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Taxing Whatever Moves – A Political Tradition

COMMENT: Your forecast on marijuana was fascinating. I assume it lined up with the Sovereign Debt Crisis starting in 2010 and therefore the economic pressure would [...]

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Bull Market in Taxes

In the UK, people are suddenly shocked that the government can simply just grab money out of your account without any court order or a right to object in advance as [...]

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Global Market Watch for May 8th, 2014

The Global Market Watch has been posted for the close of May 8th, 2014. Global Market [...]

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Weak Demand at Long-Term Treasury Auction

The Treasury Department saw the weakest demand since August 2011 in a sale of 30-year Treasury bonds today. The demand for long-term bonds that has driven interest [...]

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Cinco de Mayo

One of our Texan readers reminds us about the Mexican Independence was indeed – a Sovereign Debt Default. “Monday was Cinco de Mayo which Texans [...]

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Legalization of Marijuana Right on Schedule

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I know someone who attended your 1985 Conference in Princeton. He said you illustrated the huge volatility, and forecast there would be the [...]

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Global Market Watch for May 7th, 2014

The Global Market Watch has been posted for the close of May 7th, 2014. Global Market [...]

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Putin & The Mouse that Roared?

  Putin’s hardball with the USA is paying off. His popularity has hit 82% in Russia – the envy of any Western politician. The attitude in Russia is [...]

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Our Scalar Date System

What is a Scalar Date? The term scalars is used for real numbers  because they span the “scale of progression from positive to negative [...]

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Gold for the Close

Gold rallied establishing the high on the classic 7th day. The Daily Bearish Reversal; to watch lies at 1285.60 on a nearest futures. A closing beneath 1295 will [...]

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