Posts Tagged ‘Greece’

  • The Chink in Greece’s Armor Not What You’d Expect.

    12.09.2017 • FranceComments Off on The Chink in Greece’s Armor Not What You’d Expect.

    After Greece raised another $3 billion in emergency funds, the parisitocracy rejoiced. They ignored the fact that the government is still completely broken... as proven by the Eldorado exodus.

  • The Greek Habit of Robbing Peter to Pay Paul

    26.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on The Greek Habit of Robbing Peter to Pay Paul

    It's not really a success that at a notoriously corrupt country, which is unable to balance its budget and whose debt has not been honored three times in six years can find lenders.

  • Time to Pull the Plug on Greece

    25.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on Time to Pull the Plug on Greece

    The ECB is keeping Greece on life support. But Greece is still indebted in public capacity to the tune of 179% of its GDP and in private capacity to the tune of 137%! And it's not getting any better. Is this the new normal?

  • Why You Should Avoid European Bonds

    13.04.2017 • GermanyComments Off on Why You Should Avoid European Bonds

    Countries like Portugal, Italy, and Greece are heavily indebted, with interest rates rising. But buyer beware, the bonds aren't worth the risk. When the Euro collapses, the price of the bonds already on the market will fall immediately. Only the lucky

  • Letter to the Editor: Kick Greece Out!

    02.03.2017 • Politics and WarComments Off on Letter to the Editor: Kick Greece Out!

    This week, we hear from our readers on the topics of Greece, gold, and inflation. Most of the responses echoed the same message – the only way for Greece and the EU to survive is for them to separate.

  • Greenspan Predicts Euro Powderkeg in Greece or Italy

    23.01.2017 • Politics and WarComments (0)

    For that to happen, we’d need to see a renewed flare up in the “periphery” nations. Not just a financial contagion, but a political one, too. We’d need to see support at the polls for anti-establishment, anti-euro parties.

  • The Strange Greek Plan to Track Your Money

    27.05.2016 • Gold and Natural Resources, Politics and WarComments (0)

    From Capital & Conflict (GREAT BRITAIN)- A strange story from Greece. You’ll be required to use credit or debit cards for transactions larger than €500 in order to qualify for certain tax exemptions, according to a new Greek law scheduled to take