Martin Armstrong: Anatomy of a Debt Crisis

This paper dives way back in time to the Roman Empire and centers around the history of Julius Caesar’s time. Armstrong is compiling quite the history collection, it’s too bad the people in power are not so well informed!

Armstrong points out that Caesar was faced with a debt crisis yet did not have the “monetary tools” that we have today. Thus he was forced to come up with a solution that would work and be most fair to all parties involved. He may have paid the ultimate price for that action as Armstrong points out many of the politicians of that time period were also some of the largest creditors who suffered from his ruling.

And I’d like to point out that yet another person has stated that government and the private economy need to be separated, or as Armstrong puts it, “we need a divorce!” No kidding, I believe we need an Amendment that separates corporations and their money from State.

Here’s your evening reading, enjoy the unique perspective of history…

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Nathan A. Martin is President of Wingman Investments, LLC, and author of the book Flight to Financial Freedom – Fasten Your Finances. He sees people, both young and old, facing a new era where they are forced to be responsible for their own financial success or failure. His message is clear; become financially literate or be a victim of the external forces that are impacting everyone. Nathan possesses an undergraduate degree in Professional Aviation and Business as well as a Master’s degree in Aviation Management and Operations.

A former Air Force and retired airline pilot, his flying took him the world over participating in many operations including the invasion of Panama, and combat time during Operation Desert Storm. Experience has come over 26 years of flight - logging more than 12,000 flight hours both civilian and military, and as the owner of a corporate aviation management company whose focus was aircraft efficiency.

Influenced by his parents entrepreneurial activities, Nathan began his business and investment training early in life and has used that knowledge every step along the way... from business school to his own corporations and personal investments.

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