Blog/International News

The TRUMP Card

Why is Donald Trump #2 in the polls? This very interesting trend illustrates what our computer has been forecasting for 2016. While Trump is inside the Republican [...]

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Chicago MERC Ends Floor Trading after 167 Years

This is the end of an era. The Chicago trading pits have closed after 167 years. What is a shame about this is that great traders need the “feel” and [...]

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The London Property Market is Crashing

British politicians have just made the same stupid mistake as the American Democrats who created the S&L Crisis of the 1980s. In the U.S., they were greedy and [...]

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Nigel Farage Calls The Euro “A Failed Dictatorship”

Nigel Farage is one of the few politicians who have a clue about economics and real capital flows because he came from the commodity sector, not a law school. I [...]

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Shanghai’s Panic Sell-Off

The first window of opportunity for the temp low in the Shanghai will be tomorrow, the July 9. We have target support at 3615000 and key support at the Weekly [...]

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Why Was the 1933 Confiscation of Gold A “Good Thing”?

QUESTION: Why was the confiscation of gold by FDR in 1933 a good thing? ED ANSWER: What you have to understand is that Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s (FDR) actions [...]

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What About the Amero?

The conspiracy camp all but concluded that the Amero would be issued by 2010 as a product of the North American Monetary Union, which some argued was to be part of [...]

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The Lesson for the World Coming from Greece

PHOTO: Distraught 77-year-old Greek retiree, Giorgos Chatzifotiadis, falls to the ground outside of a bank in Thessaloniki, July 3, 2015. (AFP: Sakis Mitrolidis) [...]

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Chicago Considering a 30% Property Tax Increase to Pay Govt. Pensions

COMMENT: Couldn’t help myself – I must share this personal story with your team and the blog readers. After reading Martin for just about a year, I began [...]

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Germany & France Still Demand Repayment

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her French counterpart Francois Hollande have called on Greece to make “serious” proposals. There is no such thing [...]

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