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Would Maggie Thatcher have Been Remain or for Brexit?

COMMENT: You and Maggie could have solved BREXIT in a week! HS REPLY: She would have done precisely that. Of course, they staged a coup against her to take the UK [...]

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Europe – How Bad Can This Get?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I’m based here in South of England, within the commuter belt into London. The ECM forecasts an economic downturn 18.01.2020, and Europe [...]

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Italy Issuing Debt in Dollars – Not Euros

Italy today launched new debt in US dollars instead of euros in hopes of attracting dollar investors as the euro market continues to show signs of stress. They [...]

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Fixed Exchange Rates Have Always Caused Major Financial Crises

Margaret Thatcher on the ERM Crisis & why even the euro will [...]

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Currency That Expires – That’s the Solution – Or Just Cancel it all?

Back during the Great Depression, there were people who theorized that gold hoarding was preventing an economic recovery. There is always this same theory that [...]

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The Propaganda Trade on the Pound – History Repeats

COMMENT: Dear Marty, In your recent blog about BREXIT and the Yellow Hammer leak, you say: “British pound is still under pressure as the propaganda machine is [...]

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What Makes Currencies Rise & Fall in Value?

QUESTION: What makes currencies rise & fall in value? CC ANSWER: Many people want to reduce this to a logical explanation. It reminds me of when I testified [...]

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Has the “Smart Money” Entered the US Share Market Yet?

QUESTION: Dear Armstrong, According to Dow, a bull market has 3 phases, the final being the distribution by the smart money to the public. You stated that retail is [...]

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China & Buying Gold – Why?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I believe you said at the WEC in 2017 that central banks will diversify and increase their gold reserves going into the currency crisis [...]

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Euro Declining as a World Currency in Global Transactions

While the dollar haters are constantly calling for its demise, when we look at the stats, we see a very different picture. Since 2005, the euro’s share of [...]

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