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The Coming Phase Transition & the Dow

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, Thanks for all you do.  I do have one question in regards to the Phase Transition above 23000 into the 35000-40000 number you have spoke [...]

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The Age of Deflation & the Fed

It appears that many people are married to the idea that the Fed creates INFLATION by expanding the money supply. Sorry, it does not work that way. Others confuse [...]

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“The Forecaster” Playing on European International Flights to USA

QUESTION: Dear Martin, Today I went by plane from Vienna to New York with Austrian Airlines. Also Austrian Airlines are showing “The Forecaster“. This is [...]

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The European Bond Crash

The turmoil in the European bond market has demonstrated that the theory interest rates will not rise and are in control of central banks is dead wrong. Despite [...]

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Yields Are Collapsing on Short-End

The amount of cash rushing around on the short-end is stunning. Yields are collapsing into negative territory, and this is the same flight to quality we began to [...]

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Understanding the Reverse Side of the Flight to Quality

QUESTION: I’m having trouble reconciling your call between the next downturn (due to start in 2015.75 and your call on the Dow potentially doubling or more.  [...]

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Beware of Government Bonds

COMMENT: Dear Martin, Thank you for all you do, you are really great! Looking for the exact day of default for Greece in Wikipedia I stepped into a monumental [...]

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Updating the Markets – The Key is the Corruption That Will Make the Turn

Political corruption is now in the open, but politicians don’t seem bothered, figuring it will all blow over in a week or two. This corruption trend in [...]

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Fractional Banking v Bond Market

COMMENT: Marty, I found your take on matching lenders and borrowers precisely on point. Whilst it sounds innovative, that is precisely what blew up with the [...]

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End of Bonds Rise in Rates – A New Type of Inflation

QUESTION: Dear Martin, First I would like to congratulate you on your excellent analysis and market views. I am a bond portfolio manager for 25 years and I can only [...]

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