Blog/Q&A

Who Prints Euro Notes?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong Who prints euro notes? Could Greece just flood the market is euro banknotes? Thanks you for your guidance PK REPLY: Legally, both the [...]

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Greece Shuts Down Access to Safe Deposit Boxes

COMMENT: Hello Martin, A few minutes ago the deputy Minister of Finance Mrs Olga Valavani said safe deposit boxes will be reserved! Bank officials denied this [...]

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Greece & Brussels’ Quest to Dominate Europe

QUESTION: Marty, I want to say congratulations. You stood up there in Berlin in 2012 and said the Euro-Swiss peg would break and that Greece would ultimately leave [...]

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U.S. vs. Brussels on Greece

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, It seems curious that the IMF would release a report ahead of the Greek Referendum that was over the objections of the European members. [...]

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There is No Hope of Stopping the Crisis in Europe

QUESTION: Mr Armstrong; A friend works for a ….. Hedge Fund. He said you could put together a team to save Europe. Would you take up such a challenge? Thank [...]

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There is No Sanctity of Family Recognized by Law

COMMENT: Thank you. I never look at the fact that you need government approval to even get married. This shows indeed how much they have altered society. [...]

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There is No “Right” to Marry

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I have practiced law for more than 30 years. You are correct in saying it changes with the whims of judges. That defeats the very idea that [...]

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What We Cannot Say Publicly – Do We Hold Back?

QUESTION: Marty, everyone is starting to say there is a big crash coming now in October. I have attended your conference since the early 1990s. You always say the [...]

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Time for a Change in Reasoning

I receive a lot of emails questioning how our forecasts can be so correct on everything, from gold and stocks, to politics and the economy. I have stated all along [...]

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The Dow & Rising Interest Rates

COMMENT: Between the early 1960s to 1982 the Dow was basing with an overhead resistance of approx. 1000. The prime interest rates during those 20 years varied from [...]

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