Blog/Regulation

Capital Controls v Protectionism

QUESTION: Marty; You mentioned at the cocktail party in Rome, which was spectacular BTW, that your concern would be capital controls emerging when the euro starts [...]

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The Threat of Protectionism

QUESTION: Marty: I read you every day and I am one of the fortunate people to have a financial advisor that attends your Conference every year in the US. I am [...]

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The Marijuana Tax – How Did it Become Illegal & Why?

  Marijuana has been prejudiced over the years by people who have never understood the risks and because there was concern that marijuana might compete with [...]

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You Still Have to Feed a Parking Meter if you Park your Elephant

I use to live in London and I was taking some photos in a Royal Park on a Sunday. The police told me if I was going to take one more photo he would confiscate my [...]

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The New Electronic Pre-Screening is Still a Visa

QUESTION: You mentioned that the ROME WEC may be the last in Europe. If a VISA is required starting in 2021, does that effectively mean the political end for [...]

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Elon Musk’s War with the SEC

The SEC has moved to hold Elon Musk in contempt in their favorite court – the Southern District of New York. This has been a battle against the SEC whereby [...]

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Why Banks Have Become Judge, Jury & Prosecutor and will Shut you Down Judged Guilty for Nothing That is Actually Illegal

COMMENT: Dear Martin, I would like to share any information on the subject “The Hunt for Taxes and the Abolition of Cash” that you comment on so [...]

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US Bank Reserves 10% – EU Bank Reserves 1%

QUESTION: What mechanism prevents banks from creating fraudulent electronic deposits of currency? As an IT systems admin, I have the ability to add / subtract / [...]

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The LEI is the Means to an End to in the Hunt for Global Taxation

  QUESTION: Hi Marty, I wanted to ask you if you know anything about the LEI (legal entity identifier) that brokers are now requesting from clients who trade [...]

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GDPR Creates an Overwhelming Bureaucratic Nightmare in Europe

  The new data protection legislation in Europe known as GDPR. has resulted in simply overwhelming the government with complaints and inquiries from small [...]

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