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The Greek Nightmare

QUESTION: Marty, With the default of Greece and their exit from the Euro, what is likely to happen to the debt and what rate would you expect the drachma to be [...]

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The Polish Election – Really No Surprise

  Polish President, Bronislaw Komorowski, 62, conceded defeat to conservative challenger Andrzej Duda, 43, shown above voting in the Sunday’s presidential [...]

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Alternative Bonds

I have received a lot of emails about how the gold bugs have now adopted the ECM date for the turn in gold and how governments are planning to roll out alternative [...]

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Jean-Claude Juncker Is Creating a Political EU Commission – Non-Politicians Get Out

Incoming European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, has cleverly created an EU executive that is essentially former politicians only. His intention has [...]

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BREXIT – Bank of England Researching Departing From EU

The Bank of England is studying the implications of a possible British exit from the European Union, as it slipped in an email to the Guardian acknowledging such a [...]

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It’s All Connected – Just Open Your Eyes

COMMENT: Hi Marty, I must say your analysis of the dow for the last six months is simply mind blowing. Everything you said has been accurate. You are right that [...]

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Nyenrode University

Yesterday, I spoke by invitation at the prestigious Dutch Nyenrode Business University, situated on a 13th century estate with its own genuine castle, moat, and [...]

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Abolishing Cash – New Age of Economic Totalitarianism

Europe is moving full speed ahead to eliminate all cash. Instead of reforming and tackling the economic problems, government always seeks to maintain the same [...]

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The Collapse of Socialism – It’s Our Turn up to Bat

The entire idea of Marxism is coming to a real crash and burn. China and Russia experienced that collapse in 1989.95 with the turn in the Economic Confidence [...]

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Poland – Zloty

Poland is legally obliged to switch its currency to the euro under the terms of its 2004 EU entry. Nonetheless, Poland has continually demurred amid the [...]

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