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January 7, 2023 | This Week in Money

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This Week in Money Archives January 7th, 2023

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  • Graham Armstrong says:

    The Martin Armstrong part 8:17

    Nothing new there from Martin Armstrong that helps me in my life as a consumer or investor. Just ranting. Everything is all bad news. And his Socrates cannot compute that 32% inflation opinion. He dodged that question. Changes to his favorite subject. Predicts collapse of the ECB bank which he has been doing every year for next year since 2014. Good interview trying to get the answer.

    So his Socrates can calculate the real inflation rate in Canada as well? Changes to his other long time favorite subject global cooling, colder temperatures and the solar minimum and volcanoes. So we should get warmer clothes so we are not get defeated like Napoleon did. Too much ash in the atmosphere so the sun does not penetrate!
    Can Socrates predict inflation and what is Socrates (good question thanks)? Answer? No answer. Socrates is not involved as I wrote before. But it is the only functioning AI system (cough) that monitors the entire world.
    Wait he said he forecast that Ukraine war? No he didn’t. He said in 2014 that his war cycle would turn up into 2017 with conflict in the Middle East not Ukraine. He said that oil would peak in 2017 but in fact it did not rise but it went to zero and there was no war in the Middle East. And now he talks about World War III because he has a book about it.
    All this has nothing to to to with the interview question about inflation.

    Thank you This Week in Money for getting back to the questions that we are really interested in.

    Interest rate pressure on the Dollar?

    Now he switches to Putin support and says Ukraine is not a country. That is all politics and has nothing to do with the question.

    Stock markets in periods of inflation?

    Answer: Marxist agenda? Do politicians actually raise interest rates as he says?

    He does not address the real drivers of this world wide recession and what to do about it.

    Real estate? Who is interested in Europe?

    That gold question, gold rising 32% with 32% inflation? That was the kicker. He didn’t get it. Hilarious. He just didn’t get it.

    And his web site does not sell advertising. It IS advertising and you get that advertising for free!

    Thank you This Week in Money this was fun, very entertaining.

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