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  • Being an amateur reader of signs in the sky, I started paying attention to financial news of the European markets, specifically Greece.

    As you know, no one wants to create a panic, so most financial maneuverings are very hush-hush. When things are bad economic experts smile and tell us, "Nothing to worry about. Everything is under control..."

    But I am worried. The news reports only verify what I know in my bones. Something big is about to break.

    The news is NOT rosy, and this is from the happiest group of prognosticators. Greece is teetering on financial default and it could drag Europe's other weakened economies with it. The experts speculate that Greece might withdraw from the EU and renounce the euro. Additionally, Spain just got a bailout but insiders say that they now know that it wasn't enough. The German economy is strong, but the Germans know that even they cannot prop up a cascading system of failing european banks.

    The crash of 2013 will make the housing bubble of 2008 look like a rehearsal.

    A storm is coming...
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