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Not Just Debt: Government Spending & Easy Money Fuel Greek Crisis

It is not debt as such that is behind the current crisis in Greece. Large government outlays and strong increases in the money supply are being ignored in most analyses of the Greek crisis. Loose fiscal and monetary policies have been instrumental in the generation of various non-productive activities that have been squandering wealth.

Conspiracy Theory: A Greek Default Is Precisely What The ECB Wants

From an economic perspective, Greece shows “internal devaluation,” – which is a very polite way of saying plunging wages, labor costs, and generally benefits, including pensions. Goldman essentially says that it is in the ECB’s & Europe’s, best interest to have a Greek default – and with limited contagion at that – one which finally does impact the EUR lower.

If There Ever Was A Need For Gold - Now is the Time

If investors ever needed physical gold in their portfolios, now is the time. Now is the time to protect even a well-diversified portfolio against the risks inherent in financial assets (equities, debt) and tangible assets (real estate, fine art, etc.) alike. Here are some reasons why.

At The End Of The Road - Greece Prepares For Default, FT Reports

A default would almost certainly lead to the suspension of emergency ECB liquidity assistance for the Greek financial sector, the closure of Greek banks, capital controls & wider economic instability. Unfortunately for Greece, the default threat has been used, abused & denied so many times, nobody cares, or believes it will be used.

How a Default by Greece May Sill Unravel the EU

Greece is actually in the driver’s seat. Historical evidence shows that once a country reaches such a situation it is likely to default within the next 2 years. Quotation: “If you owe the bank thousands, then you have a problem. If you owe the bank millions, then the bank has a problem.” In the current situation, it is the EU that has a problem.

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