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Edinburgh Seminar April 29, 1997 Transcript

  Princeton Economics International, Ltd. Edinburgh Transcript April 29, 1997     I would like to begin today with a brief overview as to how we at Princeton look at markets. For those of you who attended last year’s conference I will try to be as brief as possible.   Effectively, our models are based […] read more

Will Society Ever Wake Up?

QUESTION: Does society ever wake up? Are there any such examples from history? Thanks DG ANSWER: Of course. If society did not wake up now and then, the outcome would always be the same – a dark age. The late 1700s was a revolution against monarchy – i.e. American Revolution. Then there was the overthrow […] read more

You Are Not Alone

QUESTION:  Martin, One of my friends who reads you said reading your stuff is like getting a graduate level course in political economics.  You’ve said that various colleges have asked that you teach.  You should suggest to them that they simply require their students to read your on line postings. I am curious as to […] read more

The Check and Balance is the Debt Itself

QUESTION:  Hi Martin, You correctly (I believe) describe what will happened: Today it appears that we will first eliminate the paper currencies and move to a new electronic version to make avoiding taxes impossible. Hence people will flee to tangible assets and the velocity of money will decline taking the economy with it. That will […] read more

The Death of Representative Government – The Real Conspiracy – Crisis in Democracy

While people contrive secret groups that seek world domination, the real threat we have is directly in front of us – it is Republican Governments that masquerade as Democracies and are as evil as the Roman Republic that caused the civil war. The propaganda against Julius Caesar has survived to this day and has wrongly […] read more

Computer Intelligence – Judging People

QUESTION: Martin, I am absolutely fascinated with the work that you have done in the field of computers.  I am in “Business Intelligence” and we have a difficult enough time trying to forecast demand for products.   Your work and foresights are astonishing.  I could only wish that I could sit under your training for a month!  […] read more

United Stasi of America

The thing I find truly astonishing is just when you think the US press could not possibly sink any further, they amazingly find even a lower level. It took the Guardian in Britain to expose the NSA in the USA. It took the American press 30 seconds to discover Snowden’s girlfriend. The images of Snowden’s […] read more

Wiemar Republic & Gresham’s Law

QUESTION: Hello Mr. Armstrong, Thank you for taking the time to address the questions that I and many others who follow your work have asked. In your most recent answer to a readers question, you state, “Therefore, it was the complete lack of CONFIDENCE in the government that (1) caused the hoarding, and…..”  From what I have read […] read more

Seniors Are the Greediest Generation

  Alan Simpson, Wyoming Republican Senator who became co-chair of President Obama’s deficit commission, called senior citizens the “Greediest Generation” as he compared Social Security to a Milk Cow with 310 million teats. This career politician’s comments illustrates the entire problem why we do not have a democracy. These people rig the game to get elected, […] read more

Keynes, John Maynard

John Maynard Keynes 1883-1946 John Maynard Keynes was a British economist who revolutionized economic thought that is widely known as “Keynesianism”. The son of a Cambridge don, Keynes was educated at Eton and Cambridge where his degree was in mathematics. John Maynard Keynes was educated at King’s College, Cambridge from 1902–1906 and DID NOT have […] read more