Blog/Q&A

Is Quantitative Easing the Same as Printing Money?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Thank you for coming to Athens. After the presentation, there were so many questions that the moderator did not have time for. You answered [...]

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Gold & the Dow – Looking Ahead

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; So many people have tried to copy what you do and in the process expose themselves as having nothing original to offer. They pretend to [...]

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Austerity vs. Hyperinflation: Which Is the Precursor to Revolution?

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong; I recently read an article claiming to be a case study that it was somehow the French hyperinflation that led to the revolution. It seems [...]

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Gold — Money Supply — Media

QUESTION: Hello Martin, First let me say thank you for all that you do keeping us informed on the markets and geopolitical events. I’ve been an avid reader of [...]

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Gold & War

QUESTION: Does war boost gold prices? MM ANSWER: No. The only impact that war will have on gold is confined to either prolonged inflation or the uncertainty of the [...]

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The World Is a Teacher If You Listen

QUESTION: Marty; CNBC even mentioned your turning point. They called you the “fringe” economist. Others call you the “source”, “Mr. [...]

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Gold & Money Supply

QUESTION: Sir; Will the Fed start to print money again if the economy turns down and does this not cause gold to rise? Thank you for your insight in this confusing [...]

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Ruling the World

QUESTION: Sir, Let’s assume a minute that all countries around the World (all Central Banks together) sit with you and say: Mr Martin, fine, you are absolutely [...]

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Deutsche Bank Is Part of the Euro Crisis

QUESTION: Do you think they will allow Deutsche Bank to fail? ANSWER: This is why the central bank of Germany advised the ECB to hide the stress test results [...]

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Governments’ Hands Are Chained; They Cannot Prevent Their Demise

QUESTION: When I read your projections regarding monthly or weekly closes below certain levels, i cant help but think that the government is reading it also and [...]

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