Blog/World Events

New York City Heading for Bankruptcy

They continually try to force socialism upon society so a few can live off of other people’s money. The problem is that capital can flee, as we have just [...]

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Is the FED Throwing in the Towel?

QUESTION: Dear Martin, you commented very intensively on the ECB destroying bond markets and the failure of monetary policy in Europe. By yesterday the US Fed also [...]

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Paris Riots Take Over the Champs-Elysees

Paris on Saturday saw a second major uprising of Yellow Vest protests. Many are now arguing that the rioting on the Champs-Elysees has been instigated by extreme [...]

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German Government Approves a Merger of Banks

Deutsche Bank and Commerce Bank have announced that they will begin merger talks after the government has finally approved that they can lay off workers. For those [...]

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Global Recession & Hard Landing

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, it is becoming very obvious that we are headed into a recession here in Europe. I have never felt how ominous things seem as they do right [...]

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The Boeing 737 Max 8 Grounding – Has Technology Gone too Far?

Boeing 737 Max 8 Is automated safety going too far? Apparently, there was a screw-like device found in the wreckage in Ethiopia that has provided investigators with [...]

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The College Scandal

Olivia Jade Giannulli (left) Lori Loughlin(center) It is really interesting to see how many schools are bribed. There are even allegations against Yale. This all [...]

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Government Can Be Useful Sometimes!

A mafia guy from Jersey was in prison, and his father told him he was getting too old to till the soil to grow Jersey tomatoes. The next time he was on the phone [...]

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Climate Change: Real – Fake – Exaggerated?

QUESTION: I find it interesting that you are against human-induced global warming yet you confirm that climate change is natural. You seem to be in the middle of [...]

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Can European Sovereign Debt Really Crash Without a Free Market?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, When the stock market crashed in 1929, followed by the bonds into 1933, we saw a minor bump in the stock market. As this occurred during a [...]

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