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Martin Armstrong: The European Banking Crisis

Armstrong Economics, Released on 9/23/17 Perhaps this period will be looked back upon ass the Draghi Deflation. After nearly 10 years of this failed policy, the European banking industry is…

Martin Armstrong: Trump Acts Like A Businessman At Last

Armstrong Economics, Released on 9/8/17 There is no doubt that the feud between Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress has been astonishing. Even some Republicans support trying to impeach him…

Martin Armstrong: ECB – Draghi & Tapering

Armstrong Economics, Released on 9/4/17 The European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to begin reducing its bond purchases gradually tampering its stimulation program of Quantitative Easing (QE). Continue……

Martin Armstrong: Kim Jung-un Watches Markets During His Launches

Armstrong Economics, Released on 8/31/17 Kim Jung-un watches his launch, but on the screen you will notice charts of markets. He is clearly trying to disrupt the financial markets with…

Martin Armstrong: Is the Stock Market Really Overvalued?

Armstrong Economics, Released on 8/28/17 All we have been hearing since 2011 is how the stock market is going to crash and then there will be hyperinflation and all sorts…

Martin Armstrong: Yellen Reveals She Also Does Not Understand

Armstrong Economics, Released on 8/27/17 The head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, has warned politicians against turning back financial market regulation, yet she herself does not Continue……

Martin Armstrong’s views on the Steve Bannon Firing

Armstrong Economics, Released on 8/21/17 Steve Bannon has been fired from the Trump team, and many are saying good reddens. It was Bannon who has been the architect of the…

Martin Armstrong: The world ahead is not a bright and cheery place

Armstrong Economics, Released on 8/19/17 The protesters in New York have succeeded in threatening any business that works with Trump. They targeted JP Morgan and Blackstone demanding they resign. This…