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The Markets’ Expectations

This image ran by USA Today shows how quickly the general public assumes long-term changes in trend are at hand. The general headlines said the public lost [...]

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The Market in Perspective

Last week we had a Panic Cycle in gold and a Directional Change. Both performed on target.  As we have stated previously, the Directional Change can be, by [...]

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Opening Numbers for February 12, 2016

Our Opening Pivot Point for gold tomorrow is still above the market coming in as 1272.40 while the Dow lies at 15497.74. In the euro, it rests at 1.1381. Keep in [...]

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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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Opening Pivot Points for Tomorrow

Our opening pivot point tomorrow in gold will be 1217.30. This came down slightly from 1220, but it still reflects where the resistance would stand. In the Dow, it [...]

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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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The Euro Bounce

QUESTION: Marty: I have been waiting to sell the Euro on that reaction rally you have been calling for since your post on January 9th. You stated there that a [...]

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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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A Cashless Europe – Stupidity Has No Limitations

  QUESTION: Martin, An all electronic currency seems almost inevitable to some, however as you have stated in the past not everyone ha the ability/facility to [...]

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Schengen Agreement & the Fall of Europe

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, You have been nominated for the FX analyst of the year in 2016 again. True, your calls on the Euro and the Swiss peg were amazing. But what [...]

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