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Printing Money to Cover the Cost of Government

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I have read that Lincoln’s treasury issued “Greenbacks” to help fund the North during the civil war. 1. Was this a direct [...]

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World Trade

COMMENT: Hi Marty I agree with Trump. Assembling in the U S is not sufficient. We need the supply chain parts (eg manufacturing ) in the US. What do we do when we [...]

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Corporate Buy Backs

Many people are confused as to why corporations have been buying back their shares in mass. The latest figures for 2018 are in and they demonstrate that the S&P [...]

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Market Talk – May 28, 2019

ASIA / AUSTRALIA: After U.S. President Trump’s visit to Japan concluded, he stated he expects Japan’s military to reinforce the U.S. forces throughout Asia and [...]

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World View v Domestic & Why It Has Been Always Wrong

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 [...]

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 Julian Assange Indicted on 18 More Counts

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks was charged with conspiring to obtain national security secrets in what prosecutors have described as one of the largest compromises of [...]

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Fannie & Freddie to go Public in 2020?

QUESTION: Hi Martin ! always wondered What would be the outcome of Fannie/ Freddie going private ? they have been trying this for years, but now looks like they are [...]

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Euro-Skeptics Score Big – Will Brussels Reform?

Europe’s voters have spoken. The establishment parties have lost big time and the ant-EU parties have made major gains as have the Green parties.  This was [...]

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World Trade & Competitive Advantage

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I was surprised to see this post. While I can understand from a dollars and cents perspective you may be for global trade and globalism itself, [...]

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The Shift from Public to Private Assets in Europe

QUESTION: Marty, at the Rome WEC you put up that chart that showed historically private sector yields have gone below public. That really demonstrated your point on [...]

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