Blog/Economics

Why Do Nearly 40% of Billionaires Not Have College Degrees?

QUESTION: Why do nearly 40% of billionaires drop out of school? It seems like the most successful people are all dropouts. Would you explain why? Bill Gates Steve [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Coming Mother of All Financial Crises

PRIVATE BLOG – Coming Mother of All Financial Crises Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn [...]

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The Mother of All Financial Crises on Schedule

QUESTION: Can you elaborate on the Mother of all Financial Crises? HV ANSWER: Sorry, no. I have put this together in a special report. I really do not wish to [...]

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Governments Playing with Numbers

QUESTION: Hi Mr. Armstrong. I’ve learned more reading your blog last 4 years than working in finance for 20 years. As you say, the average employee in finance [...]

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Mother of All Financial Crises

QUESTION: The distinction between the Repo Crisis and Quantitative Easing is the duration and purpose as distinguished from 2007-2009? HS ANSWER: Yes. Under QE, the [...]

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The Solution

QUESTION: Hi Marty: Congratulations on a fantastic WEC 2019. I have reviewed your Solution video. Could the government ease into such a solution in stages? For [...]

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US Economy Soft – But Holding

COMMENT: I find it interesting how the rest of the world is declining and Socrates forecast that the US economy would be only slightly weak going into January 2020. [...]

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Who Earns the Money from Government Debt?

QUESTION: Would you please explain exactly what government debt is and who receives the interest payment that governments make on borrowings? I thought that [...]

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When the Money Dies

QUESTION: I am 77 years old, and Seared in my memory is a short video and notes on the small villages in Japan abandoning government currency totally, and using [...]

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Why is Socialism Dying?

QUESTION: Martin, You repeatedly say that Socialism is dying. I live in a rural area of Oregon. As a personal observation, what I see around here is that more [...]

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