Blog/Armstrong Economics 101

Confused? When Will This End?

QUESTION: Dear Martin, First of all, thank you for your daily blogs. First thing I read every morning. I can’t wait to attend Novembers Orlando conference. [...]

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Paradox of the Bell Curve

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; On the one hand you show the debasement of the Roman currency, but then you say there was also massive hoarding and deflation. Can you [...]

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ECM 2015.75: The Rock vs. Hard Place

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, with your 2015.75 turning point on the ECM, you said that was the peak in government and the following 4.3 years would turn down rather [...]

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Even Language Has a Cycle

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, it seems that there is a cycle to everything. I am starting to notice there appears to be cycles in the use of words especially in a legal [...]

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Growing Shortage of US Dollars & Capital Flows

There have been a some unusual capital flow developments involving Egypt that illustrate a shortage of dollars caused by the decline in oil prices. However, this [...]

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The Wave of Deflation & Rising Unemployment

QUESTION: Marty, years ago you did a chart showing the projection for unemployment. I believe I understand what you were projection for the company I work for has [...]

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The Difference Between Money & Currency

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, there appears to be a dispute between what is money and what is a currency. Can you define each easily? Thank you LW [...]

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US Breakup Becoming More Mainstream

At the Texas Republican Convention, state delegates met and had a heated debate over the question of seceding from the United States. Yes, you read correctly. What [...]

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World Economy Melting Down

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You have indeed sparked my curiosity. With both the velocity of money and the trading volume declining since 1998, this seems to be a very [...]

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I Have Been Reminded – Words of Wisdom

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