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The End of Time?

Copyright May 22nd, 2011 Please register for Special Updates and Please send comments and suggestions to ArmstrongEconomic.COM Copyright Martin A. Armstrong All Rights Reserved This Report may be forwarded as you like without charge to individuals or governments around the world. It is provided as a Public Service at this time without cost because of […] read more

The Paper Chase Part II

The Paper Chase Part II ©Copyright June 1988 The Panic of 1869, which caused gold to rally significantly, was in itself a sign to the government that paper money would not win the affections and confidence of the people just yet – this would take time. The question of what was actually money remained an […] read more

The Paper Chase Part I

  ©Copyright June 1988 The story of paper money goes back a long way. One could argue that its first emergence was even before 2500BC in Bablyon. For the sake of convienence, banking transactions took place in the form of a clay tablet which served as a “letter or credit.” While such forms of money […] read more

Market Talk- March 14, 2018

  All of the core Asian markets suffered from US uncertainty today with closes mostly in the region of -0.5% lower on the day. Continued uncertainty surrounding the growing fears of a trade war is spooking markets everywhere. The Nikkei finished a four day rally with a -0.9% decline. There was not much volatility there […] read more

Glossary of Money Terminology

  Aes Rude – Earliest form of Roman money whereby lumps of bronze traded by weight due to its utility value to be used to weapons or tools. Aes Grave – Early Roman bronze coinage that was cast into standardized coins with a recognizable image. Aes Signatum – Broze Ingots with an idealized intended weight […] read more

Market Talk – February 6, 2017

After a successful Non-Farms number on Friday, Asia followed suit encouraged along by the US markets closing near their days highs. All core Asian indices followed but with the exception of the ASX (Australian exchange) which closed small lower as the currency made ground. The Nikkei made ground closing +0.35% higher but could have been […] read more

Manipulating the World Economy Or Just Understanding How It Really Functions?

Copyright Martin Armstrong All Rights Reserved May 16th, 2012 Manipulating the World Economy Or Just Understanding How It Really Functions? Some people will never admit a mistake. No matter what I say, they just will not believe me. I have received emails from some nasty gold fanatics saying the government is right for whenever I […] read more

Market Talk- January 4, 2019

The initial headline that US and China plan to reconvene talks next week, was all it took to start the stock market bounce. However, added to this was that China lowered the RRR (Reserve Ratio Requirement) by 50bp initially then another 50bp later and that helped Europe to perform. Japan’s Nikkei (-2.25%) hit by commodity […] read more

Market Talk – February 7, 2017

Given that we saw the US markets retreat mid-session from early highs, in Asia many were concerned the full enthusiasm is yet to arrive. As equity markets took a side-step gold was the main talking point after its near $20 rally in late US trading. The flight to quality also saw the JPY retest old […] read more

Market Talk – August 30, 2016

The Nikkei was not the main topic of conversation today in Asia as the Shanghai and Hang Seng both outperformed the Tokyo exchange. The HSI closing up 0.85% and was the best performer, until after Asian cash markets closed. Throughout the European and US time zone the JPY has weakened through the 103 handle and […] read more