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Interest Rates Starting to Soar Even in Europe

  Too many people are simply confused by the talking heads on TV who honestly cannot articulate anything that is real in the analytic world. So many people [...]

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Interest Rates – Just Amazing

There is a tremendous degree of hidden order behind everything. Here is a chart we have been publishing for decades. We created a continuous chart of the US [...]

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The Fed is so Short they need a High-Chair

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, What does it suggest when Governments decide to switch from issuing long-term bonds to short-term bonds? Does this occur because of [...]

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Why Does History Repeat?

QUESTION: Why does history repeat? ANSWER: Machiavelli said history repeats because the passions of man never change. But there is something even more. There is [...]

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How to Distinguish Among Banks & What Will Be Insured

It is starting to become critical regarding what bank to trust. The Bank War of Andrew Jackson just may be reemerging at last with the target being this time the [...]

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Gold Should Bottom Today – Temporarily

As we have stated, Friday was the target day for this week. Gold fell so far to 1179.4 about $20 above the first support zone. A 3 day reaction into next week [...]

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Propaganda – Who do you Trust

The father of propaganda is Edward Louis Bernays (November 22, 1891 – March 9, 1995). The government tries to imprison and kill anyone who leaks information [...]

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Manipulating the World

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong. I visited New York on business and after the market closed yesterday we went to a bar. I was shocked when the group at the next table of [...]

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Thatcher was Right

Margaret Thatcher was a Euro-Skeptic from the start. Her own cabinet abandoned her and pushed her out of politics because she was against joining the Euro concept. [...]

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India Raises Tariffs on Gold to Try to Stop Dollar Rise

  The Rupee has fallen sharply against the US dollar as volatility rises. The current account deficit jumped largely because India’s gold purchases rose [...]

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