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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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Iran Shoots Down US Drone Wednesday Night NY Time

The news of Iran downing a US drone was circulating in the Middle East before it hit the news wires. It was actually shot down at 7:35 pm New York time on Wednesday [...]

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Gold & The Hedge Against Government

QUESTION: Hi Martin, You have mentioned repeatedly that gold is a hedge against political uncertainty. For the past several years the price has hovered at the cost [...]

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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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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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Is Gold Still Liquid in Bullion Form?

QUESTION: Hi Martin– Thank you for your daily blog. I read it first thing each morning. Regarding the bank liquidity problems with the Eurozone banks: would [...]

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Bitcoin v Gold

QUESTION: Do you think that Bitcoin will replace gold as some people claim it is some new reserve asset? Thank you for being the voice of reason in the middle of [...]

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The $20 Gold Coins Walmart Refused to Accept as $20

As time passes, the newer generations lack any understanding of gold standards or even the events of 1971. There are many people who judge the future of gold based [...]

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Canada sells off its Gold Reserves to the Retail Market

Canada has been selling off most of its remaining gold reserves to the general public. They have been selling gold coins and reaping better prices than dumping [...]

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Celtic Gold Ring Money Discovered in Ireland

Gold rings were discovered in Ireland and they seem to be uncertain about their original use. The Celts did not create their own coins for many centuries. They used [...]

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