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The Worst Heatwave was the 1930s

QUESTION: Marty, wasn’t the Dust Bowl the worst heatwave in history? DL ANSWER: Yes, you are correct. Despite the hype this weekend, the heatwave is nowhere [...]

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Market Talk – July 19, 2019

ASIA: The latest news regarding the U.S.–China trade deal is that progress has stalled. China demands that the U.S. changes their stance and ease restrictions on [...]

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Singapore Economy Turns Down & China Exports Decline

They are calling it an unexpected contraction in Singapore’s economy which is in line with our Economic Confidence Model which bottoms in January 2020. In [...]

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It’s the Volatility – not the Temperature!

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, in relating your comments on weather and how the winters will spike to record cold and then the summers will spike to record highs, is this [...]

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Cycles, Einstein & Galileo – Geometry of Time

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; It has dawned on me studying Einstein’s General Relativity, that the two of you reached the same realization from different fields. [...]

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The Sum of All our Economic Fears

A lot of people have written in about my comments concerning how the world is completely in a state of global chaos which is why this year I will be providing a [...]

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Market Talk – July 18, 2019

ASIA: Chinese officials who are in charge of Hong Kong affairs have drafted a plan to resolve the Hong Kong political chaos – but the report reiterated that they [...]

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Italy Seizes Missile from Far Right Activists

The tensions in Europe continue to rise as the entire refugee issue has led to a major polarization within Europe. In Italy, the BBC reported that an anti-terrorism [...]

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Nigel Farage’s BREXIT Party is Now #2

Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party is now the second largest in Britain. The Conservatives still topped the YouGov poll with 24% of the vote, but they were [...]

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Agricultural Loans Declining Right on Target

One of the most fascinating observations I have made over my career has been that the banks always lend at the top and contract lending at the bottom in every [...]

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