Blog/Q&A

Gold & Reality Going Forward

COMMENT: Martin, It has been a long time since ….. has sent out a blog post, but I got one today. When Mr. …. probably first started slamming you for [...]

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Socrates and Cyber War

QUESTION: I attend Abundance 360 hosted by Peter Diamandis each year and he states that only the Pentagon, Homeland Security and NASA have Quantum computing [...]

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“The Forecaster” Playing on European International Flights to USA

QUESTION: Dear Martin, Today I went by plane from Vienna to New York with Austrian Airlines. Also Austrian Airlines are showing “The Forecaster“. This is [...]

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Cashless Society – Tracking Gold – the Hunt for Loose Change

QUESTION: Hi Marty, if they eliminate cash – how would that affect 3rd world countries? Wouldn’t that add a huge dose of salt on that part of the [...]

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Retail Gold Sales Dropping Rapidly

COMMENT: Marty, I just got back from Madrid. I looked around for a place that sold gold. I could not find one. This is indeed very curious. Cheers LW REPLY: There [...]

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An Interesting Observation of the World We Live in – Circus & Government

COMMENT: Hello Mr. Armstrong, The contrast between your thinking and that of most governments and central banks with regard to the economy (the economic behaviour [...]

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Brussels & the Trend Toward Authoritarianism

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong, I hope your well. Please could you elaborate on your post: “Consolidating all the debt in the EU” Of course you were [...]

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The Fed & Interest Rates: The Nightmare That Will Not End Nicely

QUESTION: Mr Armstrong; You have written that the Federal Reserve remains on track to raise interest rates later this year and this will accelerate the capital [...]

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The Link Between Inflation & Interest Rates

QUESTION: Hi Marty, The reason central banks like to have inflation, is because they get to reduce the effective value of their respective national debts over time. [...]

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Gold & the International View

QUESTION: Dear Martin, When you comment upon the majority of your analysis, I assume it is from a domestic (US oriented) perspective, looking out at the world.For [...]

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