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Euro Crisis & the Dollar

  We are finishing up the world currency reports. The reports are not ready at this time, but we will make an announcement once they are available. As we [...]

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As we Begin 2016, Europe’s Banking Crisis Is Still In Motion

The banks of Hungary and Portugal are in trouble. Larger buffers are needed and the economy has not yet moved into a full crisis mode. That is yet to [...]

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The Euro Year-End Closing Below 116.40

A simple year-end closing below 116.40 in the euro confirms that a broader correction is in motion; the earliest potential low is in 2018 with the potential to [...]

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Euro Rally

QUESTION: Marty, I believe you said if the Euro closes below 10365 for the year then everything would fall apart. If it closed above 105, then the decline can be [...]

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Gold & the Euro

QUESTION: Marty, it is amazing how these markets gravitate to your number like the 1043 in gold and 10530 in the Euro. You said at the conference we should watch [...]

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Father of Euro Warns of Brussels & Death of Democracy

The man whose idea gave life to the euro, Professor Otmar Issing, said it would be “dangerous” to transfer control over tax and spending to the EU federal [...]

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The Euro and Why the Dollar Will Not Be Dethroned

In the Eurozone, Mario Draghi has announced that his quantitative easing has failed to produce inflation as everyone assumed. After nine months of buying various [...]

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Markets in Review

The markets are generally staging quite nicely for the ECM turning point. What generally rises into the turning point turns back down, and that which declines finds [...]

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The Euro Crisis Will Not End Until this Line of Thinking Changes

Luis de Guindos, Spain’s economic minister, illustrates that those in European government remain clueless. He said that Greece should remain part of the Eurozone [...]

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