All posts in " Central Banks "

The Coming Crisis – What to Watch?

By admin / January 20, 2020

QUESTION: Dear Martin – We owe your respect for what you are doing and I wanna say thanks for educating your followers like me. With the issue of this growing international crisis, are you able to provide ideas on what the triggers maybe when it begins to come out of the surface? What can we […]


How Will Europe Respond to Being the Source of the Crisis?

By admin / January 7, 2020

QUESTION: Dear Martin, You have discussed the structural design flaw in the euro being due to the lack of consolidation of EU countries’ debt, as well as, EU policies that prohibit bank bailouts. Why could EU policies regarding the prohibition of bank bailouts just not be changed to allow for bailouts? If I understand correctly, […]


The ECB & its Green Agenda

By admin / December 20, 2019

QUESTION: Marty, what do you think about Legarde claiming the top priority of the ECB is climate protection? DK ANSWER: The proposition that the primary objective of the ECB should be climate protection is highly questionable even from a legal perspective. The European Treaties created the ECB with the primary function to ensure price stability. […]


Central Banks Buying More Equities than Gold? Why?

By admin / December 17, 2019

QUESTION: Marty; It seems when Goldman Sachs makes a recommendation, it tends to be the kiss of death. They came out and said the stock market was going to crash at the end of 2017 just before it broke out. Now they are pitching gold but they have been the ones who controlled the warehouses. […]


European Banks to be Prohibited from Dealing in Repo?

By admin / December 5, 2019

QUESTION: Mr Armstrong, I have great respect for your work. Can you explain how the Fed’s QE fits into the cycle of things. It seems to me that their interference in the markets is disrupting/altering the cycle. For example, the latest Fed purchases of T-bills every month in the amount of $60. Who are they […]


Italy & the Euro

By admin / December 4, 2019

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong, When will the Euro begin the final drop against the USD? My second question is property in Italy seems to be rising. Is this what you referred to a currency inflation? CDP ANSWER: The decline in the euro since 2008 has been steady, but gradual to some extent. The EU government […]


Lagarde – ECB – Euro

By admin / November 19, 2019

The central banks are keenly aware that they cannot stimulate economic growth, although they will not state that publicly. The wheel of fortune has completed its revolution. The central bankers are quietly lobbying the political side of the aisle to swing back to Keynesian fiscal policy and reverse austerity. The 63-year-old Christine Lagarde was supported […]


Central Banks Pre & Post-1971

By admin / October 22, 2019

QUESTION: You commented that the central banks had a difficult position when they were on the gold standard compared to post-1971. Could you explain that difference? Thank you for the education. Its better than any classroom. EJ ANSWER: The United States created the Federal Reserve in 1913. Prior to World War I, central banks were […]

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