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Clarification on India’s Gold Confiscation

To make it clear, India is not going door to door to confiscate gold any more than FDR did. The reason so many $20 gold coins have survived is because there was no [...]

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Could the Sharia Gold Standard Save Gold?

QUESTION: Aloha Martin, Can you please comment about the new Sharia gold standard. It is being touted as allowing Muslims to more gold vehicles besides owning the [...]

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India’s Gold Confiscation & Turkey’s War on Currency

QUESTION: Marty; You have been emphasizing not to buy gold bullion but US gold coins such as the $20. You have said that the last time they confiscated gold coin [...]

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Gold Bugs Always Mislead the People

COMMENT: Marty, the gold bugs are at it again desperately trying to say you are wrong as always and just misrepresent whatever they can. They acknowledge you called [...]

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Great Alignment

QUESTION: You said in the last gold video that ——— could be the possible big turning point in gold.  Do you also see ——— (or [...]

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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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Silver Coins, Not Bars

  QUESTION: I have purchased over some time 500 silver coins from a coin dealer in my city of Gainesville, Florida.  I don’t know if purchasing [...]

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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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Gold – Dollar – Dow – One Happy Family?

QUESTION: Marty; You always said that gold would rise with the dollar when the time was right. It is interesting to watch this unfold with the crisis in Europe. Is [...]

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The Reversal Phenomenon

QUESTION: Marty; I have been reading your blog on gold and get all your reports. One things that I have notices was this 1206 number. Back in 2013, it was important [...]

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