Blog/World Events

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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Municipals Squeezed Between Feds & State

In response to questions from a major U.S. city and the debt crisis, I will not mention the names for this is sensitive and highly political. I have decided to [...]

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Global Warming Stopped 16 Years Ago

The Daily Mail released the numbers, showing all along that this idea of global warming has been just a natural cycle. London used to be horrible to live in during [...]

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Why Negative Interest Rates Invite a Dark Age

The quest to eliminate cash is all about Negative Interest Rates for as long as cash exists, people would withdraw their money from banks and stuff it in a [...]

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FIFA & U.S. Law

The greatest exports of the United States have been McDonalds, blue jeans, rock ‘n’ roll, and of course laws that they stretch to worldwide jurisdiction. All [...]

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EU Looking at Consolidating All Member Debt – Is It Too Late?

The European Union (EU) is now looking at consolidating all member debt, which is what they should have done from the start. The question remains – Is it too late [...]

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The War on Cash Is Going Completely Nuts in Europe

Austria is where the Sovereign Debt Crisis began with a bank failure in 1931. Today, Austria continues to have a raging controversy over the abolition of bank [...]

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The Coming Cashless Society

You are now watching newspapers, TV shows, and other forms of media preparing for the coming cashless society. This is a marketing campaign, and may indeed be what [...]

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The Greek Nightmare

QUESTION: Marty, With the default of Greece and their exit from the Euro, what is likely to happen to the debt and what rate would you expect the drachma to be [...]

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2015.75 = The Crash in Government

To set the record ABSOLUTELY straight, the “C R A S H” we see on the horizon is by NO MEANS the private sector and the stock market. It seems just [...]

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