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The Impact of BREXIT on the EU

The true impact on Britain and Europe will start to become visible rather quickly. It is absurd to think that anything has to change in respect to trade between [...]

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The Contagion Begins

Brussels will now try to punish Britain as they punished the Greeks for daring to vote against them. Our sources are already saying the attitude behind the curtain [...]

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US Share Market for the Closing of June 24, 2016 Post-BREXIT

The Dow has fallen in a knee-jerk reaction to BREXIT, which really is hype thanks to politicians. The gains for Britain are clear. It escapes the forced [...]

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Forecasting & Beating the Odds

COMMENT #1: Marty, Socrates just beat every polling organization out there. The bank I work at conducted its own poll and said remain has it. Gold fell and bounced [...]

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Market Talk – Morning of June 24th, 2016 (Post-BREXIT)

As we witness the biggest fall in GBP in over 32 years, UK bank stocks are declining anything from 5% (HSBC) to 25% (Lloyds). Gold rallied and there was a flight to [...]

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BREXIT Wins — The Panic has Subsided as Reality Returns

  Exactly on our cyclical model, the UK voted to leave the EU (52% to 48%) in a historic referendum after 43 years (half 8.6). David Cameron has announced he [...]

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BREXIT May Be Too Much to Rig

BREXIT now up 516,302 Gold is rising with resistance at 1362, support in sterling lies at 12900, and resistance in silver [...]

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Awesome Collapse in Pound as “Leave” Vote is Ahead by Almost 300,000

This is what happens in a panic. Dealers step back and spreads widen. Sell and buy orders at the market are simply filled as they come in. It appears the bookies [...]

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Buy the Rumor – Sell the News

Our numbers today are 1259.30 in gold nearest futures, 1.4830 in the cash pound, and 18018 in the Dow. Gold has crashed, testing the key support again, and the Dow [...]

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Cameron Government Using Rain as Excuse to Close Polls Early

The polls in England are closing early due to rain. But most likely, they were told to close because the vote may be against the government. So this may be yet [...]

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