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The Worst Sovereign Debt Crisis, Ever …

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Posted by Larry Edelson - Commodities, Stocks, Technical Analysis

on Wednesday, 13 May 2015 05:56

larry-edelsonThe largest and worst sovereign debt crisis, ever, is rapidly approaching.

Greece is now at its tipping point. As I pen this issue, the government of Greece is desperately trying to stave off default on a 750 million euro repayment ($835.7 million) to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Whether Greece gets concessions or not, won’t matter. Because come June, Greece faces another 2.6 billion euro repayment (US $2.9 billion).

And come July and August, it will face a whopping 8.7 billion euro ($9.69 billion) repayment — 7 billion ($7.8 billion) of which is owed to the European Central Bank (ECB).



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A Remarkable View Of The War In The Gold And U.S. Dollar Markets

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Posted by King World News

on Monday, 11 May 2015 18:00

Man-U.S.-Called-Upon-To-Execute-QE1-Warns-Major-Chaos-To-Erupt-In-2015-1728x800 cToday King World News is pleased to share a fantastic piece which give readers a stunning look at the war in the gold and U.S. dollar markest.  This piece also includes three key illustrations that all readers around the world must see.

The chart below shows that there has been a great deal of short covering in gold recently by the commercials, which is a bullish medium-term indicator for gold.

....view 3 charts & commentary HERE


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The Next Step in Financial Repression

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Posted by Gordon T Long - Financial Repression Authority

on Thursday, 07 May 2015 06:30

Screen Shot 2015-05-07 at 6.26.29 AMFINANCIAL REPRESSION - What It Means for Investors

Global leadership is faced with the dilemma of maintaining stability in an over indebted world. Decades of consuming more than you produce and unsound money practices has left developed economies with few politically realistic options. Failed Public, Fiscal and Monetary Policies have resulted in excessive Debt to GDP levels, unpayable entitlement / social obligations and sovereign Fiscal Gaps that have historically never been seen before.

Monetary Policy is primarily relying on the Macro Prudential Strategy of Financial Repression to attempt to maintain stability & solvency as debt levels are slowly “vaporized’ through the post WWII proven techniques of Financial Repression. 

....continue reading HERE


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Richard Russell – Did The U.S. Treasury Just Issue A Major Warning? And What About Gold, Silver And Costco?

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Posted by Richard Russell via King World News

on Tuesday, 05 May 2015 06:43

King-World-News-Alarming-Catalyst-For-The-Coming-Global-Collapse-Will-Shock-The-World-1728x800 cStaggering U.S. Debt Worrying The Fed And Hurting U.S. Economy

I think the US is trying to pull itself up by its bootstraps. The problem is the massive US debt of over $17 trillion. I think the Fed’s idea is to get the economy growing again, start paying off the debt, and all will be well. The key to the strategy is whether the Fed can get the US economy growing again. On this basis, I’ll be watching the stock market for the answer to whether the US economy can be revived.

....read more HERE


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Faber: Putting Money in the Banking System is Not Safe & You Will Get Zero Interest Rate

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Posted by Marc Faber: The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report

on Wednesday, 29 April 2015 13:53

sdfaer"In Europe if you are an institution or a wealthy individual, your choice is to put money in the banking system. It is not very safe either and you will get zero interest rate."

ET Now: What happens to the equity markets? Do they still stand out on a relative basis as opposed to other emerging markets or do you think they can pick up strength on their own in another quarter or two?

Marc Faber : First of all I would like to say that the Indian markets started to perform well long before Mr Modi was elected. At the end of 2013 the markets already started to rise considerably and this increase in prices has continued. Last year the market was up.

There is difference between various asset classes. In the US we have essentially high valuations by any measurement. In Europe, we have lower valuations and in emerging economies we have the lowest valuations. So from a longer-



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