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Stock Market vs. Currency Inflation

QUESTION: Hello Marty Great conference! If the EM Debt implodes wouldnt the stock markets of those counties rise?? If the stocks from the EM markets did rise would [...]

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The Euro Year-End Closing Below 116.40

A simple year-end closing below 116.40 in the euro confirms that a broader correction is in motion; the earliest potential low is in 2018 with the potential to [...]

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EU Summit Disaster — "Another Victory Like That, and We Have Lost"

Merkel has to be saying to herself, “Another victory like that, and we have lost.” She may have made TIME’s Person of the Year, however, so [...]

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Euro Rally

QUESTION: Marty, I believe you said if the Euro closes below 10365 for the year then everything would fall apart. If it closed above 105, then the decline can be [...]

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Market Manipulation Confusion

QUESTION: You say that long-term manipulations are impossible while short-term manipulations have been the focus of the bankers. Do you mean to say that not even [...]

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Yuan to Be Added to SDR at the IMF

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; If I understand you correctly, should the IMF accept the yuan as a reserve currency, this will have zero impact other than political. [...]

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Father of Euro Warns of Brussels & Death of Democracy

The man whose idea gave life to the euro, Professor Otmar Issing, said it would be “dangerous” to transfer control over tax and spending to the EU federal [...]

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The Rumors of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

QUESTION: Dear Martin: I hope you are doing well. In the movie of James Bond, named “Quantum of Solace”, (filmed in some areas of the Chilean desert), [...]

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The Euro and Why the Dollar Will Not Be Dethroned

In the Eurozone, Mario Draghi has announced that his quantitative easing has failed to produce inflation as everyone assumed. After nine months of buying various [...]

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