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Markets in Review

The markets are generally staging quite nicely for the ECM turning point. What generally rises into the turning point turns back down, and that which declines finds [...]

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The World of Currencies

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, the pegs are breaking everywhere. It appears that what you have warned about is unfolding right on time. The emerging markets seem to have [...]

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Everything is Connected

QUESTION: Your launching of Socrates, coincident almost with a major change coming our way. All things are connected, and maybe the launching of Socrates is [...]

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The Dollar Rally is the Key

QUESTION: It seems as though the rally in gold is short covering? If it is, and all bottoms start that way, why is this not the bottom? Always read your work with [...]

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China & Gold

The gold promoters are trying to claim that China is understating its gold reserves because it is trying to confuse the markets about their clear ambitions to make [...]

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China Devalued the Yuan to it in Line with Technicals

Confusion hits the markets as stocks, currencies, and commodities fall sharply across the region as investors fear a stalling Chinese economy and possible currency [...]

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China & the Dollar

The dollar rally and the devaluation of the yuan is not a fluke and it most certainly is not a one-time event. The dollar declined against the yuan for 19 years [...]

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China Devalues Yuan — Why?

China devalued the yuan in what many think was a surprise move. What they do not understand is that this move is more than trying to firm up exports; this [...]

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What if NAFTA Became a Monetary Union?

OK. Let’s try to explain Europe a different way. What if the USA adopted a policy that said NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) should move from a [...]

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Clarifying the Euro

It appears that a June closing on cash below 11095 in the euro will reflect Grexit. A month-end closing for June below 10520 level will be very bearish short-term. [...]

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