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Roman Coins

The response to the offering of Roman Coins was simply overwhelming. So many people have written asking how they can buy Roman Coins and others realizing these are from the 3rd Century have asked are there examples available documenting the collapse of the monetary system? I have contacted some old friends with respect to  making […] read more

Market Talk – October 21, 2021

ASIA: Singapore’s central bank unexpectedly tightened its monetary policy on Thursday, delivering its first such move in three years amid mounting cost pressures caused by supply constraints and a recovery in the global economy. The central bank, which manages its policy through exchange rate settings, said it would raise the slope of its currency policy […] read more

Global Meltdown

WARNING Global Meltdown? By Martin A. Armstrong © June 1st, 1998 Princeton Economic Institute Capital is currently fleeing from emerging markets on a wide scale basis. The immediate problems that are surfacing in Russia should come as no surprise. Russia has been unable to collect taxes; unable to make payroll for months; unable to control […] read more

On The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation Part 3

Chapter 23: On Bounties on Production It may not be uninstructive to consider the effects of a bounty on the production of raw produce and other commodities, with a view to observe the application of the principles which I have been endeavouring to establish, with regard to the profits of stock, the division of the […] read more

Bringing All the Sources Together

QUESTION: Hi Martin! I have been enjoying readings in your rich (in knowledge) website and writings in my vacations here in Southern South America. Between one coffee and another I printing articles and writings in order to “connect de dots” as you use to say. That is being a pleasure. My question is on your article […] read more

Market Talk – June 9, 2021

ASIA: China has denounced a US Senate bill worth approximately $250bn that aims to boost American technology and manufacturing prowess as an example of the US hyping up “the so-called China threat,” and accused Washington of attempting to hinder its development. The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved the Innovation and Competition Act. The expansive legislation, […] read more

Swiss Peg Collapses – The Euro’s Nightmare

On September 6th, 2011 the Swiss National Bank (SNB) was aiming for a substantial and sustained weakening of the Swiss franc after Swiss companies threatened to leave because the rising franc reduced their exports. The SNB would no longer tolerate a EUR/CHF  exchange rate below the minimum rate of CHF 1.20. The SNB set out to […] read more

The Currency Illusion

QUESTION:  I want to share a true story with you. My father as a young boy in Greece saw what gold did for his family. My grandfather in Greece in the late 30’s and 40’s saw the rapid devaluation happening to the drachma. English sovereigns were plentiful there at the time as a sort of duo […] read more

The Germania and Agricola (in Latin & English) – Tacitus

The GERMANIA and AGRICOLA Of Caius Cornelius Tacitus With Notes for Colleges By W. S. Tyler Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages in Amherst College PREFACE. This edition of the Germania and Agricola of Tacitus is designed to meet the following wants, which, it is believed, have been generally felt by teachers and pupils […] read more

Part III – 1154-1470

Monetary History of England Henry II Silver Penny Part III 1154-1470 by Martin A. Armstrong PLANTAGENET KINGS c1154-1399 With the treaty in which Matilda’s son Henery II (1154-1189) came to the throne, the coinage of England did not immediately reflect the political change. The coinage Stephen continued to be minted until 1158 before a new […] read more