Posts filed under: Financial

On December 8th US Representative Sam Johnson introduced H.R. 6489, the Social Security Reform Act of 2016. This bill, if made into law, will have a significant impact on Social Security benefits. In November I did a three part series on...
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Last week I began a two part series on Martin Armstrong’s 2016 World Economic Conference. In Part One I reviewed the Technical Analysis portion of the conference as well as the Economic Confidence Model, or ECM, and then the Cycle...
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Martin Armstrong held his 2016 World Economic conference in Orlando, Florida from November 10th through November 13th. This years conference was much different than lasts years which was held in Princeton, New Jersey. Last years conference was more ideological this...
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In our last episode, Pt 2 of Maximizing Your Social Security, I reviewed the changes recommended by a 2016 Bipartisan commission to make Social Security Solvent for the next 75 years. Currently the trust is expected to run out of...
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In Part 1 of Maximizing Your Social Security I reviewed the founding and history of the Social Security program. The program was enacted in 1935, which makes Social Security over 80 years old. Many changes and amendments have occurred since...
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Martin Armstrong’s World Economic Conference 2016 Just arrived home from Orlando, the location of the 2016 World Economic Conference. The conference once again was informative and possibly “life impacting” or better “asset impacting” for those who act. I look forward...
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Social Security is a social insurance program that provides a life long benefit when elected and will likely be the most important retirement benefit that you will have. And you believe the US tax code is complicated the Social Security...
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The Presidential election on November 8th is only 38 days away. Since the theme of this podcast is to “prepare for tomorrow and the days ahead” physically, financially, and spiritual, I thought we should look at the differences between Trump’s...
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Last year the DJI reached a high of 18,325 on May 18th, this year we have reached a low of 15,450 on January 20th. That’s a 15% decline, nothing spectacular but noteworthy. This past Friday the DJI ended the day...
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World Economic Conference – 2015 Martin’s 2015 World Economic Conference was held this past weekend in Princeton, New Jersey. The conference will also be held in Berlin, Germany November 27th and 28th. This was the first conference of Martin’s that...
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