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Vancouver Real Estate

  QUESTION: Hi Martin, Recently you wrote: “Recently, this has manifested in laws that have attacked foreign investment in real estate, which is not the [...]

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European Bank Failure & Conflicts in Law in US Branches

QUESTION: Hi Marty – Thank you for the insight you provide as regards how the world really works. Spending 10 minutes reading your daily blog is equivalent to [...]

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Staying Liquid May Be the Best Bet

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong. I hope that you will please give me some advice on the following topics. Sorry for the grammar. I live in Denmark and have been saving [...]

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Stocks Rise with Rising Interest Rates & Fall with Lower Rates

QUESTION: I mentioned that you said the stock market rallies with rising rates and declines with lower rates to an analyst. He said you were wrong and everyone [...]

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Mortgages & Banks

QUESTION: Hi Martin.. thanks so much for all your world/economic content and perspective. I was reading a comment you made recently concerning real estate [...]

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Pay Off Mortgages or Invest Cash?

  QUESTION: I moved from calif. and bought a home in Nevada but I took a loan on the home instead of paying it off. My question should I pay off the house or [...]

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Are Some Property Funds Being Suspended in London?

The collapse in property values in London has created a crisis in property funds. M&G Investments blocked withdrawals from its UK property fund as it seeks to [...]

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Income or Privilege Tax?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Mini AOC sure is funny isn’t she? Here is a tax story for you. I’m considering a summer sublet in Sedona AZ, and while I tried to [...]

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Will Chicago Real Estate Ever Rise Again?

QUESTION: Chicago real estate- is there any future before 2032 or do we hope for a Detroit situation as the only possibility for prices to rise? Thank you! Bob [...]

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Millennials Saddled with Student Loans that Prevents them from Becoming Homeowners

New findings are out from the New York Federal Reserve that reveal a troubling outlook for millennials who have now reached over US$1 trillion of debt, but the [...]

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