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First the DEFLATION – then the INFLATION

  When the Roman Empire collapsed during the reign of Gallienus (253-268AD), for the next two waves of the Economic Confidence Model (17.2 years) Rome [...]

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What If Central Banks Buy 90% of Gov’t Paper?

A few questions have come in asking how can rates rise if central banks end up buying the bulk of government bonds at auctions like just took place in Germany with [...]

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The Fed & The Fish Bowl Economy Theory

QUESTION: Sir, Thank you so much for sharing your insights via your website. I only recently discovered it and devour the writings daily. In the interest of full [...]

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Is Europe’s Austerity Policy just Incompetent?

The turmoil within Europe over this austerity policy is reaching astronomical proportions. This crazy failure to comprehend that you cannot raise taxes and increase [...]

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Middle East Understands they Must Let the Pegs Go to the Dollar

Gulf Arab oil states may need to rethink longstanding economic policies, including their fixed exchange rates, over the next couple of years as economic cycles in [...]

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You Just Can’t Even Mail Presents Anymore

COMMENT: Hi Martin Thank you so much for the ongoing education. It’s so refreshing to listen to the truth from a man with so much knowledge, and has no bias. [...]

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US Government Tries to Hide How Much Tax They Really Get

About 50% of the airfare you pay is often taxes. It does appear to be illegal for airlines to advertise fares that don’t include government taxes: H.R. 4156 [...]

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Coins of Gallic Empire (259-273AD)

  For all those who have inquired are there coins available of the Gallic Empire that split away from Rome? Yes. We have put together a set of four of the main [...]

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The Paradox of Inflation/Deflation

QUESTION:  Martin   You have really added dimensions to my thinking. Thank you very much. One thing that continues to puzzle me is how empire’s die and [...]

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Global Warming Historic Blizzard of 2015

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