All posts in " Foreign Exchange "

Forex Trading into 2021

By admin / October 14, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Martin, I have been following you for about 5 years now and have been to 2 WECs. At the beginning of last year, I ventured into the forex markets with limited experience and some speculative money. I’ve have been adding money to my forex accounts over this time and thanks to you and […]


The Rumor of a Currency Reset & Gold

By admin / September 25, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Marty! Thanks for all your great work, I’ve been following you for many years and you are a true inspiration. I have some questions about the precious metals market. There has been some talk about a “monetary reset” in the future, how do you see it play out and what role do you […]


All Money is Backed Even Today!

By admin / September 20, 2019

QUESTION:  Hi AE, et al. Your blogs not only inform, but are actually entertaining as they give most of us a point of view we’ve never before contemplated. My question….you have stated numerous times that one of the reasons the Roman government survived for 100’s of years is because they simply created currency, as needed, […]


Gold in Currencies

By admin / September 2, 2019

QUESTION: Hello Marty, I have a question about Gold & Silver in other currencies – namely GBP. Accepting your rational, with evidence I must say, that precious metals are a reflection of the confidence people have in their countries currency, you can see from the price of gold & silver in GBP and EURO that […]


The Gold Standard Fell As All Currency Pegs Do

By admin / August 21, 2019

COMMENT: Dear Marty, In your recent blog about BREXIT, and. “Remainers acting in self-interest”, you produced an ONS graph showing UK’s growth rates before and after joining the EU (previously known as the Common Market), and concluded: “Britain has NEVER received a fair deal since joining the EU”. Surely you have overlooked a groundbreaking event […]


What Makes Currencies Rise & Fall in Value?

By admin / August 15, 2019

QUESTION: What makes currencies rise & fall in value? CC ANSWER: Many people want to reduce this to a logical explanation. It reminds me of when I testified before Congress at the House Ways & Means Committee. They had to put me on a panel with academics. I told them to make me last. The […]


World View v Domestic & Why It Has Been Always Wrong

By admin / May 28, 2019

COMMENT: Mr Armstrong, I want to thank you for I listened to the forecasts of analysts who said Europe and Emerging Markets were the best places to invest because the US was overpriced and would crash. I was introduced to you by a friend. I listened. I cut my losses and switched to the domestic […]


Euro Declining as a World Currency in Global Transactions

By admin / January 22, 2019

While the dollar haters are constantly calling for its demise, when we look at the stats, we see a very different picture. Since 2005, the euro’s share of bank loans has collapsed from 30% of the world market to just 20%, while the Greenback has soared from 60% to now 70% of world debt transactions. […]


Currency War – The Misguided Understanding of the FOREX Markets

By admin / October 14, 2018

  While the IMF chief Christine Lagarde has come out expressing her fear that not only a trade but also a currency war may emerge that could dampen the growth of the global economy, there are some serious issues that need to be addressed.  The problem with misunderstanding currency and its role in the floating […]


Directional Changes & the Worst in 40-Years

By admin / September 21, 2018

QUESTION: Marty; Your directional changes are amazing. They signal a change but it can be a turn as well as a sudden blast to the upside. You also mention that this is the worst you have ever seen personally in 40 years on the private blog. Could you elaborate? Thank you for being here. There are […]

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