Blast from the Past - Stathis Foresaw Current Problems in the EU

In March 2009, just as the Dow Jones was hitting bottom, Mike Stathis not only advised to begin buying into the stock market, he also discussed his long-term view of the European Union.  ......

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Stathis Predicted Deflation in the EU in 2010

Do you remember back in 2010 and 2011 when every gold-pumping con man and their minions were claiming that commodities would soar?

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Global Economics: European Union Brief Comments

Just released is an 18-minute video presentation discussing some points about the EU.

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Good News in Europe, or a Head Fake?

Recently, Europe reported some upbeat economic numbers, prompting many analysts to take a more optimistic stance on the region. Specifically, the region’s composite PMI was revised to a 35-mon...

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Opening Statement from the December 2012 Intelligent Investor (Part 4)

It has been more than three years since leaders from the G20 gathered in London to discuss solutions to the financial crisis and global recession. This meeting also called on experts to devise ways to...

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February 2012 Global Economics Summary

Just prior to the initial market selloff in 2011, we warned subscribers of the Intelligent Investor of a market correction in the May 2011 issue. We also provided warnings a couple of months earlier p...

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Is Peter Schiff REALLY Still Pimping the Euro?

As time moves forward, while my own forecasts and recommendations continue to serve as a crystal ball, many of those made by Peter Schiff of Europacific Capital continue to form an emba......

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UK Economic Analysis: Housing and Banking Risk

Just released for subscribers of the Intelligent Investor is a 30-minute video presentation discussing the risks of an additional housing market correction, as well as the risks posed to the global fi...

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Italy, France and Japan Economic Analysis

As a reminder, we released an economic analysis of Italy, France, Japan and the US in the October Global Economic Analysis research report.

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Global Economic Analysis: France

As the sovereign debt crisis continues to worsen due in large part to incompetent leadership, more attention is being given to France.

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Global Economic Analysis: Italy

While we have certainly seen commonalities such as high unemployment, reduced output, and fiscal stress, the economic collapse has also forced the leaders of each nation to take a good look at their n...

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The Solution to Greece's Sovereign Debt Crisis

In the very first issue of the Intelligent Investor (June 2009), I discussed problems in Europe that became a reality several months later.

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Results of the Poll: Which Country Has the Largest Percentage of Outstanding Government Debt in the Form of Net Credit Default Swaps?

Portugal, at 5%.  For those of you who never voted, please don't vote now! I've only kept the poll up so you can see the results because I am unable to post the results here in am image right...

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