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Difference Between Hyperinflation and Currency Inflation

QUESTION: What is the difference between asset inflation and hyperinflation? I believe you are saying that from Jan 2020 we will see inflation which I understand to [...]

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Forced Loans People Ignore Until it’s TOO LATE

QUESTION: With the private vs public debt and interest rate discussion, nobody is mentioning things like government legislation to forcing people to buy government [...]

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The Consequence of War that Led to the German Hyperinflation

QUESTION: Everyone has a chart of the German DAX postwar. I have never seen a chart of the German stock market before the war. Do you have any? HVS ANSWER: Yes. [...]

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The Risks of a Cashless Society

QUESTION: Hi Mr Armstrong, Thank you for continuous education. I hope to get your view on cashless societies. There are worries that nations will move to cashless [...]

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Stagflation Versus Hyperinflation

QUESTION: Reading your posts it seems to me you disagree with the pending hyperinflation forecasts.  What do you see coming then? PH ANSWER: Hyperinflation comes [...]

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Tell a Lie Often Enough it Becomes the Truth – How Lies Now Defeat Gold & Dollar

A flood of comments from central banks this week has been signalling that the era of easy money is coming to an end. Of course, the nonsense spouted out by the Gold [...]

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German Fear of Inflation is Causing Collapse of Europe

Germany’s obsession with anti-inflation policies, inspired by the hyperinflation of the 1920s, is so misguided that it is now threatening to collapse all of [...]

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Austerity vs. Hyperinflation: Which Is the Precursor to Revolution?

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong; I recently read an article claiming to be a case study that it was somehow the French hyperinflation that led to the revolution. It seems [...]

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Venezuela’s Hyperinflation

The hyperinflation in Venezuela illustrates the real causes behind such events — the total collapse in the confidence of government. It is not a question of [...]

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Greece Has Done All it Could – Final Days Approach

The Greece crisis started precisely on the turning point for the Sovereign Debt Crisis to the day from our original projection in 1985. It was just amazing to watch [...]

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