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The Gold Standard Fell As All Currency Pegs Do

COMMENT: Dear Marty, In your recent blog about BREXIT, and. “Remainers acting in self-interest”, you produced an ONS graph showing UK’s growth [...]

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Why Gold Stocks Rallied During the Great Depression

QUESTION: Hi Marty Can you enlighten us on what happened back in history to gold mining shares in terms of why shares did not collapse during the crash of 1929 [...]

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Trump’s Federal Reserve nominee Judy Shelton & Gold

QUESTION: Hello Where do you guys see as the next World economic conference in 2020?. Will there be another one in Asia? or Europe? Also, I wanted to try to give [...]

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Fear of Inflation & Sterilization

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; you were friends with Milton Friedman. Do you agree with his view that the Great Depression was caused in part by the Fed refusing to [...]

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IMF & Gold Reserves

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; People are adamant that there is a move to return to the gold standard. They claim various scenarios. Is there any such plot by the IMF and [...]

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Britain & the German Hyperinflation

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I was against BREXIT. I understand your view that Britain would be dragged under by the turmoil in Europe. I assume this is just your [...]

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Fictional World of Gold Standards?

QUESTION: Marty, Given the accumulation of gold by China and other nations with large trade surpluses, along with the statements by Alan Greenspan, and the [...]

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Canada Selling Part of Its Gold Reserves

Governments everywhere are going broke. Despite what people think, gold may yet make new record lows under $1,000 in the months ahead. Canada has sold off a [...]

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Gold & Politicians – Getting it Right For Once

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I heard you on Infowars. I understand how the gold standard would not solve anything for the problem is politicians and not what we call [...]

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Gold Standard Nonsense Compelling Us To Repeat History

COMMENT: “The system is collapsing. It is not because of some derivatives bubble. It is not because of fiat. This is because of the debt gone wild” [...]

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