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Farmers going Bankrupt – A Prelude to a Boom?

Part of the cycle for a commodity boom is typically preceded by a commodity depression in which the productive capacity is reduced. We are witnessing that in the [...]

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Commodity Prices Before 1259

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You mentioned that your chart on wheat was back to 1259 excluding ancient data. Is it really possible to collect data on commodity prices [...]

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What Are Tangible Assets?

QUESTION: Hi Martin, In your April 20 blog post, you stated, “You are better off with tangible assets for the transition when it comes.” Please explain [...]

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Comment from Western Australia

COMMENT:  MA,  OH things are bad out West.. the commodity downturn – oil and gas, basic metals – Iron ore Copper etc…and the housing market is [...]

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Commodity-Based Countries to Liquidate Wealth Funds & Gold

QUESTION: Marty, at the Berlin cocktail party you said we may yet see gold sales from oil producing countries if oil breaks your yearly number of $35 for year end [...]

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Commodities Depend on the Currency

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, you said the decline in commodity prices will not reduce production but can actually accelerate output. How can this be? It does not make [...]

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What Is the Strength of the Dollar? Its People, Military, or Commodities?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, so many of these goldbugs really hate the dollar and they argue that since Nixon closed the gold window in 1971, the dollar’s [...]

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Why Money Need Not Be “Tangible”

COMMENT:  You said: “The wealth of a nation is the total productivity of its people. If I have gold and want you to fix my house, I give you the gold for [...]

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World’s Top 5 miners Lose $540 BILLION Market Worth

The world’s top 5 miners lost $540 BILLION market value as the Age of Deflation grips all asset classes, helping to send cash running into the open arms of [...]

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