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Great Alignment

QUESTION: You said in the last gold video that ——— could be the possible big turning point in gold.  Do you also see ——— (or [...]

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US Debt: Who is Really Selling & Who is Buying?

QUESTION: Marty; Since you wrote that central banks have been net sellers of US Treasuries for the first six months to support their currencies, others are jumping [...]

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Gold – Dollar – Dow – One Happy Family?

QUESTION: Marty; You always said that gold would rise with the dollar when the time was right. It is interesting to watch this unfold with the crisis in Europe. Is [...]

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It’s Not the British – It’s the EU

  While everyone is busy blaming the Brits, the real culprit is the EU. The audacity of various EU ministers demanding immediate withdraw is akin to a spouse [...]

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The British Pound & the Aftermath of BREXIT

  The pound sterling had a smashing day ranging between 15016 and 13226; penetrating the 2009 low of 13508 as well as the 2001 low of 13680. That leaves the [...]

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Larry Summers Calls to End $100 Billis — Here Comes the Totalitarian State

  Larry Summers, the father of NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES, is so against a free society and looks upon us as dumb cattle to be herded and corralled for his [...]

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Rising Systemic Risk for All Markets

We are on the precipice of what can only be described as a rising systemic risk for all markets. The Fed is now hinting that banks should prepare for NEGATIVE [...]

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The Euro vs. Dollar — Feb. 9, 2016

The euro is still in a position to rally. The general view right now is that the Fed will not raise rates. With the stock market heading lower, this prevailing view [...]

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Euro Crisis & the Dollar

  We are finishing up the world currency reports. The reports are not ready at this time, but we will make an announcement once they are available. As we [...]

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China Shuts Down FOREX at Foreign Banks to Try to Stop Dollar Rise

China has suspended FOREX business at three main foreign banks for the first quarter of 2016 in an effort to curb the outflow of capital into the rising dollar. [...]

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