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Saving Europe

There are almost 40 billion euro reasons that Germany wants to replace Merkel. Since the 1992 Maastrich Treaty, the EU was a dream that portended great things – create a trading bloc and a currency. By 2002 the Euro was created with rules that capped GDP deficit spending to 103%. The rules were almost immediately broken and in the same […]

On Today’s Menu: Market Thoughts Straight From the Experts

Juggling the recent debt crisis in Dubai, reports of a growing asset bubble, the latest unemployment data, and last Thursday’s turkey leftovers can present a formidable task for even the most seasoned of investors.  During times like these, why not sit back, loosen up the belt, and digest an admittedly ‘lite’ version of market commentary?  Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist […]