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Will Europe See More Deflation, Stagflation, or Inflation?

By admin / August 5, 2019

  QUESTION:  Dear Martin, am a loyal reader of your blog and many thanks to you for the education. Please, one brief but important question, which keeps me thinking hard these days. I remember your words, inflation should pick up in the next cycle. But, isn’t it the other way round? Isn’t deflation the next […]

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China & Buying Gold – Why?

By admin / April 17, 2019

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I believe you said at the WEC in 2017 that central banks will diversify and increase their gold reserves going into the currency crisis coming in 2021. China has continued to increase its gold reserves. You would please update on that development. Thank you PK ANSWER: Central banks are in a very […]

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Governments Are Sucking in Assets like a Black Hole

By admin / January 28, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/money_hole_20800.mp4 QUESTION: Hello Sir, I am French and have been reading you for many years (I already read you while you published papers while you were very unfairly imprisoned). I signed up for Socrates on 6th January and must thank you warmly for opening my eyes to the real state of the global economy and its […]

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Welcome to Dollar Vertigo – China to Ban Dollar Borrowing?

By admin / June 29, 2018

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, it seems that whatever you say our government follows. You said China should buy directly from the Treasury and not the New York bank and they did that right away. Now they are considering stopping dollar borrowing here in China as well. You should be holding a WEC here in Shanghai next. […]

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The Dollar High – Real or Adjusted?

By admin / May 15, 2018

QUESTION:  Hi Marty, you said that the Dollar will make a major high going into 2020/21 and that will bring on the break in the monetary system. will the Dollar make new all-time high in nominal (165) terms or will it take an inflation-adjusted high to break the system? thanks for the education. JP ANSWER: Here […]

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2017 is Looking More Optimistic Than Ever

By admin / January 2, 2017

The only thing about international trade is that someone cannot have a trade surplus without another experiencing a trade deficit. We all cannot have trade surpluses simultaneously and we have to begin understanding this reality. The net capital movements around the world are showing clear signs that things will be intensifying and the net capital […]

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All Roads Lead to the Dollar

By admin / December 7, 2016

  COMMENT: Marty; I have attended every conference since 2011. You have really opened my eyes and you have to be blind not see that you have called every trend from the decline in gold, rally in the Dow, collapse of Europe, the rise in the dollar, and the uptick in war/civil unrest not to […]

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Does the Fed Fear a Dollar Rally & Bond Crash?

By admin / October 7, 2016

  QUESTION: Numerous people have asked: Does the FED actually also see these trends coming (strong US dollar, bond crash) ? K. ANSWER: Yes. The Fed has sent people to the major banking houses and told them outright that their models are wrong. They have been telling them quietly that there may not be a […]

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Great Alignment

By admin / September 23, 2016

QUESTION: You said in the last gold video that ——— could be the possible big turning point in gold.  Do you also see ——— (or 1st quarter next year) as the time when we see ———  aligning to begin the transition from public to private? JT ANSWER: It may not be January precisely, but the turmoil in […]

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US Debt: Who is Really Selling & Who is Buying?

By admin / August 29, 2016

QUESTION: Marty; Since you wrote that central banks have been net sellers of US Treasuries for the first six months to support their currencies, others are jumping on board and are claiming nobody wants them so buy gold. Would you care to elaborate on this subject? It seems another desperate attempt by the hyperinflationists. Thank […]

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