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Market Talk — January 26, 2016

It was all too weary early this morning with Asian markets collapsing as oil prices hit session lows of $29.25 (WTI) and the Shanghai Index closed down 6.4%. News [...]

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Elastic Money

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I have not read anywhere else how the money created by the Fed you call elastic will evaporate when the bonds they bought mature. You seem [...]

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Clinton Speaking Fees Since 2001 Total $125 Million

Hillary will not release transcripts of her speeches at Goldman Sachs for which she was paid $675,000. The New York Times has reported that she has racked up $30 [...]

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The Calais Refugee Camp Known as the Jungle

Aerial view of a makeshift camp as containers (rear) are put into place to house several hundred migrants living in what is known as the “Jungle”, a [...]

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Market Talk — January 25, 2016

Asia’s response to the late U.S. rally in stocks was to play catch-up this morning with all core indices closing up around 1% (roughly where they opened). The ASX [...]

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Digging Out of Global Warming

Can you image how much snow we would get without global warming? They want to tax us to make more of this stuff? I will pay more not to dig myself [...]

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Advice for Europeans

Advice for Europeans: you should open an account in the United States as your hedge against European banking madness. Europeans can still open accounts in the USA, [...]

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The Fed vs. Congress

QUESTION: Hi Martin, How long has the central banking era been going and will it come to an end? How many central banks create liquidity for governments by buying [...]

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The Insanity of Government & Socialism

I have warned that government expansion reduces economic growth and acts like a black hole that sucks in more and more wealth, thereby reducing economic expansion. [...]

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They Had No Answers at Davos

COMMENT:  Hi Marty, Found this on Reuters website in an article entitled ‘Desperate in Davos: policymakers struggle for answers’. [...]

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