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The Florida Migration Influx

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I want to thank you. My parents died and left me their home in Naples, Florida. I was going to sell it but after reading you and the fact [...]

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How 10% of the People Can Make a Difference & Real Estate’s Role

QUESTION: Dear Marty, First I would like to thank you for all the help you provide especially for us little guys. I’m from Barcelona, and happily attended the [...]

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Economic & Real Estate Bubbles

QUESTION: I work in the construction industry in Phoenix Arizona and there has been a boom in new construction for apartments, condos massive housing tracts and all [...]

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Inequality of Wealth

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; So if I am correct, you have no problem with the inequality of wealth because you have it. Correct? JS ANSWER: Let us look seriously at [...]

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Has 95 become the New 65 for Retirement?

One of the more interesting downsides of the collapse in socialism is the impact upon the elderly. The data now shows that since the 2007-2009 recession, about [...]

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They Want to Charge the Elderly for Needing Help After a Fall

QUESTION: Hi Martin, You are unique in your insight into the growing theft of our money and dignity by the increasingly draconian authorities. Sometimes it’s [...]

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Gold Better in Euros than Dollars?

QUESTION: G’day guys. Thanks for a great seminar in Hong Kong! I’m reading through your 1 world currency report and find it very interesting, going back to [...]

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Australia Hates Foreigners – Now Their Property Taxes Are Doubled if you are Not Australian

New South Wales in Australia has doubled property taxes for foreign real estate buyers. Of course this violates international law, but governments are broke and [...]

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Vancouver Real Estate Forecast – Regulation & Currency

QUESTION: I am new to your services. I purchased the Canadian report on the property markets. I am fascinated by your ability to forecast so many events. I [...]

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London Property Sales Crashed 40% Thanks to Tax Increase

Where I use to live back in 1985 The London housing market sales has crashed to its lowest level now since 2013. We reported in November 2015 with the turn in the [...]

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