Blog/Gold

Did Gold Survive the Depression?

Some people totally confuse gold and money. During the Great Depression, we were on a gold standard. During a decline, ALL assets will decline against whatever is [...]

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Will Gold Complete the September Rally?

Gold’s rally into the target weeks for the ECM appear to be linked to the potential crisis in European banking. This has nothing to do with the dollar, fiat, [...]

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Gold Confusion

COMMENT: Good Evening Martin, Great blog on the Gold Martin. Don’t bother with the nay -sayers. Most probably he got stock with too much gold and silver. [...]

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Why Money Need Not Be “Tangible”

COMMENT:  You said: “The wealth of a nation is the total productivity of its people. If I have gold and want you to fix my house, I give you the gold for [...]

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Texas Gold Promoter Missing $30 Million in Metals He Claimed to Store

The Austin Texas Bullion Direct has filed for bankruptcy and it is alleged that $30 million in metals that were supposed to be in storage is gone (Bullion Direct [...]

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Gold Coins vs. Bullion

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Because of the civil asset forfeiture laws I think I understand why you say own only gold coins before 1947 not bullion they can call cash. [...]

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Answering Questions on Gold

QUESTION: Marty, it appears you are correct once again in gold that this rally would not reverse the trend. The gold promoters have been all over the place claiming [...]

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Why This Week’s Low is So Important

The Dow fell as far as it could possibly go without reversing the trend on a long-term basis, even technically. The low this week has been 15370.33. This has [...]

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The Fudge Factor – Close vs. Intraday

QUESTION:  My question  below  is  for  Mr.  Armstrong. Hi Mr.  Armstrong, Thank you in behalf of  all of the investors/ traders who  are  awaiting to [...]

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Confiscating Gold

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Has the banning of items used by people always led to those items becoming more expensive? First thought is the prohibition of alcohol but [...]

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