Blog/Banking Crisis

Mario Draghi

Draghi & ECB Want to Regulate British Banks doing biz in the Eurozone

The ECB is living itself in La La Land. It is demanding that British Banks wishing to do business inside the Eurozone after BREXIT must obtain a license. While this [...]

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Is it Safe to Store Gold in a Safe Deposit Box?

QUESTION:  Martin, Love your blog, especially your historical perspective. You recently responded to a viewer that we should take precious metals out of safety [...]

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Trade v Banking – The Real Issue

While CNN and ABC news have turned really vicious against Trump, they are failing to report the real impact of world events that can undo everything. As we head [...]

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Federal Reserve 1951 Accord

The Coming Crisis in Central Banking

  The question of when will central banks fail is a popular one that comes in. Suffice it to say, the turmoil will hit Europe first. While so many people blame [...]

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Bitcoin – Is it Sustainable?

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong: I have been to the Orlando conference and probably read every single one of your blogs since about a year ago and now wanted to ask [...]

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India is the Guinea Pig for Electronic Money

QUESTION: Dear Marty, What could be the true intentions of Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi in India cancelling the currency overnight. I have been [...]

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Don’t Blame the Rich

COMMENT: Hi Martin, Not everyone hates the rich, for without them the lower class would have nothing. What people are angry about are the disgusting bonuses to [...]

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The ECB is Insolvent Based on Their Standards

As we approach 2017, the euro appears far worse than anyone could imagine. The biggest hypocrite is actually Mario Draghi who is outrageously managing the [...]

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Bill Gates – Victim of Propaganda?

  QUESTION: Once again Martin your information and explanations are top class. Indian demonetisation, supportive stories in Australian press of ending the [...]

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Bankers: Have They Ever Been Good?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong: I hope you are well. I ask you: 1. What were the contributions to the economy and international trade, of the great bankers of the modern [...]

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