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Aug 1

People Who Bought Property Here Have Made a

Editor’s Note: Bill is flying to France today and is unable to send his regular Diary entry. Here’s a classic…

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Aug 1

Stranger in a Strange Land

“Thinking doesn’t pay. Just makes you discontented with what you see around you.” Robert A. Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land I…

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Aug 1

C$ Elects Monthly Bearish

The C$ fell sharply against the US dollar confirming our computer forecast for a rising US dollar completing the trend…

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Aug 1

When China Stopped Acting Chinese

“The one thing I know for sure about China is, I will never know China. It's too big, too old,…

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Jul 31

If He Asked Me

It’s a day etched in my memory. The prime minister called me into his office on the third floor of…

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Jul 31

Why Your Brokerage Account Isn’t as Safe as

By E.B. Tucker Imagine logging into your brokerage account tomorrow and finding out that it’s frozen. Not just your account… every customer…

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Jul 31

Confidence Game

QUESTION: Hello Mr. Armstrong, Humans often decide based on faith rather than thought if they have to choose one. Your ECM cycle…

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Jul 31

Greek Stock Market Reopens (sort of); Math Perspective

The Greek news of the day is Greek Stock Market to Reopen, With Restrictions. Restrictions People cannot draw on their Greek bank…

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Jul 31

QE Fails In Japan: Inflation Nonexistent, Consumer Spending

After nearly three decades of stagnation, Japan in 2013 went all-in, ordering its central bank, the Bank of Japan, to…

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Jul 31

Gold’s Amazing Resiliency

Gold has certainly had a rough summer, facing withering selling pressure from record futures shorting. The resulting new secular lows…

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Jul 30

Lessons

Some things worth knowing as we head into a weekend federal election call, a slagging Canadian economy and the biggest…

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Jul 30

Which Will It Be: United States of Europe

Socialists Seek to Outvote Germany In the wake of the near-Grexit, France and Italy seek more powers for the European Commission…

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Jul 30

Fed To Markets: You’re STILL Too Easy To

These days no matter what the Federal Reserve actually says, the markets respond like dogs sensing a piece of bacon…

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Jul 30

Gold Miners, RIP…

TORONTO – “This is the worst I’ve seen in 30 years.” The scene was the recent Sprott-Stansberry Natural Resource Symposium in…

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Jul 30

The Flight from Gold

To make a market peak in a phase transition, the 99% must be bullish. Likewise, to create the low, the…

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Jul 29

The Cure

The Doctor is in. Here, read this TIME issue from 1975 and shut up. Nurse practitioner Amy Zon will be…

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Jul 29

Why Everyone Is Wrong About Low Interest Rates

VANCOUVER, Canada – Hillary is taking the bull by the horns… and putting the knife between her teeth. She is a…

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Jul 29

Fed Sheds No Light, Plays Charades with Media;

Fed Says Little, Sheds No Light If the Fed had a clue as to what it will do in September, it…

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Jul 29

The China Syndrome: Global Meltdown

By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal KINGSTON, NY, 29 July 2015—By any measure, the Chinese equity markets are in turmoil. The Shanghai…

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