]

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Municipalities Going Bust Everywhere

By admin / October 13, 2019

We must understand that municipalities are going broke everywhere in the West. More than 50% of the municipalities in Germany are in trouble. We see the same trend everywhere. The Swedish Kommunivest movement where municipalities banned together to sell their debt which they cannot pay off only illustrates the problem. We then have states/provinces facing […]

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Why Did the Dollar Rally Only After the 1929 High?

By admin / September 24, 2019

QUESTION: Hello, I am having trouble understanding how capital flows into the US, which helped the Dow double from ’27-29 didn’t move the dollar. Instead, the dollar moved up abruptly when inflows collapsed. It doesn’t make sense to me. Can Marty cover this at the WEC or help me understand in an email or blog […]

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Computer v Influence

By admin / September 5, 2019

QUESTION: Do you think that Cambridge Analytica actually had any influence in creating BREXIT given the controversy that they were hired but then not? Can such influence actually change elections? DK ANSWER: As Nigel Farage noted at our Rome WEC in early 2019, our computer forecast BREXIT when nobody else did. Our computer does not […]

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Big Bang in Full Motion Set to Collide In a Real Mess

By admin / August 29, 2019

COMMENT: Marty, The central banks tell us they will lower interest rates, even into negative territory, in order to stimulate the economy through bank lending. YOU tell this is an outdated theory that has NEVER worked and I believe you. Surely the central banks persist will this excuse not because they think it will work […]

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Forced Loans People Ignore Until it’s TOO LATE

By admin / June 14, 2019

QUESTION: With the private vs public debt and interest rate discussion, nobody is mentioning things like government legislation to forcing people to buy government debt. For example 401’s, IRA’s… must have or be in government debt. Your thoughts? ANSWER: Governments have often resorted to forced loans. When Italy was in trouble, they took 90-day paper […]

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The Great Unknown – The Bond Contagion

By admin / April 29, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Trailer-Bond-Contagion.mp4 We are facing a very interesting financial crisis that has never before been witnessed because this is how the Socialist Utopian Society will crash and burn. We are beyond all economic theories for nobody from Keynes back to Adam Smith ever contemplated what would happen with the deadly theory of Quantitative Easing constructed upon […]

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The Dawn of the Great Financial Unknown

By admin / April 24, 2019

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I assume you read that Mr. Nagai  has confirmed what you have been saying that the central banks have destroyed the bond markets. I must confess, his comments have finally struck a vein in our senior management. I have been trying to explain your view to them but nobody wanted to think […]

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The Consequence of War that Led to the German Hyperinflation

By admin / April 23, 2019

QUESTION: Everyone has a chart of the German DAX postwar. I have never seen a chart of the German stock market before the war. Do you have any? HVS ANSWER: Yes. However, you must understand that because the world was on a gold standard, the arbitrage volatility was reflected in the bond and share markets […]

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Debt & the Point of No Return

By admin / April 2, 2019

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; First I want to thank you for coming to Europe this year. It has been some time since your Berlin Conference. My question is simple. How can the ECB tell countries to reduce their debt when as you say nobody ever pays off the debt? Is this just fantasy or do they really […]

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