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European Debt Problems Continue to Escalate

With stocks at record highs and the U.S. economy improving, the European debt crisis seems like a distant memory....[While] Europe is no longer the market’s focal point, however, that doesn’t mean the euro zone’s financial problems have gone away.

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European Sovereign Debt Crisis to End in a Catastrophic, Painful, Epic Meltdown! Are You Financially Prepared? (+2K Views)

I have a sinking suspicion - a feeling I just can’t shake - based on multiple fundamental, technical, and timing indicators....[that] the end is near. I’m not talking about some Mayan calendar apocalypse kind of thing....[but] a catastrophic, painful, epic meltdown-type endgame for this European sovereign debt crisis...[[Let me explain why I see that to be the eventual outcome.] Words: 810

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Big Money in Europe Scared for Good Reason – and You Should Be Too – Here’s Why

“The sense that you have in Europe is that the European political union and the European economic union are faced with some real dislocations. That isn’t to say that it necessarily won’t survive, but certainly from the point of view of the private wealth in Europe, the money managers for those families are quite concerned.... and quite frankly, they have good reason to be concerned.... we have the very real possibility of experiencing a psychotic break in the markets, such as we experienced in 2008."

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Big Money in Europe Scared for Good Reason – and You Should Be Too – Here's Why

“The sense that you have in Europe is that the European political union and the European economic union are faced with some real dislocations. That isn’t to say that it necessarily won’t survive, but certainly from the point of view of the private wealth in Europe, the money managers for those families are quite concerned.... and quite frankly, they have good reason to be concerned.... we have the very real possibility of experiencing a psychotic break in the markets, such as we experienced in 2008."

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