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Are Terrorists Smarter Than We Think?

December 10, 2015

According to information from The Guardian, there was a civil protection exercise in Paris that took place on the very day of the attacks –November 13, 2015. The pattern emerging is interesting. Back in 2005, on the very day of … →

Australia Raids Home of Touted Founder of Bitcoin

December 10, 2015

The Guardian reported that Australia raided the home of Craig Wright only hours after it was shared that he may be one of the founders of the cryptocurrency bitcoin. Of course, authorities also claim such raids are not related. But they ALWAYS … →

Market Talk – December 9, 2015

December 10, 2015

Hardly a day to write about with Asian equities not really showing any indications of a direction, let alone a story, for the day. All core indices closed +/- 0.5%; even to fabricate a rumour would constitute just that — a fabrication! … →

Euro Rally

December 10, 2015

QUESTION: Marty, I believe you said if the Euro closes below 10365 for the year then everything would fall apart. If it closed above 105, then the decline can be more prolonged. What is the bullish level to reverse the … →


December 9, 2015

As of January 1, 2016, Switzerland is handing over the names of everyone who has anything stored in its Swiss freeport customs warehouses. For decades, people have stored precious metals and art in Swiss custom ports — tax-free — as long as … →

The Hunt for Loose Change

December 9, 2015

I returned from Berlin dressed casually in jeans for the overnight flight. I was so busy with meetings I hadn’t the time to even buy a t-shirt. When I collected my luggage, I was pulled by customs. They didn’t care … →

Cuba Embargo Falls 51.6 Years on Schedule

December 9, 2015

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, Both Rubio and Cruz are anti-Cuba even though they are Cuban heritage. What is your opinion on Cuba? ANSWER: President Raul Castro has become a pro-business advocate. He is now allowing Cuban residents to buy and sell their … →

Market Talk – December 8, 2015

December 8, 2015

China’s trade surplus did not live up to expectations, and as a result, we saw weaker prices across all major Asian indices. Shanghai and HSI were both down around 1.5% whilst the Nikkei lost only 1%. The Nikkei did attempt to … →

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