Blog/History

Revealing History

COMMENT: I find it interesting how two people the general consensus has said were scoundrels, John Law and Julius Caesar, you have shown were actually people [...]

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Ideas Repeat throughout History

COMMENT: Good morning, I am glad to see that you publicly touched on the idea of expiring credits, that in fact are in play. It is an old idea that has been talked [...]

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Cleopatra – Coins – Migrations

QUESTION: Marty, I watched a documentary on Cleopatra. Strange how she was married to her younger brothers. They said nobody knows what she really looked like but I [...]

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How Splits Take Shape

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong – I just fled California for Idaho, since it is one of the most conservative and fiscally sound states. In your blog, you just [...]

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Thank you & the Interesting Times We Live In

I just want to say thank you for all the emails I have been getting. These are difficult times, indeed. Nevertheless, the upside is that these tumultuous times are [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Say Hello to Pandemic Inflation

PRIVATE BLOG – Say Hello to Pandemic Inflation Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, [...]

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Only Experience Clears the Vision

QUESTION: Hi Martin, I grew up under communism, in Romania and now have been living in Canada for more than 20 years, moving here in my 30s. We considered ourselves [...]

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Don’t Be A Sucker

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Ancient Coins Soaring in Price

This is historically perhaps the most important coin of the Roman Republic. It was estimated at £500,000 and it sold for £2,700,000 ($3.5 million). This is the [...]

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The Discovery in Volterra

In Tuscany, Italy, a major discovery has been made of the only amphitheater to have been discovered that was never excavated before. This is being called the [...]

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