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India Enters the Sovereign Debt Crisis

I have warned continually that the Sovereign Debt Crisis will unfold not so much by people selling government debt, but by the lack of people buying new debt. The [...]

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Rising Interest Rates

While the stock market crashed as the pundit looked in their bag to try to come up with an excuse, they blamed rising inflation and interest rates. Yet, nobody is [...]

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The Coming Banking Crisis & The End of Bailouts

Behind the curtain, there is a growing concern about a serious banking crisis beginning once again in Europe. Many governments are talking about the crisis [...]

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Market Talk- February 21, 2018

On the whole a positive session for Asia with the Hang Seng probably the stand-out performer on the day. Closing up almost 2% gains were led by financials, bouncing [...]

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Mueller Expands his Investigation Desperate to Bring Down Trump

CNN is ecstatic. Mueller cannot prove any connection between Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and Russia, so now he is turning to investigate if he solicited [...]

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Adapting Machine Learning for Medicine

One project I want to move into after we finally get Socrates up for all levels of service is to turn toward medicine. Google’s AI algorithm predicts heart [...]

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Socialism Always Moves to Tyranny

  The economic message taught in most universities is very distorted. It universally teaches children to judge economic systems from the perspective of their [...]

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Funeral Arrangements for Ida Armstrong this Week

We want to thank so many people for their emails. Martin’s mother attended several of the conferences so many people met her and of course she was the star of [...]

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Ida Armstrong Has Passed in Her 100th Year of Life – February 20th, 2018 at 4PM

Today, my mother passed over in her 100th year strong to the end on the very same day that my father died – February 20th. I can only hope he came to get her [...]

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Market Talk- February 20, 2018

Yesterdays enthusiasm could not be sustained in such thin volume and so it was with HSBC’s earnings miss that returns the fear! The Nikkei took much of the steam [...]

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