Check out the newest update to The Monetary History of the World page: Roman Empire. This page, as well as the entire site, are being updated on a daily basis so check back frequently.
Update of gold: The Daily Bullish Reversal is 1692.5.
The Daily Bearish Reversals are 1646 and 1631.If these are elected, then it becomes possible for a May low, June high, followed by a Aug/Sept low with a sharp rally thereafter.
Otherwise, a May high implies a June low with a rally into August/September.
Two new updates from Martin Armstrong, Gold and Down-Under Turning Upside-Down, are now out on the 2012 Writings page.
View the new Sovereign Debt Crisis page. The page includes a video clip of Martin Armstrong from the December 2011 Conference as well as Martin’s writings on the crisis.
We’ve added 3 books to the Library.
The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire By Edward R. Gibbons
On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation By David Ricardo
An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations By Adam Smith
Check out the newest update to the Research page The Monetary History of the World. Currently posted is The Origins of Money. More updates to the Monetary History of the World and the Research page are coming soon.
Two new updates from Martin Armstrong, Anatomy of a Debt Crisis and Goldman Sachs v Shareholders, are now out on the 2012 Writings page.