Blog/Ancient Economies

The Confidence Game Has Been Around Forever

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Is it true that the central banks have been lying to us to create a false sense of confidence in order to reverse the economy? Is this part [...]

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Hiker Discovers Roman Gold Coin in Galilee

Thank you for all the emails on this discovery of an ancient Roman coin in Galilee. Yes, it is a relatively rare coin. However, it did not exist at the time of [...]

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Freedom of Religion & Severus Alexander (222-235 AD)

Mixing religion and politics has been a major problem throughout history. It has never worked when one religion attempts to force their particular belief upon [...]

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Money Has Always Been What Was Available

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, most of the people in the gold community say you are wrong and gold has always been money. Would you care to respond? ANSWER: If you want [...]

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Plagues & Changes in Economics — The Hunt for Taxes

QUESTION: I assume you have studied this hunt for money government goes through. Has it always ended in the collapse of [...]

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Neofeudalism vs. Socialism

QUESTION:  Martin, Your grasp (and evidently the computer’s) of historical forces–the Shakespearen drama of it all–is awesome. But you seem more [...]

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Our Nemesis – Sovereign Debt Crisis

Nemesis & Justice in Pursuit QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I wanted to thank you for the conference in Berlin. It was my first time attending. I cannot wait for the [...]

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Our Nemesis – The Sovereign Debt Crisis

Nemesis & Justice in Pursuit QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I wanted to thank you for the conference in Berlin. It was my first time attending. I cannot wait for the [...]

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The Real Reason Inflation Unfolds

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong, Thank you EVER SO MUCH for everything that you do even for ordinary folks like me who are not traders but just want to have a good [...]

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“For Auld Lang Syne”

January is named after the Roman god Janus who we still celebrate on New Year’s Eve. Janus is pictured with two faces whereby one looks at the past and the [...]

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