Where to Profit If (When) the Euro Falls Apart
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Greece voted to stay in the eurozone and take more austerity rather than leave. But that doesn't resolve the basic issue of no central fiscal authority imposing discipline upon all the members. Greece is still in trouble, as are Spain and Italy, and the voters of Germany will only be willing to bail everyone out for only so long. Unless the eurozone adopts a central fiscal policy, the euro is doomed. Where should you be invested if (or as I believe, "when") that happens?
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